Maintaining Your Mid Rivers Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Your new Mid Rivers Jeep Grand Cherokee is a regular carry-all that can take your family, haul your boat, and provide comfort for a cross country trip. It's almost the "Swiss Army Knife of Jeeps,"  Available with a variety of motivations ranging from a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, 3.0-liter Diesel, 5.7-liter Hemi, 6.4-liter Hemi and the 6.2-liter Supercharged Hemi, which is one of the most powerful engines (707-HP) in the business. All are extremely reliable in their own right, but it does require proper maintenance as scheduled by its Jeep Grand Cherokee Owner's Manuals. Take advantage of Mopar-approved Oils, Filters and supplies to keep your Jeep Grand Cherokee running for years of reliable service.

Wheel Alignment: Does it seem your Jeep Grand Cherokee wants to go south as you are trying to steer it north? That's a clue that it might need an alignment. Seriously, it will be more subtle than that but you may notice a slight drift left or right while driving straight. Excessive tire wear is just one of the symptoms that will crop up, and be another clue that it's time for a fix. Your Jeep Owner's Manual and your Service Advisor can help get you on an alignment schedule that will have you driving straight and true in no time.

 Rotate those tires: Best when completed at the same time as an alignment, tire rotation moves the tires around to all four corners of your vehicle to make sure they all have a chance to handle the loads from all angles. Done properly, it will make sure you receive the longest possible life from your tires. Best results are possible by consulting your Mid Rivers CDJR service advisor who will rotate and align the tires of your Jeep Grand Cherokee at the same time. Your Grand Cherokee's Owner's Manual will have more information.

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Oil Changes: Oil is the most important fluid in your Mid Rivers Jeep Grand Cherokee. Synthetic or Conventional oil, your Jeep Grand Cherokee deserves the highest quality lubricants possible for miles of reliable transportation. An automatic oil change indicator will alert you that it's time to change the oil and filter to remove the dirt and impurities that managed to enter the system. But if you subject your Grand Cherokee to heavy duty mountain grade driving, you might consider changing oil every 4,000 miles. Your Mid Rivers CDJR Service Advisor will be happy to help you schedule an appointment.  
Transmission Fluid: Your Mid Rivers CDJR Jeep Grand Cherokee has a modern automatic transmission operating as a sealed unit that should never, under normal operations, need a fluid change. There are exceptions to every rule, but your Mid Rivers CDJR service advisor might recommend a transmission fluid change after a weekend of hijinks that may include mud bogging, running along beaches or crossing through streams where the transmission fluid may have become contaminated by running through a body of water. Rare, of course, but the service advisor and your Jeep Grand Cherokee Owner's Manual should be consulted, just in case.
Brake Pads and Rotors: Designed for extreme stopping power, the brake pads and rotors on your new Jeep Grand Cherokee are precision engineered for long life. Drive harder than "normal" (whatever that is) and they will need changing sooner than later. Your mileage may vary. Still, they should be visually inspected by your Mid Rivers service technician during every oil and filter service to gauge life expectancy according to your driving style. Your Mid Rivers Jeep Service Advisor can offer expert advice for the best combination for your new Jeep.

New Wipers: If you own a Jeep, dirty windshields are free of charge. That's because a Jeep owner always takes the road less traveled. It's a great idea to have fresh windshield wipers on hand for your Grand Cherokee. Heat and cold will affect the rubber, causing it to wear down prematurely. The wipers can become hard and brittle and their cleaning ability will be compromised. The Mid Rivers Jeep Parts and Service department stocks Mopar-approved Wiper Blades for just that reason. Pro tip: Worn wipers will tend to leave water spots and streaks on the windshield, or conversely become squeaky and make lots of noise. When you see and hear that, it's time for replacement.

Air Filters: Jeep owners are a different breed. You know who you are! You think nothing of turning left while the road wants you to go right, driving off-road at a moment's notice, for work and for fun. Your Jeep Grand Cherokee's Owner's Manual suggests changing the air filter every 30,000 miles, but your service advisor may suggest more frequent replacements, if necessary. For example, if you like to play in the desert, you will definitely be a candidate for more frequent filter changes. Your Mid Rivers service department will be able to offer you plenty of advice and service for all your Jeep needs.

Topping off the fluids: Don't let your fluid levels drop down to the point they are dangerously low. It always seems to happen right before a major road trip, too, doesn't it? Don't leave anything else to chance. Stop by Mid Rivers Jeep for a fluid top-off before hitting the road. Your service advisor and the entire Mid Rivers CDJR service team is ready to inspect all of your fluids, even between oil changes. Call up for more information today.

Finally: Your Jeep Grand Cherokee Owner's Manual will provide you with plenty of detailed information on safe and efficient operation of your new Jeep Grand Cherokee. The service advisors at Mid Rivers CDJR are ready to keep you and your Jeep Grand Cherokee running like new. Call for an appointment today.


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