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Jeep Liberty speed sensor

Thanks, but I gotta be dumb....it is a 4x4, but I don't know what the transfer case looks like in order to find the speed sensor. This is simple to change out right?

One more thing, this vehicle has started stalling out...mainly when you slow down to take corners. Anything? Related?

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  • bobmason Aug 07, 2008

    Thanks, that should help...appreciate the time.

  • Jeeprcreeprs Nov 30, 2008

    My 2002 Jeep liberty runs fine until I reach 50mph and then I get a vibration until I reach 65 mph then it smooths out until I reach 70 mph then the vibration starts back in! Any ideas?

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The transfer case will be bolted to the back of the transmission. It will be rather large compared to the back of the transmission, and look like a big oval, and two driveshafts will be coming out of it. It will be made out of die cast aluminum.

The stalling out may be related, but I doubt it, there are many possible things this could be. One could be a bad fuel filter, which would be my first guess/replacement, another could be trash in the fuel tank. The final/worst possibility would be problems in the transmission, either a bad torque converter or a sensor going out.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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