Your Jeep® Wrangler Service Schedule

November 13th, 2021 by

Jeep Wrangler service

If you want your 2021 Jeep® Wrangler to stay in top shape for a long time to come, routine maintenance is key. Fortunately, the expert mechanics here at Woodhouse Chrysler Jeep® Dodge Blair can help you with all of your Jeep Wrangler service needs, so just keep these milestones in mind and get to our service center when needed!

Jeep Wrangler Service Schedule

7,500 miles: This is a good time for an oil change and a tire rotation. These services keep your engine running smoothly and prevent your tires from wearing down unevenly. This is also a good time to:

  • Inspect the battery
  • Inspect the braking system
  • Inspect the exhaust system
  • Check the transmission fluid

Then it’s time for another checkup for your exhaust system at 16,000 miles.

20,000 miles: This is a good time to replace the cabin air filter, which maintains the air quality inside of the cabin. We’ll also check on the transfer case fluid and do a full brake inspection at this service appointment.

40,000 miles: If you’re making the most out of your Jeep SUV’s towing and off-road capabilities, you’ll probably need your front and rear axle fluid changed at this point.

60,000 miles: Your transfer case fluid probably needs to be changed if you go off-road often. We’ll also take a look at your transmission fluid levels.

100,000 miles: Now’s the perfect time to check your belts for damage and wear. We’ll also inspect and replace the PCV valve and spark plugs, if necessary.

Schedule Your Jeep Service Appointment!

There are other times you might need service too, so don’t be afraid to schedule an appointment when you think something’s wrong or you need some new Jeep parts. The mechanics at our Jeep dealership near Omaha are ready to assist you!

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