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When Should I Replace My Brake Pads?

Some brake pads last up to 70,000 miles, while others only last until 25,000 miles. The recommended interval of brake pad replacements is somewhere 25,000 to 50,000 miles. The replacement interval depends on how you drive and how often and how hard you use your brakes. If it's been a few years since you installed new brake pads, schedule a brake inspection at Prime Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Saco, ME. We have a state-of-the-art service center and factory-trained mechanics who will inspect and replace the brake pads on your car, SUV, or pickup truck…

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How Much Air Pressure Should I Put in My Tires?

Having the correct air pressure in your tires is essential. Having proper tire air pressure will enhance your tires' life, improve overall safety, and improve fuel efficiency. We are always here to help Saco drivers with their tire air pressure questions.

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When Do I Need My Tires Replaced?

Are you thinking about scheduling a tire replacement near Portland? When it comes to replacing the tires on your Chrysler Pacifica or Jeep Wrangler, there are some factors you should consider. These include your driving habits, weather conditions around Dayton, and how well you maintain your tires. If you have questions about getting a tire replacement or want to buy new tires, you can contact our team of service professionals today.

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How Often Should I Replace My Air Filter?

Is it time to replace the air filter in your Chrysler Pacifica or Ram 1500? The air filter is a key part of your vehicle and should never be ignored. Air filters stop impurities from entering the engine and provide clean, fresh airflow. At our Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram service center in Saco, we suggest changing your air filter at least once every 15,000- 30,000 miles.

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How Often Do I Need a Tire Rotation?

We're here to assist you with tire rotations in Saco. Many Portland drivers ask us, "How often do I need a tire rotation?" At Prime Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we recommend getting a tire rotation at least once every six months. We want to ensure your tires are in excellent condition for your travels around Dayton and beyond.

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How Often Do I Need My Brakes Checked?

Don't take chances when it comes to brake performance. A good time to have the brakes on your Jeep Wrangler or Dodge Journey checked is when you come to our service department for routine maintenance. Our service team recommends getting a brake inspection when you bring your car, truck, or SUV in for tire rotation, which is about every six months.

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When Should I Replace My Car Battery?

At our Saco service department, we are proud to provide battery replacements for drivers throughout Old Orchard Beach. Typically, your Jeep Grand Cherokee or Ram 1500 will need a new battery every 3 to 4 years, but these numbers can vary. At the 3-year mark, you should keep an eye on your vehicle's performance and reach out to our service center if there are any issues.

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Prime Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is Now Offering Contact-Free Delivery

Despite the Coronavirus, the staff at Prime Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is serving car shoppers and owners in Saco or near Old Orchard Beach, Portland, and Dayton. Whether your plan is buying a new Jeep Grand Cherokee or servicing your Ram 1500, we'll make it easier with free pickup and delivery. You can practice safe social distancing at your home while one of our staff members picks up your vehicle for service or delivers your test drive or newly-purchased Chrysler Pacifica.

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How Often Should I Get My Fluids Checked?

A great way to keep up with your Chrysler, Dodge Jeep, or Ram is to get regular fluid changes. Changing your fluids is an inexpensive way to prevent any engine wear or any major repairs that may occur. Aside from motor oil, there are many other fluids that your car needs to perform at its best.

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