Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
What exactly is a manufacturer control
Must be an OBD2 car, p1283 (your reader or autozoned readers)
P0 is USA federal standard codes.
P1 are factory (this car, this makers ) private codes.
what engine, never post , with no engine options,
if you dont kown what you are driving, then do a vin search on line
or post vin, or look under hood of car (USA) look up, see white sticker
there, it does show what engine is in the car.
2.4L or 3.7L engines. or diesel.
my online source, shows no 1283 only 1281,
but no engine stated. if diesel it has its own set of jeep codes, very unique.
first find out what you are driving.
the FSM explaines, the P0, P1 and P2 code reasons.
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