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At Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Waukee, we perform all your certified services and repairs for your year model of Jeep Wrangler. We offer easy online scheduling for your convenience. We offer an extensive amount of Jeep Wrangler service in Waukee.
We offer Jeep Wrangler oil change service and carry all types of oil, including conventional, semi-synthetic, fully-synthetic, and diesel oil to suit all of your needs. Jeep recommends changing your oil every 7,500 miles to keep all of your moving parts and components in your engine operating smoothly for a longer life of your vehicle.
Whether you need new tires from wear or having an issue with a tire, we are here for you, and we carry a huge inventory in stock of tires for your Wrangler. If your ride isn’t as smooth as it should be, we can inspect your tires for odd wear patterns, bulges or bubbles, or for a puncture. In many cases, a simple puncture on a tire will cause a slow leak and we can repair this for you quickly and send you on your way. We can quickly take care of your tire sales and services in Waukee.
We offer transmission inspection, fluid exchange, and transmission replacement services by our professional technicians. If your Jeep seems to be slipping, or if your transmission is leaking fluid or has an unusual odor, you will likely need transmission inspection and service. It is often only to repair a leak or change your transmission fluid to have your vehicle operating smoothly again in no time.
Properly working brakes are one of your vehicle’s most important safety features. If your brakes aren’t working as they should you could easily get into an accident, which you would be at fault for. In addition to needing Jeep repairs, you and your passengers can be seriously injured. It’s important to have your entire brake system evaluated about every 20,000 miles to ensure your safety with Jeep Wrangler services.
If you notice any signs of a failing battery, such as dimming lights or slow electronics, slow starting or not starting at all, your battery may be at fault. If so, our factory certified technicians can inspect and test your battery to determine how well it can receive a charge and maintain a charge. If your battery appears to be okay, we can find out why your charging system isn’t working properly and repair any faulty item. At times other components may fail and it will mimic the signs of battery failure. We also carry a full line of new Mopar battery models if your current one is at the end of its useful life.