Jeep Maintenance Schedule for Daytona Drivers
Jeep MaintenanceSchedule for Daytona Drivers
At Daytona Dodge, we have car care down to a science, and that means cutting out the guesswork when it comes time to service your car
. With our detailed Jeep Maintenance Schedule, you can know when it’s time to do what, from the everyday to the once-every-150,000-miles:
- Once-a-Month Maintenance: Fluids, exterior bulbs, and tire pressure.
- At Oil Change Intervals: Oil and filter change, rotate tires, and brake inspection.
- Every 20,000 Miles: Inspect front suspension, air conditioning, and brake linings.
You’ll find a full Jeep Maintenance Schedule below, and our service coupons make it even more affordable to keep your vehicle in top shape with regular car care. Maintenance intervals and service will vary based on model and year, so always check your owner’s manual for the full details.
|Once a Month and Before Long Trips
- Check fluid levels, including
- Brake Fluid
- Windshield Washer Fluid
- Power Steering Fluid
- Check tire pressure and inspect tires for uneven wear or damage.
- Check your spare tire and ensure you have the tools to change it.
- Check your exterior lights, including headlamps, brake lights, backup lights, and turn signals.
|Oil Change Intervals (3,500+ Miles)
|Oil changes are some of the most important regular maintenance services, but that’s partially because they remind you to check other things too.
- Change your oil and oil filter
- Rotate your tires. Remember to rotate at the first sign of uneven wear, even if it’s before you are due for an oil change.
- Inspect battery, clean and tighten its terminals if necessary.
- Inspect brakes (pads/rotors or shoes/drums) as well as your brake lines and parking brakes.
- Inspect cooling system protection and hoses
- Inspect exhaust system
|Every 20,000 Miles
|Not just at 20,000 miles but every 20,000 miles, be sure to hit all of these items on the checklist:
- Inspect CV Joints
- Inspect front suspension, boot seals, tie rod ends
- Inspect brake linings and parking brake
- Inspect AC and replace filter
- Inspect engine air filter, replace if necessary
|At 100,000 miles, you should remember to perform all of the 20,000-mile maintenance items as well as the following:
- Replace spark plugs
- Inspect and replace any power electronics
- Inspect and replace PCV valve
|Jeep SUVs are built to last both on- and off-road, but when you hit that 150,000-mile mark, you should be sure to take care of some special maintenance:
- Inspect front accessory drive belt, replace if necessary
- Inspect tensioner, replace if necessary
- Inspect idler pulley, replace if necessary