A Multi-Point Inspection completed by a Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Service Center Technician is essential for preventative maintenance. During a multi-point inspection, your Jeep will be thoroughly inspected, from top to bottom. You will leave knowing that your Ram Truck is ready to be put to work. At Lou Fusz Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, our CJDR repair center is here to help you make sure that your Chrysler is family road-trip ready for the summer. Make sure to check our service offers for multi-point inspection coupons.
The multi-point inspection checks the health and function of your entire vehicle. When you bring your vehicle in for your conventional or full-synthetic oil change, it is the perfect time to also ask for a multi-point inspection to be completed on your Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, or Ram vehicle. Did you know that at Lou Fusz Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Service Center in St. Louis, we service all makes and models? Don't worry if you aren't driving a Jeep, Dodge, Ram, or Chrysler vehicle; we can still help you make sure your car is ready to hit the road. By bringing your vehicle in for regular multi-point inspections, you can catch issues with your brakes, tires, filters, and battery before you run into any costly repairs because you weren't properly maintaining your vehicle. The whole goal is to do preventative maintenance and fix things before they break.
When you bring your Chrysler or Dodge into a Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Service Center in St. Louis for a multi-point inspection, be prepared to leave with a full report of the health of your vehicle. Some of the systems that are checked during your multi-point inspection include:
|At Lou Fusz Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, we recommend that you get a multi-point inspection completed with every oil change. At the minimum, you should get at least one inspection completed each year.|
|If we find an issue with your vehicle during your multi-point inspection, we will contact you to make the appropriate service recommendation for your vehicle.|
|No. The Missouri State Safety Inspection is needed to renew your registration for your vehicle. Although both inspections check a lot of the same systems, the goal is different. A multi-point inspection is a preventative maintenance.|