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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2022-05-12T21:59:23+00:00

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Mileage
193,114
Service Date
4/28/2022
Services Performed
  • Inspected and Found – We found the seat frame, underneath the cushion, is starting to crack in the front left area. We were able to temporarily fix the seat wobble, but a new seat is needed to permanently fix this issue.
 
Scott C. gave our service a 5 star review on 5/10/2022
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2022-05-12T21:59:23+00:00

2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2022-02-05T23:00:39+00:00

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Mileage
172,012
Service Date
1/25/2022
Services Performed
  • Lube, Oil, Filter
  • Inspected & Found – The transmission, transfer case, and rear differential fluids are all starting to get dark and should be serviced. The coolant was low but we topped it off. This is due to the radiator leaking. The rear differential fluid was also low due to a leaking pinion seal. All of the other vehicle fluids are full and in good condition. The vehicle may be due for a tune up based on mileage, depending when it was last serviced. The serpentine belt and coolant hoses are in good condition. Front brakes are at about 80%. Rear brakes are at about 50%. The Driver Information Center says Service 4WD. The Maintenance Indicator Lamp is on due to an engine oil pressure code. There is a creaking noise coming from a ball joint on the left front. Recommend replacing at least 3 tires.
 
Debbie P. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/3/2022
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2022-02-05T23:00:39+00:00

2008 Jeep Wrangler

2022-01-27T23:00:57+00:00

Jeep Wrangler

Mileage
150,950
Service Date
1/11/2022
Services Performed
  • Inspected and Found – The coolant was low. We found loose hose clamps on both ends of both upper and lower radiator hoses. We were able to tighten all 4 hose clamps and stop the leaks. We topped it off with coolant. Now the heater works well and the engine reaches full operational temp. It took 1.5 gallons of 50/50 mixed Mopar 5 yr extended life coolant.
  • Inspected & Found – The transmission and power steering fluids are starting to get dark. The coolant was low. We topped it off. The front crankshaft seal is leaking. The harmonic balancer rubber is swelling. Recommend replacing the balancer and seal. All of the other vehicle fluids are full and in good condition. All of the tune up items, belts, and coolant hoses are in good condition. Front and rear brakes are all at about 20%. The TPMS light is on. All of the tire pressures are good. The A/C compressor is covered in dye. The compressor is likely leaking and will need to be replaced.
 
Tom D. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/25/2022
2008 Jeep Wrangler 2022-01-27T23:00:57+00:00