Jonathan answered 3 years ago Sorry Mommaspc for not getting back right away with pictures I will post some this Thursday. After 3 attempts at 3 different dealerships, the pull has been fixed. I have attempted to call the 800 number and was told that all I can do is to keep taking it to more dealerships. With the engine running, there should be voltage across the terminals. I have turned off all the automatic items, manual lock door, turn off radio, ac, and lights. But, just for fun, before doing all this, i'd disconnect the battery for 30 minutes to an hour and reconnect it back, some systems do effectively reset themselves this way. One to the block and one to the body.
Year of manufacture 2001 First year of ownership 2004 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 3. I do wish the upholstery maintained a little better, because I travel a lot and the driver's side is tearing; also I had to use a steering wheel cover because the plastic was wearing and coming off black on my hands in the hot summers. I love to bang my head. Glove box light, interior lights, stereo, amp, etc. I've tested the alternator, and it's not defective. Both are now scheduled for removal and replacement.
So far I have changed parts in the steering wheel because I had the death wobble. I'm pretty sure you'll be able to do this yourself if you have the right tools. Iv spent countless hours researching the battery drain issue and found the culprit is exactly as aidman78 states. Turn on the headlights to put some load on the battery, the voltage on the field coil should rise slightly. After 2 weeks of being told to tape it with duct tape, the parts finally arrived. It is actually regulated on the ground side in most newer vehicles.
I changed the spark plugs multiple times because of misfires and idle issues , i also forgot to mention its a 97 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo v8. I have been driving it for about three months and it feels good every time I get in. Mechanic friends said put a battery cut off switch on it. Another possibility is a bad Battery Temperature Sensor. I found that for my particular model its rated at 40 gap for the spark but up it to 45 and has helped with idle. The alternator check: you can use a multi-meter to check the input from the alternator while the battery cables are attached to it. Glove box light, interior lights, stereo, amp, etc.
The ground cable is real easy, usually just a bolt to a grounded location. Even though you can take the starter to an auto parts store to check it and they ok, it's standard operation ie: the motor works under load and they can engage the solenoid they seem to never be able to check if the solenoid is draining, only that it shoots out the bendix fully. Serpertine belt glazed at 2900 miles. You can check if the field coil is powered by connecting a multimeter to the terminals of the field coil, and starting the engine. Then wear safety glasses disconnect negative battery cable to clear codes. There's no telling how many of these you'll have to check before you reach the problem. There's no telling how many of these you'll have to check before you reach the problem.
No matter what your shipping needs, Walmart's got you covered. We know you love your Jeep Liberty and want to make sure it's taken care of maybe he or she even has a name? I emptied my ac canister with a pump and refilled with r-134a and now my ac in my car feels refrigerator cool, keep in mind it was like 115 the other day too hot. Which sounds odd but the electricity doesn't know the difference :. If they are soldered you might not need to change the whole cable - just the battery clamps. My truck has only 167K miles and sits in the car port.
Hassle in winter for me at my age. I had contacted Jeep but they were useless. GetMeThroughAnotherYear answered 2 years ago Got a 98 cherokee laredo, stumbled upon this thread. Don't Know Review Date: 24th January, 2002 I own a 2004 liberty sport 4wd and two weeks after I got it the windshield cracked at the top and is making its way across. For the vibration issue, check the battery mounting. The one I used was 19 years old and is probably defective too. Map sensor should not be full of oil.
Key-off battery drain; replaced battery 2005, 2008. Quick test - with the battery charged the black plastic box on rear wiper motor will be hot. We are going to try taking out the fuse again and see if that is the problem. Its also not that difficult to replace in case you want to find one at the junk yard will post pictures later k. I hope this helps someone.
Tired of dealership telling me I must drive 50 miles every day. Go out after it sits for the weekend and the car won't start and the key gets stuck in the ignition. Any other suggestion please feel free to let me know firebird338 answered 3 years ago This may help someone my next door neighbor has a 2001 jeep grand cherokee and his battery would drain after about 3 days of sitting and the alarm would go off. Keep trucking Faults: Well I have had my Jeep Liberty for 5 weeks and have been to 4 dealerships so far. Remove the negative cable of your battery, connect the tester to the negative side of the battery and to the negative cable of vehicle. The sizes you will need is a 10mm, 13mm and possibly a 14mm i think. Then there are the basics.