The dealership repaired it by replacing the egr valve and associated components. The traditional Jeep seven-slot grille nails the heritage, along with a flat hood and trail-worthy stance. The check engine light illuminated and the vehicle operated at a reduced speed. I have left the heater unplugged, and for now have sealed the leak with a fuel tank epoxy patch. Prior to the incident, the check engine light illuminated and the throttle control light kept flashing and stayed on after the incident. I demand to know what is a safe level of air allowed in the fuel system. ColorFilter selectedColorList, 'exteriorColorFilter', 'exteriorColorName', 'Color', 'colors', null ; colorFilter.
Vehicle has locked me out when I shut doors 4 no apparent reason switch keys in ignition and motor running. I pulled the connector off and found it partially damaged by excess heat at the connector terminal and wet with fuel. The failure mileage was 34,000 and current mileage was 38,792. There's no poser power in driving the Liberty. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer for inspection or repairs.
. I've had it towed 4 this. He jammed on the braes because he was approaching stopped traffic. While accelerating to ~65 the vehicle suddenly lost power in heavy freeway traffic and slowed to 35 mph even though the engine was running good. The current mileage was approximately 70,000 and failure mileage was approximately 15,000. Air is in the fuel. The engine was turned off for a few moments.
From an intersection at a complete stop, I proceeded to turn right into another street. Please tell me so I can have it measured because I have volumes. No one would characterize this little Jeep as fast, but the turbo motor spools up quickly and holds its own in urban traffic. It looks like the offspring of a and a , snatching styling cues from each end of the Jeep lineup to create a unique look all its own. The contact smelled fuel inside the passenger compartment twice. One cautionary note: If you find the notion of a Liberty diesel appealing, buy soon. It took me a several attempts to restart the motor.
I accelerated to approximately 15 mph when the vehicle suddenly lost all power and would not accelerate. Found by tech at Jeep dealer. This included the first-ever Jeep smoker, a 2. The issue has not been fixed and as I scan the internet I find this is a common yet dangerous problem with this vehicle. It took me a several attempts to restart the motor. And it's this trait-low-down grunt-that makes this or any other diesel appealing: grunt, plus relatively high fuel economy.
When the vehicle was safely on the shoulder engine was idling fine the car was shutdown and restarted which apparently recycled the computer and cleared the condition. No one has measured the amount of air in the fuel system. The vehicle was able to slow down after force was applied to the brake pedal. In the era that followed the fuel hysteria of the '70s, diesels were offered by a number of automakers, and we dutifully passed the info along to you. I accelerated to approximately 15 mph when the vehicle suddenly lost. Previously changed tensioner pulley for this problem but did not fix problem. Our turbo-diesel tester rattled to 60 mph in 10.
It appears that the heater is over heating and melting the non-metallic filter head where the connector penetrates and seals. Several of the Liberty's competitors are also gone: Both Suzuki and Pontiac no longer sell cars in the United States, and the Honda Element was discontinued after the 2014 model year. Light up the Liberty's engine, close your eyes, and suddenly you're riding in a Mercedes diesel taxi, Stuttgart, circa 1985. This probably proves, once again, that women have better sense. Vehicle currently stutters at about 55-60 mph hour and has consistently gets no more than 22 mpg even though it has a diesel that should get 26 mpg and it is all highway miles. My totally shallow analysis, based on the science of opinion, is that it is a bad application in the Liberty. Although it's no tricked out rock climber or mudder, it holds its own at the offroad park.
I am looking for some assistance on repairs and don't think I'm out of line thinking Chrysler should pay for all repairs but I'm being realistic in thinking they won't. All power and would not accelerate. And you get similar acceleration. While stopped at a red light, engine idling, foot on the brake, my engine started to wildly accelerate. Still no change in the listing of the transmission type.