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Q: Sky slider not closing properly

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My sky slider is not closing properly.

A: The sky slider feature not closing properly...

The sky slider feature not closing properly on your Jeep Liberty is actually not an uncommon problem. There is actually a technical service bulletin that informs certified mechanics on the proper fix for this exact problem. In most cases this involves lubricating the tracks that the sky slider rides on. To be 100% certain this is the problem however, it may be time to enlist the assistance of a certified mechanic to come by and have a look at your Jeep to determine if this technical service bulletin applies to what it is experiencing. Whether the sky slider needs to be lubricated or if the problem is more severe, they will be able to identify exactly why your sky slider is not closing properly and assist in making any necessary repairs to so you can use this awesome feature without the fear of it not functioning properly.

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