Re: Questions re: 30,000 miles Maintenance
Originally Posted by gc4x4
I would do what the owners manual states like plugs,air filter,etc plus change the fluid in the transmission, transfer case and both axles while your at it since they are the original fluids from when it was new. If you do your own work you need to document everything you do because if you have the lifetime power-train warranty then you can show the service people at inspection time if they want evidence of service since it wasn't done at the dealership.
Agreed. IMO you should do all you can to keep that jeep running good I would def do diff and tcase. Along with trans. My last jeep I bought at 520,000 after I changed all those it felt like a whole new Jeep! Like the saying "take care of your car it will take care of you!"
OH yea and I also did Splugs
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L, 4x4
Done: Tow Hooks, Amsoil Severe Gear 75w-140, Amsoil Air Filter, Amsoil 0w-20, Amsoil T-Case, NGK V-Power, Skid Plate Front and Front Engine, Front Hitch, Hypergrounding, Shorty Antenna, 2" Old Man Emu Lift, Nitto Terra Graplers, Rola Rack
Need to be Done:Magnaflow Muffler, Fuel & Tcase Skid Plate,
The Electronics:Escort 9500ix, 400 Watt Inverter, Rockford Fosgate P2, Viper 5901, CB Radio, DB Drive 6.5, SuperChips, Rigid Dually Flood (Front), Rigid Dually Diffused (Backup)
Future Electronics: Mopar/Kicker 6x9 and dash, Scanner