Jeep Wrangler Maintenance Schedule
|Engine oil||As indicated by Oil Change Indicator system; never more than 10,000 miles or 350 hours run time|
|Tires||Rotate at every oil change, or at first sign of uneven wear|
|Engine air cleaner filter||Replace every 50,000 miles|
|Cabin Air filter||Replace every 20,000 miles|
|Coolant||Flush and replace every 10 years or 150,000 miles|
|Spark plugs||Replace at 100,000 miles, then every 50,000 miles|
|Brake linings||Inspect every 20,000 miles|
The Jeep Wrangler is the most capable SUV to ever hit the road or trail. As such, we know that you count on your Wrangler to deliver on powerful performance on all sorts of terrain and in all sorts of weather. To rely on your Wrangler, whether you’re on daily commute or a hardcore adventure, it’s important to stay on top of Jeep’s recommended service schedule. By keeping up with routine maintenance, you can help to ensure that your Wrangler is in top shape to deliver on the capability you count on.
Of course, these numbers can vary if you frequently off-road in the sand and mud, so don’t hesitate to talk with our team to form a custom schedule for your needs and driving habits. When you’re due for service, simply schedule a service appointment with our Long Beach area Jeep service professionals. We’re here to help keep your Jeep running right!