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Whining noise when I hit a certain RPM? Jerks while driving?
The problem sounds like the transmission is not shifting. This can be caused by several possible causes. You will need to have the computer tested for stored codes to see if it points to the transmission or other possible problems....
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My 02 Jeep liberty clicked when I tried to start it for a while. Then this morning, it started went up to 1000rpms idle at 400rpms
Hi Lindsay. Thanks for contacting us today about your Jeep Liberty starting issues. Most of the time when an engine is hard to start it's caused by either a fuel system or ignition system component failure. If the engine starts...
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Loose/Wobbly steering wheel
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Think alternator gone Car wontt start
You have not specified whether the starter motor works or not versus a circumstance where the engine does crank but won't catch and run. I will cover both scenarios for you. Check to see if there are any stored diagnostic...
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I'm looking at a 1995 jeep wrangler on craigslist and it says the engine is vibrating and leaking oil
Oil leaks can generally be addressed, although they do vary in terms of cost, depending on location. The causes of engine vibration are too varied to conclude anything without inspecting the vehicle. If the vibration is due to sticking valves...
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My 2013 jeep wrangler is having a hard time starting every day. Most days will not start. Battery and alternator tested fine.
If your battery is dead overnight then you may have a short in one of the systems or an interior light is on inside the vehicle. You should have the charging system checked on the vehicle to make sure it...
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Intermittent humming/vibrating that correlates with vehicle speed in a 2003 Jeep Liberty.
Hi Joel. Thanks for contacting us today. The first thing I would inspect would be the CV axles, as what you're describing is common with a reduction of lubrication on parts that increase in speed as the vehicle accelerates. See...
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Overheating
Overheating can be caused by a number of things such as low coolant levels, a faulty thermostat, a clogged radiator or a failing coolant fan switch. As you may know the coolant fan switch helps to maintain the proper coolant...
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Just bought a 2013 Jeep Wrangler that has a 5 inch left when I engage it in four-wheel-drive there's a clicking noise. Reading onl
You should have the front driveline checked to see if it is causing the noise due to an extreme angle or it is damaged. If you can get the noise to happen at a low speed then have someone walk...
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Car is shaking
You might be looking at the air conditioner compressor. It has a clutch on it so that the belt can freewheel around it until the electronic controller turns it on. It might turn on and off a couple of times...
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1997 jeep cherokee 4.0 was cranking no start then had difficulty then stopped cranking.
If it is not cranking now, the battery could be dead and/or the starter motor has overheated. Starters draw a lot of current and so run time has to be kept to a minimum. As far as the earlier no...
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I have a 1999 jeep Cherokee XJ that idles fine but when I accelerate it spits and shutters. Any ideas?
Check engine compression and intake vacuum to first rule out possible mechanical problems such as stuck or leaking valves. Among the causes of poor acceleration are clogged fuel injectors and/or inadequate fuel pressure/volume. When an injector is clogged it can...
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My brake lights work when my lights are off but do not work when I turn my lights on. My tail lights work when lights are on.
It sounds like you may have a fault at the brake light switch circuit which controls a number of things in the vehicle. This switch indicates when the brake pedal is pushed and triggers the brake lights to come on....
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Breaks
If your brake pedal is going to the floor and you are not losing any brake fluid from a leak then the problem is inside the master cylinder and will need to be replaced and system bleeding of air after...
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Jeep stalls when driving on bumpy roads
Hi Hunter. Thanks for the question today. A random stalling issue like you've described can be caused by loose electrical connections - but knowing which ones for certain would require an onsite inspection. It's also possible that fuel system obstructions,...
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2010 jeep liberty a/c and heater
Despite your commands (dash versus defrost, etc.), if air is only blowing out of the defrost vents, but not the central dash vents, that means the blower door system is malfunctioning. The cause could be electrical or mechanical in nature....
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Radiator blown vehicle shuts off immediatly
Your vehicle has a coolant level sensor but that sensor does not function as an "interrupt" device. All it does is report if the coolant level is too low. The cause of the shut-down could vary from sensor damage (sometimes...
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I’m buying a new exhaust and it says to remove the resonator is it legal in NC
Hi Collin. Thanks for contacting us tonight. In most states, making alterations to OEM exhaust systems is not permitted, unless similar aftermarket components are installed and do not impact the emissions monitoring system. Unfortunately, we don't have state rules on...
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I changed the alternator and battery but truck is only reading my battery need help what to do
In your application, there is a fusible link between the alternator output and the battery positive terminal. Check for continuity in that leg of the circuit and additionally check for voltage drop in the circuit due to high resistance/poor connections....
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In my 07 Jeep Liberty, the coolant tank is empty. Should I add coolant to the tank or check the level in the radiator?
You'd better just wait until it cools off so that you can look in the radiator. Filling the reservoir will not help in an overheating situation. It may take an hour or two for the engine to cool off enough,...

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