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2011 Jeep Patriot

//2011 Jeep Patriot

2011 Jeep Patriot

Jeep Patriot

Mileage
124,500
Service Date
12/28/2023
Services Performed
  • After repairs to all brakes made observed noise from wheel bearing. Raised vehicle on lift and determined LF wheel bearing in early stages of failing. Wheel bearing not loose and not a safety concern at this time.
  • 1. Lubricate and checked chassis. Changed oil and oil filter. Checked all fluid levels and topped off fluids that needed topped. Checked the tire pressure to 32 PSi. 2. Tire tread depth – LF __/32, RF __/32, RR __/32, RL __/32. 3. TIRE ROTATION – Yes / No, If "No" – Then when? 4. Preformed basic safety inspection. Job Completed.
  • BRAKE INSPECTION – Test drive for brake inspection and remove wheels and diagnose the pad life and caliper function. Check and advice.
  • Battery – [Date of Manufacture – 1/22 ], _464_/600__ CCA Coolant – tests to -34'f but cloudy color Tires – all 6/32" from 2020 starting to crack a little Steering Components – all good and tight Suspension – all look ok. subframe
  • Removed and replaced the rear brake pads, rotors and hardware. Cleaned and greased all friction points on the caliper chassis, the guide pins and serviced the calipers pistons. Cleaned the brake rotor mating surface on the hub assembly and applied never seize to prevent rust build up. Secured all bolts and torqued them to spec. Test drove and verified no brake pulsations, grinding, squealing, pulling one way or the other while applying brakes. Job completed.
  • Removed LR caliper to removed seized bolt and pin.
  • Removed and replaced the front brake pads, rotors and hardware. Cleaned and greased all friction points on the caliper chassis, the guide pins and serviced the calipers pistons. Cleaned the brake rotor mating surface on the hub assembly and applied never seize to prevent rust build up. Secured all bolts and torqued them to spec. Test drove and verified no brake pulsations, grinding, squealing, pulling one way or the other while applying brakes. Job completed.
  • BRAKE SYSTEM FLUSH – Flush the old brake fluid and fill it with new fluid and bleed the system for air.
  • Coolant flush complete
  • Complete
  • Chris @ Ohio Autopmotive had the WHeel Bearing Pressed.
 
Mabel M. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/28/2023
2023-12-29T23:02:01+00:00