Huge win for car owners! All TSBs to be made public. The Center for Auto Safety just made the NHTSA (US Government) make public the full text of all TSBs from now on. They are the same organization that has petitioned the NHTSA & filed lawsuits to protect car owners over exploding gas tanks & other major safety issues. Whenever you drive in your car, you are safer thanks in part to a lot of work over the years by this small but very effective consumer advocacy group.

Please take a moment & say thank you by donating $5 or whatever you can to the Center for Auto Safety.


definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
44,636 miles

About These NHTSA Complaints:

This data is from the NHTSA — the US gov't agency tasked with vehicle safety. Complaints are spread across multiple & redundant categories, & are not organized by problem.

So how do you find out what problems are occurring? For this NHTSA complaint data, the only way is to read through the comments below. Any duplicates or errors? It's not us.

2007 Jeep Liberty windows / windshield problems

windows / windshield problem

Find something helpful? Spread the word.
Get notified about new defects, investigations, recalls & lawsuits for the 2007 Jeep Liberty:

Unsubscribe any time. We don't sell/share your email.

2007 Jeep Liberty Owner Comments (Page 7 of 8)

« Read the previous 20 complaints

problem #29

Jun 062008


  • 50,000 miles


The two regulators are broken in the two back windows of my 2007 Jeep Liberty. I had the car about 4 months when the first one broke. The last one broke about 6 months later. Also, the driver's side window comes off track and when the dealership I bought it from was open they told me that the new ones they put in does the same thing.

- Jacksonville, FL, USA

problem #28

Nov 162009


  • miles
2007 Jeep Liberty - the manufacturer redesigned the window regulator, knowing full well it was faulty. I am now being told by Liberty owners & local auto mechanics that this is a common defect with this Jeep. When I went to reorder the rotary I was told that I had no other option but to order the newly redesigned version and that version required a window replacement & a label that indicated the window & regulator had been replaced. The total cost is $423. I am a single girl on a tight budget and I bought this Jeep 3 months ago, not realizing that all of my regulators would break. To date, my driver regulator and my left passenger side regulator have broke. I'm looking at $846 to fix this and I believe this manufacturer should have recalled this part. I am going to file a law suit as well. I do not have the money to replace these windows; so I've been duct taping them shut. The duct tape only lasts for a week, so in between, I find myself trying to hold the window up while I'm driving, so it doesn't fall and smash inside the panel, until I can get to my home and put new tape on it. This is absolutely ridiculous that the manufacturer knows the glass will shatter, that's why you have to replace the window and yet no recall? please government officials get involved with this one and hold this manufacture responsible!!!

- Panama City, FM, USA

problem #27

Jul 262009


  • 26,350 miles
2007 Jeep Liberty window regulator failed causing window glass to fall into door. Vehicle was being operated at normal speed on a regular highway.

- North Beach, MD, USA

problem #26

Nov 102009


  • 43,400 miles


Window regulator is faulty in 2007 Jeep Liberty. According to the Jeep dealer, the regulator has been redesigned, but the owner is responsible for all replacement costs. The window can be slid up and down by anyone inside or outside of vehicle including children (my 3 year-old did it from her car seat). There is a theft consequence and also a consequence with children next to these windows that can and have failed.

- Kewaskum, WI, USA

problem #25

Aug 012009


  • 50,000 miles
Defect in the track of all four windows. Part has come off of three tracks on Jeep Liberty windows, causing all 3 windows to fall down. All now have to be taped up. This is a safety issue/hazard as anyone could easily break into car without breaking windows or picking locks. It also impairs vision on drivers door because of being taped to stay up.

- Bluemont, VA, USA

Search for these popular complaint phrases...

problem #24

Nov 052009


  • 33,000 miles
My car was parked overnight and the next morning, my driver side front window was all the way down even though I had left it up. 2 days later, after I finished work, I went to my car in the parking lot and my rear driver side window was all the way down and wouldn't roll back up( again, I had left it in the up position) these are power windows. Apparently the window regulators malfunctioned and broke even though they were under no stress.( I almost never use my rear driver side window). After researching online, this problem is apparently prevalent for 2007 Jeep Liberty's. the problem with this malfunction is that it left the valuables in my car unsecured and I was lucky that they were still there when I got to my car. The more serious problem is that if the windows drop while driving on the freeway, it could startle a driver and make them think they were hit by another vehicle or object causing loss of control of the vehicle. Please look into this matter as it truly is rampant for most Jeep Liberty 2007 owners. Thank you.

- Denver, CO, USA

problem #23

Jul 072009


  • 13,000 miles


Right rear passenger window regulator broke on its own and had to be taped up for 6 weeks while a replacement part, that was on back order, finally arrived. Four months later the right front window regulator broke on its own. No one was in the SUV when it let the window drop open. The part for this window took only five days to reach the dealership and the very day that it was replaced the drivers side rear window regulator let the window drop and I could not get it to come back up. Finally used a pair of needlenose pliers to get hold of it and then tape it up. Of course, the dealership does not have this part in stock. This is simply a joke and the fact that Jeep has not had a recall on these window regulators should be a crime. The vehicle is a 2007 Jeep Liberty limited that had a sticker price of $25,000. So much for american made quality.

