We have lots of love for Jeeps at Independent Motors. In fact, some of our most loyal customers are Jeep owners that wouldn’t dream of bringing their vehicles anywhere else for their Jeep Repair in Boulder, CO! Our first Jeep Master Technician came onboard in 2009, and we hired another in 2010. In addition, our General Manager describes himself as a Jeep fanatic who also owns drives a Jeep. Repairs and maintenance are performed for all Jeep models including the Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Patriot, Liberty, Commander, Compass, Grand Wagoneer, CJ and Jeep Comanche.
Our own personal interest in Jeeps, plus our vast experience with them, means we can diagnose any trouble your Jeep might have. And we know how to save you money over the life of your vehicle by finding just the Jeep parts you need, whether those are factory OEM replacements or aftermarket alternatives.
All told, we have more than 225 years of collective Jeep repair experience, plus an arsenal of diagnostic tools to make sure your Jeep performs safely and reliably.
What’s the Most Common Jeep Repair?
All makes and models have their own personalities and quirks, strengths and weaknesses. Considering the weather Jeeps may have to contend with in addition to Boulder, CO’s rugged terrain we thought it would be useful to mention some of the most common Jeep repairs we see at Independent Motors.
Jeeps often keep running even when there are issues with them. We’ve heard many owners say, “I can’t believe it needs that much work, I haven’t done anything in years!” Jeep repairs are often needed to their:
- Suspension components including track bars, drag links, ball joints and tie rod ends
- Cooling components including water pumps and radiators
- Axle shaft U-joints
If your Jeep is having these troubles, or others, our deep bench of Jeep repair technicians will know what to do about it. After Jeep repairs are performed the chances are good that your Jeep will continue to serve you well for many more miles.