Question about 2008 Jeep Commander
Yes, this service is recommend but not required. carbon and other particales build up in your fuel system from old gas, dirty gas, etc. if your using premium gas this should not have to be done but every 75k miles. if your using reg gas. maybe every 30k to 50k. it's just a gas saving thing, good to do but can wait. the price is high. where i used to manage (american lubefast) we did the same service for 89.99 for both. so check around at other shop's. :-)
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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