Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
In the last month we've had multiple sensor failures on our 2003 Jeep LIberty. So far they have replaced or performed the following services:
Throttle Position Sensor
Cam Shaft Sensor
Multi Function Sensor
Fuel Injection Cleaning
Throttle Bottle Service
What is happening to our Jeep? Will it contiue? How many more sensors are there? Is it time to get a new car? Our 11 year old Saturn is currently more reliable than the Jeep.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jeep cherokee crankshaft sensor
well the crank shaft exciter ring could be damaged or the more likely issues the harness is cut or burnt! follow the wire harness and visual inspect for damage! were did you get the sensor? if it was auto zone i wouldn't trust it i have had bad sensor out of the box and is why i don't use there stuff! napa is the only stuff i use and never have a problem! good luck man and if you have an computer code post it and i will check it out will help me help you better!
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
Hello there, Sounds a bit pricey to me. As far as the fuel injection and throttle body services these are done for maintenance reasons, I am sure it is something you can do when it fits your budget.
Now as far as the cam and crank sensor if there is a problem with one of these sensors you will have a drivablity problem such as hard starting and a lot of times shutting down after the car warms up.
If your not experiencing any driveability problems with your vehicle I would suggest having the computer resset and see if your light comes back on or if they were false codes.
Good luck and I hope this helps you, Allen
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Jeep Liberty Stalls
thats correct, may have bad ecm (computer) or bad wire to crank sensor from ecm, also ive run into this problem and it was the new sensor i put in was no good and aftermarket,also cam sensor can do this, and also make sure the 5 volt feed wire is good,good luck hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Testimonial: "It ended up being the cam sensor. Thanks for the info. Fixed it right up."
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