The Jeep Wrangler was made for adventurous, off-road driving here in the Mount Pocono and Tobyhanna areas and beyond. However, after thousands of miles, that adventure may start to take its toll.

To keep their Wranglers running strong for years and years, Scranton, Stroudsburg, and East Stroudsburg area drivers need to heed the Jeep Wrangler maintenance schedule. 

The Ray Price Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram team is going to go over it with you now.

Follow the Jeep Wrangler Maintenance schedule 

Oil Change

(every)

7,500 Miles

Tire Rotation & Balance

(every)

7,500 Miles

Brake Inspection

(every)

20,000 Miles

Replace A/C Filter

(every)

20,000 Miles

Front & Rear Axle Fluid Change

(every)

40,000 Miles

Transfer Case Fluid Change

(every)

60,000 Miles

Inspect Belts & PCV Valve

(every)

100,000 Miles

Jeep Wrangler Oil Change Interval

Oil Changes in StroudsburgOne of the biggest conveniences of the Jeep Wrangler is that it comes with an oil change indicator system to let you know whenever standard maintenance is due. 

Depending on how hard you drive your vehicle, this should only be 7,500 miles or so.

Of course, this is the appointment where you'll want to change your engine oil as well as its filter. During this time, you should have your tires rotated and re-balanced, too. This will ensure they wear evenly, and that you get as many years out of them as possible.

Additional Oil Change Interval Maintenance

Changing your oil is the key thing to take care of when this light turns on. However, there are several other small items on the Jeep Wrangler Maintenance Schedule that Jeep recommends you look at in addition to that.

  1. Inspect the battery and clean or tighten any loose terminals
  2. Inspect the entirety of your jeep brake system
  3. Make sure that door latches are properly greased
  4. Take a look at the engine air cleaner to ensure it's not dirty
  5. Inspect the exhaust system
  6. Check the engine cooling system protection and hoses
  7. Check the transmission fluid

Every 20,000 Miles

Checking Your Vehicle's BrakesIn addition to the service above, you should complete the following items at 20,000 miles.

  • Replace your air conditioning and cabin air filter
  • Check on the transfer case fluid
  • Inspect the CV and Universal joints
  • Make sure the front suspension and tie rod ends are in good condition
  • Inspect the brake linings and parking brake
  • Check the front and rear axle fluid

Every 40,000 Miles

If you've been using your Wrangler for towing or off-roading, it's almost certain that the front and rear axle fluid will need to be changed or topped off at this point.

In addition to that, the air conditioning and cabin air filter is likely dusty and due for a change.                                                                                                                                

Every 60,000 Miles

Replacing Transmission FluidAt this point, it's also important that you change your transfer case fluid. This is especially important if you tow or go off-road often. Manual and automatic transmission fluids will need to be changed, as well.

Every 100,000 Miles

If you haven't already, be sure to start checking the belts in your Wrangler. Some may have slipped or worn down so much that they should be replaced at this point.

Outside of that, all you need to worry about is inspecting and replacing your PCV valve if necessary.

Schedule Jeep Wrangler Service Today

At Ray Price Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we're proud to provide Jeep Wrangler service for the Scranton, Tobyhanna, Mount Pocono areas, and beyond!

If a light has come on indicating service is due, Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg area drivers can contact us to get their Wrangler in the shop. Schedule your next service appointment today!

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Ray Price Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

2969 Route 940 Suite C
Directions Mt Pocono, PA 18344

  • Sales: (570) 260-1101
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