If you own a Jeep and enjoy off-roading, then make sure your vehicle is prepared, otherwise you may end up with some serious mechanical issues.
“Driving Jeep Wranglers, or any kind of Jeep is fun – especially going off-roading – but one of the things that you have to be aware of is where the air intake is on a lot of these Jeeps,” said Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire owner ST Billingsley.
According to Billingsley, most intake systems are behind the right headlight of the Jeep, and this can be the source of some issues after your trip.
To learn more about the problems you’ll face when off-roading in a Jeep, and how to avoid them, click here.
This article is written by Steve’s Auto Repair & Tire, a locally owned and operated business. It has been in service for 36 years, and is a big supporter of our local community.