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Jeep Liberty: The battery died while I was at the gas station. We got it started again from some jumper cables. I got home and when I opened the driver door, it turned off again! Now it won't start.

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Either the battery needs replaced, or the alternator is not charging.

Posted on May 12, 2010

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