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Window regular goes out on 2 different windows with only 50,000 miles.

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Very common problem, i have a customer have 2 go out under 36k miles and fixed under warranty and 1 after warranty. There is a permanent solution, do a web search for jeep liberty window regulator and a repair kit pops up under google advertising, a local shop can install it for you or you can do it yourself

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