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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The system needs to be checked for cades. Airbag codes are pulled out
of the ECU with the use of a scanner tool. A good auto mechanic shop
will have this or you can go to the dealer. YOU SHOULD NOT TRY TO
REPAIR THIS YOURSELF,YOU COULD ACTIVATE THE AIRBAG!!!!!
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
IT COULD BE SOLENOID PACK OR THE GOVERNOR AND TRANSDUCER OR LOW FLUID OR THE MOST COMMON REPAIR SPEEDS SENSORS INPUT/OUTPUT. ALL OF THESE CONTROLS THE SHIFTING. START WITH THE SENSORS FIRST, VERY COMMON.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
It is the blower motor resistor. Look under the passanger side dash and locate the fan housing (looks round and black in color. Then locate the resistor it will be in that housing usually withtwo ten millimeter nuts or two simple screws holding it in. unplug the harness to the resistor and remove the resistor. Part store price is approx. 50.00. Note: on aftermarket (not Jeep) resistor sometimes you have to modify the housing a little to get it in. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: Jeep Liberty Clicking Noise
Check the wheel bearings. Run the car and check where the noise is coming from. the wheel bearings make a gravelly, clicking noise if the bearing is bad. Lift the car and move the wheels up and down , to the sides etc. Listen or if the wheel moves , your bearing may be bad.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
The plugs are probably under the coil packs, You will see a series of wiring harnesses with 3 or 4 wires in each connector that plug into a square or rectangular piece that is usually bolted down to the center of the valve cover(s). You have to remove these and the plugs are under them. Be gentle with the harness conectors and take your time as the underhood temps tend to make them brittle
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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