Jeep Gladiator Rough Idle Causes + Diagnosis

If you own a Jeep Gladiator and it’s idling rough, you may be feeling frustrated. In this article, we’ll look at some of the most common causes of a rough idle in the Gladiator and how to fix the problem.  The most common cause of a rough idle is misfiring. What an Engine Needs to … Read more

Jeep Gladiator CarPlay Not Working: Causes + How to Fix

Do you need help getting Apple CarPlay to work in your Jeep Gladiator? You’re not alone. Many people have experienced an issue with CarPlay connections, which can be frustrating.  The good news is the fix is usually pretty simple. This article covers the most common reasons Apple CarPlay isn’t working in the Jeep Gladiator and … Read more

Jeep Gladiator Bad Fuel Mileage: Causes

If you’re filling your truck up regularly and still getting crummy mileage, there are a few things that could be to blame. In this post, we’ll explore some of the most common reasons your Jeep Gladiator is getting bad gas mileage. Before diving in, it’s important to note whether or not your Gladiator’s check engine … Read more

Jeep Gladiator Metal Shavings in Oil: Causes

If your Jeep Gladiator has metal shavings in the oil, it almost always indicates engine damage, but it’s not always easy to tell what is causing the issue. This article will help you figure out what’s going on with your truck. Metal shavings accompanied by a knocking sound typically indicate your Gladiator has spun a … Read more

Jeep Gladiator RPM Goes Up and Down While Parked: Causes

When your Jeep Gladiator is in Park, its engine RPM level (revolutions per minute) should stay relatively even. If it doesn’t, there’s likely something wrong with your engine. If your truck’s check engine light is on, we’ve provided the most common causes of RPMs going up and down while in Park and the common codes … Read more

Jeep Gladiator: Symptoms of Bad Shocks or Struts

Shocks and struts typically don’t last for the lifetime of a vehicle, If your Jeep Gladiator is experiencing poor handling, excessive wear on tires and suspension components, or a jarring noise, it likely has bad shocks or struts. If your Gladiator is experiencing any steering problems, it’s vital to check your truck out immediately, as … Read more