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I have a 2006 Jeep Liberty The back lights come on while the car is off then I come out to a dead battery It takes a while with me turning key to get them to shut off sometimes they go off when I shut a door Any suggestions

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Could be the brake pedal remains too close to the brake light switch under the dash. Many times it is a defective brake switch.

Posted on May 23, 2014

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SOURCE: 2006 Jeep Liberty parking lights on driver's side won't work

Check fuses inside and underhood, as it's not uncommon for them to be on their own fuse(s)

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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2006 liberty new battery alternator works when sets over night battery goes dead put a kill switch on and still goes dead ?


put kill where? at battery post, and is just a switch,
not those dynamic battery drop relays?
if the battery goes dead with the neg. lug pulled the battery is bad.
end of life , battery.
the lug pull never lies.... ever.
if stays ok now this is called battery phantom drain.
(or aka. dark currents)

finding cause takes an ammeter. any,
here is all ways to find a drain.

http://www.fixkick.com/drain/drain.html

Mar 03, 2015 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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Red dot on right of dash. Now Jeep won't start


lost the operators guide,
the red dot on mine, (open book) says SKIM no happy
IMMOBIZER active. but you never posted a photo. so???????

that no click is dead battery.

Jumper cable start car, call AAA tow.
i bet the head lights are dim too., or dead.
the make sure after it starts, that the charge lamp is not stuck on.

Feb 24, 2015 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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What could be the cause for my vehicle NOT to even turn over, but all dash lights & security seem to work?


the dash draws but 100x less thatn the head lights.
so even a near dead battery make weak lamps work
starter needs 100amps
the had lamps 10amps
the days 0.1amps 100x less.

for get the wheels, engines dead ,wheels are last. never first.

why not jumper cable start the car just like all AAA members do.
see? do it.
and the results will solve this fastests.

if car cranks and starts and runs. then the battery was low
if low charge it , if it wont take a charge replace it.
if it does hold a charge and goes dead driving the charges system is failing, if it fails, clean battery terminals first. and at ever 30k miles.
there are many systems on the car,
each must work in there turn.

Aug 28, 2014 | 2006 Jeep Liberty Sport

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What caused my 2010 jeep liberty to go dark and dead?


You may have activated the anti theft device ! You need to use the key fob to lock and unlock the vehicle ! Then try it ! If no luck try You Tube !

Jun 30, 2014 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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My 2006 jeep liberty won't start. Got a new


Your problem if I got you well has more to do with the security system of your car. I suggest that U take it to qualified personel so they reset it for U. The anti-theft remain remains engaged, that's the one U need rectified.

Aug 25, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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We replaced the starter in our 2006 jeep liberty but it still will not start, we checked all of the relays; the lights, dash lights, windows and wipers all work but when we turn the key there is no sound...


Test the battery, just because it can illuminate lights does not mean that it can start the car. To verify this take a volt meter and test the voltage of the battery, you should be getting a voltage of 12.6v, then test the voltage while trying to start the car. you you will want a voltage in the area of 11.0 volts. if it is lower then that you will want to replace the battery.

Jun 12, 2011 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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I have a 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport. There's a slow drain on the battery, no one can seem to fix the problem. I feel it started with getting my 60,000 mile check. The only fix the dealer can come up...


ok you can start by pulling the fuses out one by one and use a multi meter to see how much each one is drawing power it doesn't take allot in my jeep i found the in side console computer was not turning off and was draining my battery dead so i had to run a jumper from ware i pulled that fuse
to a fuse that turns off with the key and that ended the drain on the battery and if you pull them out when its dark you will see a spark with the key is off when you plug the fuse back in and see what
that fuse is.

hope this helps you
good luck
bob

May 06, 2011 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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