Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty Sport
Any suggestions of what could be leaking?
is car 4WD?
ok, is this your first car?
is this your first car with A/C? for first time ever using and A/C?
(btw front defrost mode uses A/C functions)
if pure water, its just A/C condesate, 100% normal all cars.
today cars have a wide variaty of new fangled fluids.
in the olden days we had tan, and green'
now its many.
toxic AF (antifreeze) green, pin, yellow, red, orange , etc. now.
Engine oil think goodness is just tan/brown or black
pull dip stick gander at the tip (THAT is your color today)
now the transmission, A./T automatic, it usually is pink, but can be
read or dark red. (if your year has a dip stick on A/t pull it and bingo your color is there)
then there is the leaking, (rare) window washers. (can be any color)
but is soaping to the touch.
last is M/t boxes. manual gear boxes,, and transfer case (4wd)
the they can be , clear to brown. my synthetic is clear but is very viscous, and smells sweat.
Some axles and transmissions have (gear boxes) have hypoid gear lube that is brown and stinks to high heaven.. nasty smell.
But this too can be different today, and be any color, from clear to purple to brown.
last is brake fluid, its always clear, but in large volume or old is amber.
it smells sweet. and sticky.
that is what we have today.
find your cars A/C condensate drip tube under car
and memorize that location, then when it leaks, you know.
on some cars its at passegers toes.
on my jeep its dead center, of car.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a fill plug on the side of the carrier housing on the nose of it, but if the rear end is noisy it is to late, u have damaged the gears or the bearings or both.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 Jeep Liberty rain leak
Sealant alone will not stop a leak where the luggage rack is leaking, if it is the L/R. I am a Pilot and you just cant imagine how water can be driven in past sealant at speed. If you are leaving it to the dealer to correct this leak, good luck. I really believe it is the rack. A window leak is to easy to correct.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
SOURCE: A few days ago I
If you had your transmission rebuilt 6 months ago it should be under warranty take it back and have them recheck it. I don't think transmission fluid would be clear and odorless but i could be wrong as i am not there and it isn't my vehicle and I do not know the history, but if I had paid to have the transmission rebuilt only 6 months ago and I had any questions as to whether this could be an issue with that rebuild I would indeed take the vehicle back and have the mechanic that did the original work recheck and make sure that it is not a problem with the transmission. also have you checked your transmission fluid level to see if it is low to see if it is losing fluid? If so then immediately take it back to the shop or call them to come tow it back and fix the problem, but it sounds like condensation off of the engine, but as I said without being there seeing the issue and knowing the complete history I would be wary to tell you it is specifically one thing or the other. In my experience when I have taken a vehicle to to be repaired and had any further issues within a years time I have always taken it back to the shop to have them verify what the new or continuing issues are.
I hope that this helps you out.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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