Originally Posted by CLStech
I'm starting to budget for a major dose of recommended and beyond maintenence on my 2014 Jeep SRT that is quickly approachign the 100K mile mark.
Vehicle was purchased in October 2013 and i'm sitting at 90,500 miles as of today! Only major issue was the water pump needed to be replaced around 65K miles.
with that being said i'm compiling a list of items I want done to refresh the vehicle and keep it running well for the next large batch of miles I intend to put on her! Any other suggestions to the below would be greatly appreciated.
- Power Steering Flush
- 4WD Service (Front & Rear Diff T Case)
- Fuel Service
- Tune Up ( spark plugs etc)
- Transmision Case (pan/filter/flush ) *i'm aware this is a lifetime fill but i want it done*
- Brake Fluid Flush
- Coolant Flush
Originally Posted by Philthy
Every jeep I've owned the radiator always like to go around 100-120k and always in the summer. Those plastic radiators don't last forever!
And don't forget new hoses!
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My 2012 has 86k miles.
My 6.4 has had the Transcooler and condenser replaced, they found dried coolant at the seems. this was under maxcare and was close to my cost would have been $2200
Depending you may want to have your parking brake assembly checked and adjusted. or shoes and hardware replaced. mine needed to be replaced when i had my rear brakes replaced again at 70k.
Im not sure you can Flush the ZF8. I think it's just a whole pan assembly drop and refill. Be prepared to get raped on this the pan/filter is 1 piece combo is like $250 then Lifeguard 8 fluid cost
*** PCV valve you can do your self in like under 3 minutes **** Save yourself the money
PCV part# 05038532AA
It litterally untwists and pulls out.
it's a 5.7 but the 6.4 is exactly same steps