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Jeep Car Repair

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2 year Service Warranty
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How Much Do We Charge For Jeep Maintenance?

ServiceEstimateParts CostLabor CostSavingsAverage Dealer Price
Engine air filter for asd$25.89$20.89$5.008%$28.14
Replace battery for asd$200.28$190.28$10.0015%$235.62

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Manuel

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I have all the skills and the tools for mobile repair jobs. Quality and customer service are my biggest assets.

  • 8 years of experience

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  • Passed FixMyCar's rigorous test


by Adam, DFW

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  • Car

    2014 Hyundai Elantra

  • Amount Paid

    $359.37

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FAQs

Jeeps are unique that often need a special approach when it comes to repairing them. At fixmycar.io, we have all the answers to your Jeep questions. Consult with one of our ASE-certified mobile mechanics today.

One of the most common problems Jeep owners face is transmission problems. This can be from many different things, but often it is from people going off-roading or on back trails. Jeep owners also commonly have issues with their brakes, suspensions, and electrical systems.

Jeeps are one of the most versatile vehicles on the road. They can go anywhere and do anything, but with that versatility comes a complexity that can make repairs and modifications a challenge. For those who want to do their own Jeep repair, you should first consult with your owner's manual. If you feel overwhelmed, contact our certified mobile mechanics to come to your locations today!

Regular vehicle maintenance can greatly increase the safety and longevity of a vehicle. A Jeep owner should schedule regular inspections, drive with care, avoid harsh use (off-roading, towing) and monitor the engine oil levels on their Jeep.

While Jeep has a long history of producing trucks, and Jeep owners enjoy tearing up dirt trails in their Jeeps just as much as any other off-road enthusiasts. However, this kind of use takes its toll on the vehicle and can lead to premature wear and tear if not done with heavy-duty suspension systems. It is important for Jeep owners to know how to properly maintain their jeep model if they plan on using them for off-roading or if their rear axles can withstand heavy-duty applications like off-roading or heavy towing.

The Check Engine Light (CEL) indicates that there is a problem with your Jeep vehicle. It is important to get the problem diagnosed and repaired as soon as possible. Driving with the CEL on can cause further damage to your vehicle and void your warranty.

If you have an older Jeep vehicle, it could be safe to drive for a short distance (less than a mile) with the CEL on. However, if you have a newer Jeep vehicle, it is not safe to drive at all with the CEL on.

No, you do not need to take your Jeep vehicle to the dealership for auto repair. In fact, fixmycar.io offers a more convenient and affordable alternative to dealership repair. Our certified mobile mechanics will come to your location to diagnose and fix your Jeep, so you can get back on the road without any hassle.

The most common Jeep Renegade problems are electrical issues, engine problems, and problems with the transmission. These can be caused by a variety of things, such as wear and tear, accidents, or improper maintenance.

At fixmycar.io, we have a team of mobile mechanics who are experts in repairing Jeeps, so if you're experiencing any of these problems, we can help you fix them without having to go to an auto repair shop.

If you own a modern Jeep Wrangler or an older Wrangler, then you know that keeping up with routine maintenance is important for keeping your vehicle running well. One of the most important things you can do for your Jeep is to change the oil regularly.

In order to change your oil, you will need to purchase oil filters and know how to properly drain and dispose of the old oil and filters. If you are unsure of what to do, contact one of our ASE-certified mobile mechanics for help, or they can change the oil for you at the actual appointment.