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mal fonction,,and intermitent
initially they told me the oxygen sensors were bad replaced all four ran well for about 10miles check engine light came back on an runs extremely rough at a idole an check engine light blinks but when take to have codes read they tell me there are no codes but runs like a big peice
After a 40 mile trip. Never felt such heat as I exited the passenger side. Hood was not hot, no warning lights on. Never experienced that before. Outside temp was high 80's. Pulled into an open air covered parking garage.
We bought it that way and its summer now, but its just hanging there. I was told at the dealer that I would have to have it glued in with special glue at an autoglass place at a cost of about $50. Unless the glue has gold in it, I don't want to pay that. Can I do it myself. I can even solder it if needed.
When it starts up, white smoke comes from under the hood. Not exactly sure where from. My friend said maybe something to do with the coolant or bad head gasket? Is it an easy fix? If so how much?
Last week, my car had huge groaning sound and the workshop told me to continue drive the car until the replacement part arrive (estimated arrival date for parts was 1 week). This morning my car could not start at all and the workshop told me that the battery is completely flat and need replacement. There was no indication of low battery whatsoever throughout the material time. The question is whether a defective water pump can affect the battery, causing battery to fail?
So it overheated and I turned it off. Waited about 30 mins and turned it back on. The engine started to turn on and then died. I tried once more same result. I've already changed the radiator, and the fan and this alleviated the problem for quite some time until today. Any ideas?
110K miles. Electric and mechanical Fan both turn on as the temperature increases, replaced Thermostat, water pump, and cap to the overflow reservoir. Still over heating
Driver, front passenger, two back passenger windows regulators keep breaking. I bought this jeep in 2011. I have already had to replace every regulator and am on a second round of them breaking and being replaced.
I cannot afford this. $160 plus for the regulator and then labor for someone to replace it for me. I do not appreciate being up town, alone, and my window drops and cannot be put up. I do not even use the back windows. They just drop as the regulator breaks for no reason at all!!
This is dangerous!! Anyone can jump into my vehicle, kidnap me and drive off with me in my own vehicle! Anyone can hide inside of my vehicle. Anyone can steal my vehicle with great ease!
This is expensive as it appears this will take place, for every single window, every two years or less. I just replaced one, less than six months ago, and it has already broken - I have not rolled the window down even one time - it just broke and the window drops. It has torn a strip out of my window tint - which I will not even bother to replace the window tint because this is going to be going on regularly.
After I made the purchase on the vehicle, drove it off the lot, got home, the window fell. I went back to where I purchased it and the dealers said - oh yeah, this is a common issue with the Jeep Liberty. What an ass!! I would not have purchased this vehicle if I had known this. I purchased the vehicle in 2011, with 76k miles. I now have 91k miles on it, 2015.