Get Your Battery Checked
Fall is the best time of year to get your Jeeps battery checked and ensure that your terminals and cables are snug and secure. If your battery connections have a lot of corrosion or are dirty, you can disconnect them and clean them with a stiff wire brush. Be sure that when you disconnect the battery that you re-enter the security code on the radio as this may be necessary to disconnect the battery fully. If the battery happens to have a removable cap, be sure to check your water level annually and refill it if needed. Finally, if you tend to park your Jeep outside, you might want to take a look at purchasing a trickle charger so that you keep your battery charged. All Jeep batteries will lose juice over time, so if you need to get your battery replaced, head down to Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM and have it done by our technicians.
Check Those Headlights
The longer you keep your Jeep, the more your headlights will become hazy, which can be magnified even more if you park your Jeep outside. Having cloudy headlights is more than a simple cosmetic problem, as foggy headlights can pose a severe threat to your safety if you drive at night. Having your headlights either cleaned or replaced will help keep you and your family safe. Be sure to head down to Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM and have our highly skilled technicians check out your Jeep’s headlights before the problem worsens.
Get Your Tires Rotated or Replaced
Making sure that your Jeeps tires are properly maintained can help you maximize your mileage. If you find that your tires are running low on tread, you might want to think about getting them replaced. You might want to get all-weather tires for your Jeep as it becomes easier than having separate sets for separate seasons. All-weather tires provide drivers with reliable and well-rounded performance, so your investment won’t be wasted. No matter what tires you want to go with, it would be best if you got them rotated regularly, which can be done right here at Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM.
Get Your Jeep Washed
Fall is the best time of year to get your Jeep washed so that the effects of winter don’t mix with the tree sap and dead bugs of the summer. You might want to take things a step further by not only washing your Jeep with soap and water but also putting some wax on it, too, as it helps your Jeep look nice and shiny. Most waxes typically wear off after a couple of weeks, so if you’re going to put wax on your Jeep, be sure to do it once every three months. Getting your vehicle looking its best is a seasonal duty, so make sure you stick with it! Sticking with a regular washing and waxing regimen will ensure that you have the best-looking Jeep on and off the road.
Change Your Wipers
If your Jeeps windshield wipers are leaving streaks all over your windshield, you may want to replace them or at least give them a thorough cleaning. Your Jeeps windshield wipers tend to degrade very quickly, and you should replace them every six to twelve months. If they start failing in less time, try using some glass cleaner and a paper towel on them. Doing this will allow you to keep your wiper blades functional for a few more weeks or even months before you need to replace them. If you need any help putting on new windshield wipers, be sure to head down to Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM.
Get your Fall Maintenance done at Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM
Before you head out on a long fall road trip, be sure to stop by Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM and have our expert technicians look over your Jeep and get it running like new. Whether you need an oil change, tire rotation, or headlights replaced, we can take care of it at our dealership. You can either head down to Victory Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM or schedule service right here on our website
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