CRM Mitchell1 2022-12-07T23:01:17+00:002016 Jeep Grand Cherokee CRM Mitchell1 2022-12-07T23:01:17+00:00
- Tested main battery rated 650cca, measured 262cca. Alt charging 14.56 no load, 14.46 loaded. Also tested Aux. battery rated 200cca measured 286cca. Rec replacing main battery.
- BATTERY – Remove & Replace – Main Battery – [Includes: Test.]
Pamela S. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/6/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2022-07-16T22:01:20+00:002006 Jeep Wrangler CRM Mitchell1 2022-07-16T22:01:20+00:00
- We pressure tested the cooling system for two days and finally the top radiator hose began to leak. We then found out that the hose clamp cut the hose. We replaced the upper hose and also had them replace the two lower transmissi0n cooler lines that were leaking.
- RADIATOR HOSE – Remove & Replace – Upper
- Replace the transmission cooler lines.
Mike N. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/15/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2022-02-02T23:03:44+00:002006 Jeep Wrangler CRM Mitchell1 2022-02-02T23:03:44+00:00
- FRONT BRAKES @ __10____MM REMAINING REAR BRAKES @ ___6__MM REMAINING
- Install new front seat riser's as required.
- PCM/PROCESSOR ASSEMBLY – Remove & Replace – PCM -Customer supplied
- Install customers ECM and save old ECM.
- Replace all cooling system hoses as required.
- Perform a battery service as required.
- RADIATOR HOSE – Remove & Replace – Both
- HEATER HOSES/TUBES – Remove & Replace – One – [NOTE: Deduct 0.2 when used in conjunction with Radiator Hose(s) – R&R.]
- HEATER HOSES/TUBES – Remove & Replace – Each Additional – [NOTE: Deduct 0.2 when used in conjunction with Radiator Hose(s) – R&R.]
- THERMOSTAT – Remove & Replace
- We found a broken plastic Tee at the first wall that was causing the problem. We repaired the problem as required and now everything is working as designed.
Mike N. gave our service a 5 star review on 2/1/2022
CRM Mitchell1 2021-11-30T23:00:45+00:002020 Jeep Grand Cherokee CRM Mitchell1 2021-11-30T23:00:45+00:00
- FRONT BRAKES @ __10____MM REMAINING REAR BRAKES @ ____8_MM REMAINING
Maria J. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/29/2021
CRM Mitchell1 2021-04-20T22:01:05+00:002015 Jeep Grand Cherokee CRM Mitchell1 2021-04-20T22:01:05+00:00
- RADIATOR – Remove & Replace – V6,3.6L Eng – [DOES NOT include Air Conditioning System recover, evacuate and recharge. DOES NOT include adjustment of Radar Sensor. Includes: R&I Front Bumper Cover.]
- We pressure tested the cooling system and found the radiator is leaking.
Matt G. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/19/2021
CRM Mitchell1 2021-03-12T23:07:09+00:002006 Jeep Wrangler CRM Mitchell1 2021-03-12T23:07:09+00:00
- DISC ROTOR – Remove & Replace – Front,Both – [Includes: Replace Pads (if necessary).
- DISC ROTOR – Remove & Replace – Rear,Both – [Includes: Replace Pads (if necessary).
- Remove and reinstall four wheels and rear brake drums to inspect brake condition. Inspect entire system for leaks. Lining remaining is: Front (mm 3 ) Rear (mm 4 ) LF:__.830____ RF:__.840____ SP__.894____ LR__.430____RR:__.440____SP___.433____
Brian P. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/11/2021
CRM Mitchell1 2021-01-26T23:02:57+00:002010 Jeep Commander CRM Mitchell1 2021-01-26T23:02:57+00:00
- THERMOSTAT HOUSING – Remove & Replace – V6
- When we received the vehicle we found the water pump is broken and the belt is gone. we also found the lower radiator hose was off of the lower connection to the engine. We recommend a water pump, thermostat housing with thermostat, serpentine belt tensioner's and a new hose clamp on the lower radiator hose. Then start the vehicle and check for any head gasket issue's and advise. POST Repairs, we performed a head gasket testy and it passed at this time. We test drove about 8 miles and did not have any over heating issues. However we do hear some rod knocking type noise that could have been there before.
- When we removed the water pump we found that the impeller had disintegrated. We did the best we could blowing out the debris from the cooling system but we are sure we did not get all of the debris!
Dustin L. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/26/2021
CRM Mitchell1 2020-12-01T23:00:31+00:002006 Jeep Wrangler CRM Mitchell1 2020-12-01T23:00:31+00:00
- We tighten two pin's. One from the front and one from the back. Everything is working correctly at this time. If it will not hold we will have the to the fuse block. We found no power from the PCM to the transmission relay. We found a bad connection at connector #4 at the PCM. We applied dielectric grease and reconnected. It still has codes but the transmission is shifting through all gears. The vehicle still has two codes: PO218-High temp Operation Activated P1604-PCM internal Dual Port RAM Integrity failure.
Mike N. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/30/2020
CRM Mitchell1 2020-11-18T23:03:02+00:002015 Jeep Wrangler CRM Mitchell1 2020-11-18T23:03:02+00:00
- We test drove the vehicle and verified the customers concern. We then scanned the computer and had the following codes; PO730-Incorrect Gear ratio P1731-Incorrect Gear engauged C121A-Steering angle sensor not initialized. We cleared the codes and checked for any shorted or pinched wires and could not find any at this time. In regards to the C121A- code we would need to further diagnose that problem. It could be a faulty clock spring but we would need to confirm that. For the transmission issue we recommend replacing the valve body first and then retest. Customer declined further repairs.
Alexander C. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/17/2020