Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
It all depends on your motor. If you have an inline 6cyl, a v6, or a v8, you are golden. I am pretty sure you either have a 3.7 in your jeep, or the 4 cyl. If you have the 3.7, your belts will be facing you when you open the hood. The water pump should be about center. If you pull up a pic, or go to an autoparts store, check and see if they have it, and they will show you a picture. You may have to pull the radiator if there isn't enough distance, but if you have the 4cyl, it will be a bear. You will have to pull you wheel off the passenger side, and maybe take a motor mount, and jack the motor back a little to reach. May want to consult a mechanic either way to be sure you know what you're getting into. The only real pains are removing the pulley sometimes. Putting the belt back on, and reinstalling the radiator. Over all, i would say 2 to 3 hours max if all goes well.
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