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Jeep Liberty Power Window Motor May Fail Due to Regulator Assembly

 
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Model Years Affected: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012

Average Mileage: 73,172 mi (10,000 mi - 275,000 mi)

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The power window motor commonly fails in the front and rear doors. This may require replacement of the complete window regulator assembly which will include the window motor.

  • Visitor, , 52,000 mi

    window fell in and the motor is not working, called dealer after I got a letter about a 7 year warrenty they said I would need to bring it in and it may be covered or it may not depends on what is wrong so I may need to pay!! so sorry I got this liberty its been nothing but a hassel since I bought it!!! JEEP and Chystler suck!!!

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  • Visitor, , 61,000 mi

    2006 Liberty - window regulator replaced. Estimate $250 but new redesign increased cost to $390 or I could use original replacement part but would need a new window.
    We all know this is a defectice part porblem with jeep and they refuse to acknowledge it. The parts are cheap plastic. Any word on class action suit?? If not, let's get this out in the social network environment so people know that Chrysler is a bad corporate organization with their customers.

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  • Visitor, , 65,000 mi

    CHRYSLER WILL WARRANT WINDOW REGULATORS ON 06 07 JEEPS FOR 7 YEARS FROM NEW VEH PURCHASE DATE WITHOUT REGARD TO MILEAGE CHECK WITH DEALER. HAD MINE DONE FOR FREE

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  • Visitor, , 114,000 mi

    My wife's 2004 Liberty ALREADY has had driver's window regulator replaced, driver's rear window regulator replaced (TWICE!!), AND NOW needs passenger rear window regulator replaced. (Gonna take care of this one myself!) Sure sounds like there should have been a recall to me! A class action suit definitely should have been brought on Chrysler-wonder if you still can now that FIAT owns them...

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  • Visitor, , 96,000 mi

    I have had my Jeep for 2 years & have now had to replace all 4 window regulators! I wish Jeep would issue a recall as this seems to be a major problem. The last 2 regulators stopped working last week & I will have spent over $1,000 replacing them since I've had this car.

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  • Visitor, , 54,500 mi

    Heard a snap on the way home one day. Window immedietly stopped working. Very disapointed with jeep.

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  • back window locked and back rear left door want open and window will not go up

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  • Visitor, , 75,000 mi

    Had to replace rear regulator ass.

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  • Right Rear passenger window doesn't close, back window doesn't lift open automatically, left rear door won't open from inside.

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  •  Rookie

    I bought my 2003 Liberty Sport in 2006 and have had the back, passenger side window regulator assembly replaced 4 times now!!!! I cannot believe Chrysler won't do anything to fix this problem or make it right. Why keep making this piece that breaks every single time out of PLASTIC!!!!!!!!!!! The last time I had this repaired, my mechanic ordered an aftermarket part made of metal so hopefully that window is good to go ! The first time I had this problem fixed, it was about $200 and it goes up a little each time I have it fixed. This last time it was replaced, it was almost $300. Guess I just sit and wait for the others to go bad. At least I've learned to keep duct tape in my car so I have a way of rolling them up after they fall.

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