Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
First problem the shaking, is usuall a u-joint at 70 - 100, it should not be to difficult to find which one as it will be very dry and stiff in one or more of the knuckles or worse very loose as the needle bearings have fallen out but that is unlikely at this point. NOTE most new u-joints out of the factorys do not come with grease zirks so they do not accept grease. Aftermarket replacements do. Second the large amount of fuel ( you own a jeep! ) other than diagnostics to see if there is a large problem a tuneup and driving habits are the most common. Pick up a haynes manual on your 3.7 and change all filters, pvc valve and egr filter, plugs, oil etc. Then disconnect the battery for five minutes and allow the computer to reset itself which may help. Check tire pressure and all the basics. Leave A/C off when you really don't need it.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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