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Spring Maintenance for Jeep

Spring Maintenance for Jeep

After winter time, there are certain things you will need to have done on your vehicle in terms of maintenance. Without delay, let us get into what those things are.

Let us start off with oil and filter change. Regular oil and filter change has positive impact on the overall performance of the vehicle. In addition, it will prolong the lifespan of your Jeep’s engine. Do not forget that this is one of the simplest and cheapest services you can do for your Jeep, but also a very important one.

The tires are where your Jeep meets the road. Have a look at the tread – make sure that there is sufficient depth so that the tires are still safe. If they are ok to go a few more rounds, just keep them properly inflated.

After the winter, your car’s battery may have suffered a bit due to the cold weather. Have it inspected. An auto mechanic would be able to determine this and let you know if the battery is still safe for use. You can check if it is properly mounted as well, or have the car mechanic check.

Check the condition of the Jeep’s wiper blades - they could have run their course after the winter; besides, wiper blades have an expiration date, as any other thing.

All of the Jeep’s fluids need to be checked, not just the engine oil. Those include coolant, brake fluid, windshield wiper fluid, transmission fluid, and power steering fluid. Note that they may only need to be topped off, but there is the very real possibility that some of the systems need to be flushed and the fluids replaced altogether.

All of those items on the list will need to be checked out as a sort of spring maintenance measures for your Jeep vehicle. It doesn’t matter if you intend on driving it in the city or off-road. You absolutely have to make sure that it is safe to drive, regardless of its use. Be safe, find the best auto repair shop in your area, and have a great spring!

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