Question about Jeep Liberty
Idle controller will need cleaning, you will need to remove it and clean it out it sits on the intake under the intake pipe has some wire going into it, remove the unit and clean out with some carb cleaner spray it in side and cover the opening with your hand and shake it around so the cleaner gets every were do this a few times and then tip out the gunk before refitting also clean the inside top of the intake using carb cleaner and a cloth. when dry spray some wd40 in the idle controller drip it out and re fit the unit. should be fine after this cleaning is done.
Posted on May 09, 2014
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