When it comes to your car, there are no small jobs. Schedule your Jeep Wrangler repair appointment today, and we’ll take care of your repairs – no matter how big or small they may seem.
If your Jeep Wrangler is in need of some TLC, we’re here to give you (and your car) the top-notch service experience you deserve. We know that high standards of quality and care can make the best auto repair shops stand out from the rest. You can drive easy knowing that Firestone Complete Auto Care has you covered for 1988 Jeep Wrangler repairs, including alignment adjustments, tire repairs, brake service, drivetrain work, and engine fixes. Find more details on each of these services below.
It’s no secret that properly functioning brakes are an integral part of staying safe in your vehicle. Jeep Wrangler brake problems can put you at risk on the road. Pulsing in the brake pedal, increased stopping distance, brake noise, or an illuminated dashboard brake light should all be cause for concern. No matter how reliable your Jeep Wrangler is, it'll need brake repair at one point or another. Over time, parts of your brakes (like the brake pads) experience natural wear and tear and eventually need to be replaced. Driving habits and climate can also affect when you might need brake repair.
Tire repair is another service you don't want to put off. Safe vehicle operation is practically impossible without four well-maintained and reliable tires. We can easily swap out a flat tire on your 1988 Jeep Wrangler, or if the damage isn’t severe, perform a simple patch and plug repair on your Jeep Wrangler tire. Tread-area punctures less than ¼ inch in diameter can often be repaired. If your tire can't be safely repaired, a tire technician can help you find a tire replacement that will keep your car (and your wallet!) happy. To ensure that tire damage doesn’t take a toll on other components of your vehicle, we may recommend an alignment or tire balancing service at the time of your tire repair.
Your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care is a one-stop shop for 1988 Jeep Wrangler drivetrain, engine, and transmission repair services, too. These systems all have hundreds of integrated parts that use friction to create energy and keep your car running. Over time, all those constantly moving components can get worn down. If this happens, you may hear engine knocking noises, feel a delay in transmission shifting, or even smell a burning odor from under your Wrangler’s hood. When something feels off with your vehicle, head to Firestone Complete Auto Care. This could be a simple fix like a new spark plug, or you may need repairs to your fuel pump.
Several factors can affect the cost to repair your 1988 Jeep Wrangler, including the type of repair, the cost of any replacement parts, how much labor the repair will take, and where you live. Tax rates and labor costs in one state may be completely different from another state. They're updated regularly!
You want to find affordable Jeep Wrangler repairs. We get it! We understand, too, that you don’t want just anyone doing repair work on your Jeep. We live by the belief that a tool is only as good as the hands behind it. When you bring your car to Firestone Complete Auto Care, your car is in the capable hands of a trained technician. We have the knowledge and resources to solve common 1988 Jeep Wrangler problems, and every job we do is backed by our Triple Promise: Fixed Right, Priced Right, Right on Time.
You want to take care of your car, but Jeep Wrangler repair costs can add up if you’re not careful. Here are the answers to a few common auto repair questions, plus info to help you avoid big repairs from the very beginning.
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