2011 Jeep Liberty Repair and Maintenance
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2011 Jeep Liberty ProblemsFront/Rear Differential Pinion Seal/Transfer Case Leaks are Common
Leaks at the front and/or rear differential pinion seal and from the transfer case are common. Low fluid level in the differential or transfer case can result in bearing failure. Damaged bearings commonly cause a whine or growl type noise.
An engine misfire at idle (rough idle), accompanied by illumination or flashing of the Check Engine Light, could indicate a problem with one or more of the intake valves. Revised intake valves & valve locks are available to address this concern.
A no crank or no start condition may develop due to electronic lockup of the wireless control module (WCM), also referred to as the Sentry Key Remote Entry Module (SKREEM). When this module fails the remote keyless entry system will also not operate. The WCM is commonly replaced to correct this concern.
2011 Jeep Liberty QuestionsHow do I repair front seats that won't work, doesn't go up or down, I was told at jeep dealership mechanic that I had to replace entire electrical seats at 675.00 is this true ? (1 answer)
Front seats go forward and backwards but will not go up or down. The passenger seat will not move at all.
As you know everyone that owns these jeeps with a sky slider has this problem, the sky slider is a big defect but they won't recall it, so we're all stuck with a sky slider that won't open, and even if you fix it, it will break again. It's very expensive to get fixed just to have ...
Front brake pads have no or very little wear after 110,000 miles. The manufactured notches are still totally visible. the Rear pads were changed at 60,000 miles and need changed soon. What could cause this uneven wear?
2011 Jeep Liberty RecallsActive Head Restraints May Not Function As Expected
Active head restraints are designed to move forward and upward as necessary in the event of a rear end collision. These vehicles are being recalled because an internal fault in the occupant restraint control module could cause the active head restraints not to function as expected, increasing the risk of injury. Dealers will reprogram the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) or replace the occupant restraint control module as necessary to correct this concern.
Some vehicles may have been assembled with a missing or incorrectly installed steering column pivot rivet. This could result in a loss of steering capability, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect the rivet and repair the steering column as required. This recall is expected to begin during June 2011. The Chrysler recall number is L23.