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You make sure to stay on top of your oil changes, keep-up with your filters, remember the last transmission service and even have an idea about where you are in the lifetime of your brakes. So why have let that TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) light stay on so long? What could be causing that vibration you feel when accelerating? Well, more than likely, you need to rotate your tires.
Regular tire rotations help prevent uneven wear that can cause your TPMS light to turn on and vibrations at highway speeds, among other things. By rotating your front tires to the rear of your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram, you are making sure that you’re getting the most out of your tires. Your front tires are under considerably more stressed than your rear tires simply because there is more weight to bare due to the close location to the engine.
The factory trained technicians at Gregg Young Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Plattsmouth will be able to discern if it is time to rotate the tires in an X shape, front to back, bringing tires that were once on your front driver side to your rear passenger side.
Rotating tires at regular intervals help balance out the tread wear your set of tires are sure to endure. By the simple act of regularly rotating your tires, you are reducing tire failure (blowouts), improving traction control, and fuel efficiency while also increasing the lifespan of your tires.
Choose Gregg Young Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Plattsmouth Service Center for all your service needs. While you’re here, check out our Pro Shop Parts Boutique, or stop by our coffee and beverage bar to relax while your vehicle is getting it’s Tire Rotation Service completed.
You’ve come to rely on your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram to get you from point A to point B in a safe and comfortable (sometimes adventurous) way. So what happens when that changes? What happens when you feel the gears start to slip, or when they simply resist shifting? What happens when you experience surging, delayed or inconsistent movement?
All of these are signs that your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram is nearing or past due for its routine Transmission Fluid Exchange Service.