I have a 2220 Jeep Liberty. All these things quit working at once. Seedometer, lights,wipers,power doorlocks, air blows but is not cold. Check engine light came on and it reads speed sensor. Could this cause all these problems. If so ,tellme which sensor is the correct one. I saw 2 that look the same on the Tramsmission, thanks
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The gate light on my 2002 Liberty was on for a long time and I researched on this site about it but ended up just hitting the trip meter button after starting up and that canceled it out. The other day my rear window wiper was not working and my security system had quit working also. Looking at the book in the fuse section I found that the rear window wiper is on it's own fuse, number 17 in my 2002. I took that fuse out and looked at it and it seamed good, no break or burn marks. I replaced the fuse anyway and low and behold the rear window wiper worked, the gate light went out, and the security system was working again. I could not find a fuse for the security system of the gate light.....they are all on the rear wiper fuse. Problem solved, hope this helps you, I found it purely by accident.
Could be but, it could also be the thermostat. Do you have a temp gauge in the car or just a dummy light that flashes. If you have a gauge, where does it sit when the car is warmed up? Doe's it ever go over to the hot side but not quite over heat? If yest then I'd be replacing that, because it's stuck, and it's a whole lot cheaper than having them go back under your dash. If the dealer fixed it before and it hasn't been a year, you may still be under warranty for the repair also.
My 2008 jeep liberty's headlights flickered when I was just driving down the road in the dark and then completely shut off on me. My fog lights are the only lights that work now and my lights continue to blink off and on a couple times and then completely off. Now that this has happened my jeep will continue to lock and unlock itself and also my blowers for heat and cool air will not blow at all...
first check fuses if all good remove back hatch panel find wiper motor remove plug . turn the ignition key to on position turn on rear wiper now test wiper plug for power if no power replace wiper motor