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More than likely the key has a computer chip in it, or the ignition switch could be bad. Try the hidden key to see if it works! If not, you may need to have the code matched to the ignition by a dealership, or locksmith!!
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
2004 Jeep Liberty 4WD 3.7L MFI SOHC 6cyl
Starteer - Removal & Installation
2.4L & 3.7L Engines
Fig. Starter mounting: 2.4L engine
Fig. The starter position for the 3.7L engine
Also can review the Service Repair Manual for Jeep KJ Liberty
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Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Most commonly it is the key is worn out. If you have a spare key or your current one is not too badly worn, have a copy of it made and try it in the switch. You will have to have the copy key "coded" so it will disable the anti-theft system in order for the engine to start. If the new key doesn't fix your problem, you will have to replace the tumbler assembly.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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