Jeep Wrangler Maintenance
April 30, 2021
In this video, you’ll learn about the Jeep Wrangler maintenance/service intervals and how to save money with routine maintenance.
Your Intentions Matter
First and foremost, the intentions you have with Jeep ownership will determine what kind of Jeep service makes sense for you. For instance, someone just leasing a Wrangler with no intention of long-term ownership may want to just perform the minimum maintenance described in the lease agreement.
Other people may want to hang on to the Jeep long-term. Furthermore, the user type such as hardcore off-roading, or easier offroading like camping, and offroad forestry roads will determine the different maintenance intervals. Either way, here is one example of a good maintenance interval.
6 months or 8,000 KM
At this point, you’ll want to start considering maintenance to keep the engine running in top shape. Your Wrangler will need an oil change (full synthetic), tire rotation, and brake inspection. You’ll want to have these three services done (or do them yourself) every 6 months or 8,000 KM from here on out.
Every 32,000 miles
Another way to save money is to check your cabin filter every 32,000 miles. This is another easy-to-do job that can quickly add up at the dealership.