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As a beginner, do I really need a mechanic to maintenance front and rear differentials on a 2005 Jeep Liberty?

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Not if you have the abililty to remove the fluid and put new fluid back in. That is all they do for the maintainance.

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tires: check to see all the tires are balanced and at the proper pressure

differential: if you are hearing a grinding sound and there is oil dripping from the rear or front differentials you should et them reaired

shocks/struts: push down on the bumpers if you are able to bottom out the susspension then you need to replace the shocks/struts

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  • It's just some bolts holding the cover plate to the front pumpkin (differential). 10 maybe. You will need a cover plate gasket if you pull the cover plate. You can drain and fill it if you want and it will be fine. Being a mechanic I always like to pull the cover plate and spray the spider gears with some brake clean first then put the cover plate on and fill it up. Get's them gears squeaky clean. But a simple drain and fill is sufficient.

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I am having a noise that appears to be coming from the rear of my '05 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4. The noise kind of builds up to a certain level, then backs off and in a few seconds begins to build back up...


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Just wondering is the drive shaft is located in or around the differential- my jeep was smoking with a foul odor coming from underneath the vehicle and I was told by 2 mechanics that I need to replace the...


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