Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
It's a 7 year old motor vehicle, that can be properly diagnosed and repaired, not something you spend, as much on a lawyer, as the veh is worth.
Why would you ever go to a dealer, after the warrantee runs out. Just to spend extra money and get upset?
Any good repair shop could solve your issues
Have you been flushing your power steering fluid, every couple years?
Is the steering rack worn out,as a result of no fluid changes?
Suspension parts worn and tight,etc,etc.
Some dealer you got there. Took you long enough to get pissed.
I figured they were usless 47 years ago,when I was 18
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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