Question about 2004 Jeep Liberty
How to fix this? are there any fuses?
Cost to fix this problem in the shop?
Coming from an area where block heaters are pretty much unnecessary, I have seen lots of them but never worked on any. The ones I've seen were just a small version of the heater element in a home water heater. To check them, Just put an ohm meter across the plug. If the circut is open, the element has failed.Cost of replacing OEM depends upon the unit price and shop labor charges per hour.
There are aftermarket heaters available from many different sources, some of which are attached externally, which you may be able to do yourself. I now live in an area which is very cold (-10 today) but, I use a good synthetic oil in my engine, keep my battery fully charged and have never had a starting problem yet!!!
good luck with yours!!!
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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