Jeep Repairs. JeepFixation.com

With four Jeeps in my Jeep fleet, I have personally done plenty of repairs, maintenance, upgrades, and modifications on them. I haven’t rebuilt an engine, transmission, or differential, but I have done pretty much everything else. I don’t mount new tires on rims, nor do I do my own alignments (yes, alignments can be done with tape measures, strings, and/or flashlights on older Jeeps, but I personally prefer computerized ones)—I don’t have or want the equipment in my garage.

While I’m not a professional automotive mechanic, I have well over 10 years of DIY automotive repair and maintenance experience, most of it on Jeeps. Most of these jobs require a basic set of tools and equipment that runs about $300-600—about the cost of one average repair bill.

Here is a listing of the work I have done on my Jeeps:

Suspension and Steering

Brakes

  • Front brakes and calipers
  • Rear brakes drum and disk and wheel cylinders
  • Parking brake lines

Drivetrain

Engine Cooling

  • Radiators and flush
  • Hoses
  • Thermostats
  • Water pumps
  • Fans
  • Belts

Transmission

  • Tranny gaskets and oil
  • Tranny lines
  • Tranny solenoids

Electrical

Interior

  • Head liners
  • Seats
  • Carpet
  • Trim repair or replacement

Exterior

  • Body repair
  • Floor pans
  • Frame plating
  • Locks
  • Lock cylinders

Heat/AC

  • Blower Motor
  • Heater resistor
  • AC recharge

Sensors

  • O2
  • CPS
  • MAP ICV IAC
  • Coolant sensor
  • Oil pressure sensor

Engine

Fuel

  • Fuel pump
  • Gas tank

Miscellaneous Items

  • Headlight switch
  • Wiper pumps
  • Tire repair (punctures)
  • Roof rack
  • Roof light rack
  • Insulating cool-it mats
  • DIY canopy

I am sure I’ve forgotten some things, but I will add them as I remember them.