If you're a driver of the stylish and versatile Jeep Grand Cherokee, you already know that this SUV is designed to tackle any terrain near Douglas, Baxley, Tifton, Jesup, and Waycross, GA. With such exceptional capabilities, you'll want to make sure you are keeping your Jeep in the best shape possible. The key to your vehicle's longevity is routine maintenance.

To give you an inside look at what the Jeep Grand Cherokee maintenance schedule looks like, our team at Walker Jones Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram has put together this helpful guide. When you're finished reading, contact us to schedule your next service!

6,000-Mile Services

Once you've added roughly 6,000 miles to the odometer of your Jeep Grand Cherokee, you're due for just a few routine services. Ensure your engine continues to run in great shape for many miles to come by getting your oil and oil filter replaced. After time, dirt and debris build up inside the oil that can cause potential damage under the hood. During this visit, our team will also take a look at your tire treads and see if your set of tires is ready for its first rotation.

Services at 12,000 Miles

Your 12,000-mile service visit will be somewhat of a repeat as your last. Just like your 6,000-mile check-up, you'll need your oil and filter replaced and your tires inspected and rotated if need be. This time, your Grand Cherokee will also need to have its brake pads checked. Your brakes are one of the most important features in your vehicle. Keeping up with their maintenance helps ensure your safety.

30,000-Mile Routine Maintenance

After 30,000 miles of driving in your Jeep Grand Cherokee, your tires will be pretty worn down. During this visit, we'll take a look at your tires and determine whether it's time for a replacement. This visit also includes various other replacements, including a new cabin air filter and an engine air filter.

At this point, your spark plugs are probably worn down, so you'll need new ones during this visit. Lastly, we will be draining and replacing your differential and transmission fluid as well as your engine fluid and adding fresh fluids.

Once You Hit 90,000 Miles

Hitting 90,000 miles on the odometer of your Jeep Grand Cherokee means you've had tons of adventures in your incredible SUV. However, it also means you're probably experiencing some wear and tear. During this maintenance routine appointment, you're due for quite a few things, including the usual services; oil and filter change, tire inspection and rotation, and more.

This time around, our service team will also take a look at your Jeep's hoses to make sure they are still functioning properly. This includes your engine coolant hose. If they look worn down, we'll replace them with new. Lastly, we'll inspect the CV/universal joints and replace the engine air filter.

Schedule Your Jeep Grand Cherokee Service Appointment Today!

After getting a better idea of what the Jeep Grand Cherokee maintenance schedule looks like, are you due for any services? If so, drivers near Douglas, Baxley, Tifton, Jesup, and Waycross, GA, should call our team at Walker Jones CDJR to schedule your appointment today! For even faster service, you can schedule your appointment online.

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Walker-Jones Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram

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Directions Waycross, GA 31503-0914

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