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Unusual noise I have a problem with my Jeep Liberty ('05 model) making a random, unusual noise/sound. Bascially speaking, I have noticed a "fart"/"burp " type sound coming from my car. The sounds just started last month and there doesn't seem to be a pattern or any consistancy to what brings about the issue. I have heard the sound while breaking, accelerating, turning, idling, etc. The sound seems to be coming from the front of the car, under the hood, but I can't say for certain. The first couple of times I heard the sound I could almost swear I felt something in the car at the same time. As if it were a transmission issue. But that has not always been the case. I'm completely confused and no one can seem to give me a straight answer. This seems to be quite common. See the link below: http://www.topix.net/forum/autos/jeep-liberty/TNTATMCC540GHLHJH

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  • usersteve83 May 11, 2010

    Has anyone left a clown under the seat that is ******* now and again?



    I would check anything that builds pressure ie.. fuel, coolant system ect check for and release valve defects, this really is a strange one, let us know if you resolve this tho,



    Regards

    Steve

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Not really a "solution" but this may move you a step closer to one...Check vacuum operated servo blend motors on the heater box. I would disconnect and plug the vacuum supply line to the dash controls (on the engine side of firewall) and drive it for a while. Obviously, if it's cold out you may not want to do this till summer because heat will not work, but it's worth a try, just to get a location on the problem isolated without taking the entire car apart!!

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