Some car maintenance is easy to keep on schedule — you can just look at the miles on your vehicle to know if it’s time to visit us for Gandrud oil change services. But other tasks can be harder to keep track of, like if your Jeep vehicle needs a visit to our Jeep® service center for a wheel alignment.

Signs You Need a Wheel Alignment

Here are the top three signs that your Jeep SUV needs a wheel alignment.

  1. Your Jeep SUV is pulling to one side. Sure, you might occasionally feel a slight pull in normal circumstances, but a strong and consistent pull to the left or right usually means it’s time for an alignment. Think of it this way: if you have to steer to stay straight, something is off.
  • Shaking or vibrating steering wheel. If you feel a vibration through your steering wheel while you’re driving, or possibly even a shaking sensation, that can mean your wheels have been knocked out of alignment or could indicate another problem, so visit our Gandrud Jeep service center to get it checked out.
  • Unusually fast or uneven tire wear. If you’re getting your tires regularly rotated, they should be wearing relatively evenly. So, keep an eye on your tires — if you notice they are wearing unevenly or seem to be wearing down much too fast, it’s likely another sign that you need a wheel alignment.

Jeep Service in Green Bay, WI

With these tips, you should have a good idea if it’s time to get a wheel alignment for your Jeep Wrangler or Jeep Compass Sport. Green Bay, WI drivers who are still unsure can call our service center at Gandrud Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM to get answers and schedule their next visit.