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My 2009 jeep liberty takes several tries to get it started on cold starts, i have replaced the starter and celonoid.

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Try getting a full tune up done spark plugs and wires ect....

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Jeep just clicks when trying to start


Sounds like your starter is not working,here's a link on how to remove,take to Autozone and they will test for free,takes only a few minutes.To check for power at starter,get meter and it should read 12 volts.

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sounds like lock cylinder is shot
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2003 jeep liberty wont start


Could be the battery, the starter, or a bad connection between the battery and starter.
A mechanic would check for voltage and ground at the starter first.

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My 2005 jeep liberty will not start. Starter is good. What could be the probable cause?


Check the battery for bad connections..take off the cables and clean both the battery posts and the cable connectors and then try...if no start, then see if you can check the battery voltage with a voltmeter...at stand still(engine not running) the battery should read 12.5 volts...if battery is ok, then there is the possibility that the starter solenoid, the starter relay, or (in rare cases) the ignition switch is bad

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Jeep liberty starter sticking in cold weather


Generally I have seen this happen when water gets into the starter and freezes overnight. When you first try to start it, the starter won't work correctly but heat generated while it's stuck will quickly melt the ice and then it works. Only way I know of to eliminate it is to remove the starter and use grease on all the moving parts that connect the solenoid to the starter Bendix drive. Not sure why, but it seems to happen on some starters but not all, even on identical vehicles. I have corrected the problem on many customers cars by greasing but have left mine alone and actually never had a problem other than the initial "being stuck" in the AM. If your starter is very old, you could replace it but that is up to you.

Jan 08, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Liberty

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While trying to start my 2002 jeep liberty limited edition 2wd 3.7l engine I only get a click, after any number of clicks it finally starts.


It sounds like you need a new battery. If it's a 2002, then it's probably on it's second battery already and due for a new one. The clicking is the starter solenoid trying to engage the starter with the flywheel. If the battery can't supply enough "cold cranking amps" or "power", then it makes that clicking noise.

Dec 24, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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My jeep liberty clicks but wont start immediately it takes several turns of the ignition


if it clicks but power is good then the starter should be changed.

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Squeels at start for first two seconds


The squeeling could be from a worn belt or if oil drips on belt overnight. Replace the belt first to see if that fixes it.Good luck.

Dec 30, 2008 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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1996 olds cutlass supreme won't crank


You can jump across the celonoid on the starter. If the engine turns over then your problem is either the celonoid or the starter switch.

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