Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
It's the resistor pack. It's a common Dodge/Jeep issue. This is a circuit board that has a couple of resistors (Stepping down the voltage from your battery to run at the lower speeds. High speed gets full voltage)
Dealership should have the replacement for $20 or less. Get the new one before you take the old one out so that you can see what it looks like, what to look for and how it goes in.
Removal is simple. Unplug the wiring harness from the connector. Remove 2 screws and it'll drop right into your hands.
Installation is just as simple. Hold the new one in place and replace the 2 screws. Plug the wiring harness back in and you'll be good to go!
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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