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Power steering fluid leak

I have a 2004 Jeep Liberty sport with a power steering fluid leak. It does not seem to be coming from the hoses. Any ideas where else I could look?

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    i think it is a hose coming out of the sterring pump

  • Debby Harmon
    Debby Harmon Jan 03, 2014

    I CHECKED THE HOSE IT IS NOT COMING FROM THAT ONE COULD THERE BE ANOTHER HOSE SOMEWHERE ELSE THAT IS THE PROBLEM

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    I have 2004 jeep liberty that has oil leak can u tell me how I can fix it

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    I have 2004 jeep liberty that has oil leak can u tell me how I can fix it

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    My power steering is leaking. It leaks more when i drive. which hose leaks more

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    lines rusted fluid leaked all out need to replace lines and replace fluid and find dipstick

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    1 hose from the power steering needs to be changed. I didn't get around to changing it yet than my coolant leaked out and looks like its leaking fro a hose that's also attached to the power steering system

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    My jeep leaks under the front end when iy sits overnight or while In the parking lot at work.All of the fluid levels are full no sign of loss of fluid.What can it be?

  • Patti Chamberlin-Owen
    Patti Chamberlin-Owen Mar 29, 2014

    That would make sense they ordered a new power steering pump because the check engine light came on showing a loss of power steering pressure.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    trans fluid leaks when when pulling hills or under load leaking from bellhousing oil don't smell burt and seems pretty responsive

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I just had a similar problem with my 2002 Liberty with 130,000 miles and wrestled with it this past weekend. The symptom was red fluid on the garage floor near the very front of the vehicle.

I traced the leak to a power steering hose assembly. The hose assembly is just behind the driver's side headlight and runs from just below the power steering reservoir to the power steering unit. The hose assembly costs around $200. The guy at the Jeep parts counter indicated that he sells a lot of them.

Replacement is somewhat difficult and it is helpful to have both a metric and inch size crows foot wrench sets to unfasten/fasten the hose. Kind of unusual that one end of the hose fits a metric wrench and the other fits an inch-size wrench. There is a bracket that holds the hose in place and it is very difficult to get access to it. Suggest using an articulating 10mm gear wrench to fasten/unfasten the bracket bolts. It also helps to remove the serpentine belt, front grill, battery, battery tray, horn and driver's side headlight assembly to ease access.

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Check the lines to the rack and pinion,,,,cpild have a ruptured line

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Where can you locate the power steering pump and how do you check the fluid level


there are 2 systems, gas and diesel, we can't guess that.
as is there 2 steering systems used above.
the manual is still free, 2004 to NOW
here it is and answers all that.
posted over 300 times now.
100% free, and 100% official jeep book. keep it for next time?

http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/

page 327 says, leave it alone unless it leaks or fails.
is it failing?
it then goes on saying check levels if leaking then fails to show where it is. but , there are not just 1 engine...so....
so open the hood, find the pump, once you find the pump the hose (1) will got to a filler jar. or the pump side has the RES.

KK liberty is its jeep code. 2008 +

here are the FSM book words
The fluid level should be checked with engine off to prevent injury from moving components. CAUTION MOPAR® ATF+4 is to be used in the power steering system. No other power steering or automatic transmission fluid is to be used in the system. Damage may result to the power steering pump and system if any other fluid is used, and do not overfill. NOTE Power steering reservoir does not contain a dipstick. Fluid level indicators are molded into the side of the reservoir WITH REMOTE RESERVOIR. The power steering fluid level can be viewed on the dipstick attached to the filler cap.
Before opening power steering system, wipe the reservoir filler cap free of dirt and debris.
Remove the cap and check the fluid level on its dipstick. When the fluid is at normal ambient temperature, approximately 21°C to 27°C (70°F to 80°F), the fluid level should read between the minimum and maximum on dipstick (GAS) or Reservoir (DIESEL). Only add fluid when the vehicle is cold.
Use only Mopar® ATF+4 . Do not overfill the power steering system.
end.
3.7L? engine. is here.
P= pump and pulley
Res, is filler.

26221505-nwpvijsc251xak4mpmabtmdl-2-0.jpg next time say ,what engine you have,
cars can have many engines, and systems match that.

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Is there a service bulliten for 2005 Jeep Liberty high pressure power steering hoses? From what I'm reading power steering problems is common for these Jeeps, has the manufacture acknowledged this?


Hello! Yes, however it concerns the use of power steering fluid that contains Teflon...The only recommended fluid is Mopar +4 power steering fluid or ATF+4 transmission fluid...If a fluid other than listed above is used power steering assembly can be damaged and requires flushing...

Guru..........saailer

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2004 Jeep Liberty Power Steering Quit Working


I would check for leaks. After the car sits overnight look undernieth the cor on the drivers side. You are most likely going to see a tiny puddle of very thin oil. Check the tubing connections at the pump (mounted to the engine on the drivers side) and the front axel. Be certain to use Mopar power steering fluid when topping off. You may also need to get any air out of the system. Jack up the car so that both wheels are off the ground. With the engine turned off, turn the wheels to left and right lock positions a couple times. Lower the car, top off the fluid if necessary & give it a drive. Hope that works for ya.

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