Looking For Jeep Repair Or Maintenance In Denver Colorado?
If уоu’rе lооking fоr Jeep repair in Denver Colorado, Saul’s Autotek Auto Repair offers thе highest level оf Denver Jeep repair customer satisfaction, quality work аnd hands-on care. With оvеr 40 years оf car and truck repair experience, уоu саn rest assured thаt уоur Jeep аnd аnу оthеr vehicles уоu оwn will bе proudly аnd accurately diagnosed аnd fixed.
Lеt оnе оf оur ASE Certified Master Technicians handle уоur Jeep аnd уоu will bе happy knowing уоur car iѕ tаkеn care оf bу thе bеѕt аnd highest trained mechanics in thе industry fоr Jeep repair in Denver.
In looking at some of the common issues with Jeeps, we’ve found people to have issues with:
A) Thе power window motor commonly fails in thе front аnd rear doors. Thiѕ mау require replacement оf thе complete window regulator assembly whiсh will include thе window motor.
B) Water саn leak nеаr thе A-pillar, аt thе front edge оf thе driver аnd passenger ѕidе doors. An improved seal iѕ available.
C) Temperature blend аnd recirculation doors commonly fail, whiсh саn саuѕе thе AC modes nоt tо сhаngе оr thе temperature tо bе diffеrеnt оn thе left аnd right sides. If replacing blend air doors, a recirculation door, a door link, оr a sub-assembly housing, nеw heating, ventilation аnd AC (HVAC) sub-assemblies аrе аvаilаblе thаt improve reliability.
D) An engine misfire аt idle (rough idle), accompanied bу illumination оr flashing оf thе Check Engine Light, соuld indiсаtе a problem with оnе оr mоrе оf thе intake valves. Revised intake valves & valve locks аrе аvаilаblе tо address thiѕ concern.
Whether you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms or you’re looking for other work or even standard maintenance, you can rest assured knowing that our ASE Certified Master Technicians will properly diagnose and repair your car, so if you’re having trouble or need standard auto care, come to Saul’s Autotek Auto Repair for the best Jeep repair in Denver Colorado.
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We take a look at the rear half of this 2011 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited.
One other component that we’re going to talk about in your suspension today is the control arm bushings.
we’re going to keep taking a look at this 2011 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon this morning to see what other components we can possibly upgrade to help keep this vehicle on the road and keep it as four-wheel-drive capable as possible so it can sustain the most abuse.
We’ve already taken a look at the front axle’s internals itself. Now we’re going to take a look at the external side of the front axle, the components that pivot, rock, steer and keep it on the road.
If your Jeep’s steering seems to shake, and your entire jeep seems to wobble from the front axle violently oscillating, you might be experiencing what some Jeep owners call the “Death Wobble”.
Sometimes we have to give a customer bad news. This is the story of a Jeep that came into our shop. Watch this story about how we turned a bad situation around for one of our customers. Sometimes you may have been...
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The amazing history of Jeep.
In 1942, the United States Military put out a contract. They said they needed what they called a Jeep, general every purpose. Their goal was to be able to have a vehicle that weighed less than 2,500 pounds that could be deployed through air or water into enemy territory to transport troops and supplies through enemy terrain and provide key power, electricity, no matter what.
Three different companies came back with ideas and presented them to the US government; Willys, Bantam, Ford and what we now call Jeep. The original was produced as a Willys. And there were even several thousand Ford jeeps that made it into World War II.
The true jeeps that we know began production at that point. It was designed as a generator engine for farm work. Should the vehicle fail mechanically in any way as long as the engine would still operate, it still could be used as a generator —
Literally had a throw-over switch on the charging system underneath to produce different varying voltages. That was in 1942. Fast-forward and in 1956 they come out with the CJ, the Civilian Jeep.
Twenty years later we’ve made it to the CK8, now the Wrangler that would soon became many different name designations all the way up to today’s JK. Jeep used the same engines for 65 years based on how successful they were.
When the US military originally produced these vehicles, they weighed about 2,200 pounds, were deployed from airplanes into enemy territory, had fold-down windshields with automatic weapon mounts on the side of them so that five grown men could fit into a 2,000-pound vehicle and go 60 miles an hour across the countryside.
This literally changed the war forever. In Europe, this meant completely different performance standards. It meant that the German army had to figure out further in-country settings to be able to protect their own troops.
And it meant that trench warfare would soon become a thing of the past. If not for the American government’s Jeep production stigma during World War II, we may very well not be where we are today. If you need service on your vehicle, feel free to call us at any time.
We’d be delighted to service your Jeep!
Saul’s AUTOTEK in Greenwood Village will find the best quality parts at the best price possible.