- Emmett, ID, USA

problem #22

Oct 222009


  • miles
In 2007 Jeep Liberty, the power window regulator breaks causing the window to drop open. This has happened 4 times on my vehicle within the last year. This could be hazardous if it happened during a storm or in other situations where safety demands the window remain closed. The last time it happened, we were just driving down the highway. No one was touching the window controls and suddenly the window began to drop slowly. The time before, the window dropped suddenly and quickly. Again, no one was operating the controls at that time.

- Pell City, AL, USA

problem #21

Aug 202009


  • 35,451 miles
Window regulators break causing the window to drop down with no way of raising it back up.

- Pasadena, MD, USA

problem #20

Aug 312009


  • 7,215 miles
Problem: Rear passenger side power window is non-operational. First, it was 3 inches open and now it has slipped into door panel. Failure: Rear passenger window won't go up or down. It's presently in down/open position. Correction: Will take to Chrysler dealership for repair. "if the parts are available." So said the technician. Internet search reveals this is a very common problem...some drivers reported as many as 4 repairs to 1 window. Repair cost is upwards to $500. Frustrating....I don't have $500 to spend on faulty equipment. Because of the # of situations I read, my broken window is hardly a fluke. Please do something!!! retired teacher/counselor who thought Jeep were top-notch in every way.

- Amarillo, TX, USA

problem #19

Jun 012009


  • 46,000 miles


Front driver window regulator failed. Both regulator and window replaced. Cost $462 in June. Now in August, rear driver window - same thing.

- Douglasville, GA, USA

problem #18

Jul 152009


  • 51,000 miles
The windows are falling down into the doors by themselves due to faulty regulators. Chrysler told us the design of the window regulator was changed due to safety but they do not want to make this a recall because they don't want to pay for it.

- Laurel, MS, USA

problem #17

Jan 072009


  • 43,129 miles
Component: Visibility:power window devices and controls details: The window regulator in my Jeep goes out it is a manufacturer defect in the making of the vehicle, it has already happened to my vehicle 3 times in 8 months and GM refuses to recall it. It is a safety issue because the window just fall out of trac K. cost is not affordable each time @ $500 to fix it. Also the fix is total replacement of parts and window glass because the window glass will not fit the new parts? um then maybe it should be recalled because they know if it is fixed with the same parts it will not stay fixed!!!!!!!

- Fort Worth, TX, USA

problem #16

Jul 102009


  • 35,000 miles
My wife's 2007 Jeep Liberty window regulators on both rear passenger windows broke within 2 weeks of each other. When they did, there was a loud noise then the window dropped. The vehicle is out of warranty. The incidents almost caused my wife to wreck because the noise startled her to the point she thought someone had hit her. Jeep needs to be forced to correct this problem.

- Lawrenceville, GA, USA

problem #15

Aug 052009


  • 37,563 miles
Left a shopping center when it was about 86 deg outside, and then proceeded to enter the highway, got up to 68mph, and all of a sudden my right rear window dropped into the door, and scared theż!@#$% out of me, as I almost swerved thinking that I was hit. My main concern is that a window is sort of a safety net from the outside world. Well this is the fifth (5th) time that my window regulator has failed on all doors, and the car is a 2007 Jeep Liberty with 37K miles on it. On three (3) of the occasions, the doors were stuck shut, due to some cable being loose. I had to go to the dealer and have the doors taken off and repaired, and put back on. And that is when I began thinking, what if I was in an accident, and the window regulator's cable snapped locking the door. Would I be able to get out of the car, most likely not.

- Sonora, CA, USA

problem #14

Nov 102008


  • 32,741 miles
Window regulators fail in 2007 Jeep Liberty. First passenger side rear window regulator went out during warranty period. Dealership replaced it. Then just after warranty expired, regulator on drivers side rear window went out... seems to be a design problem. Vehicle should be recalled and repaired!!

- Tulsa, OK, USA

problem #13

Jun 062009


  • 15,190 miles
My window regulators in my 07 Jeep Liberty have had to be replaced 2 times in a 3 months period and my Jeep is only 3 years old. I was driving in town and it was raining. I had just left a drivethru window of a fast food place and had 2 friends in the back seat. After we left the drive through and was driving down the road my rear window just fell after it was rolled and my friend got her food, and he window was unable to be rolled up. My friend was getting wet and I was so distracted by the whole thing I almost wrecked. I have read numerous complaints from other having the exact same problems. The dealer fixes it and it continues to need yet another repair because they are not able to effectively fix the problem. The problem is in the design of the window regulator and it will only be a temporary fix and will break yet again and need another repair until a new better design is provided. The vehicle needs to be recalled and the window regulators need to be updated with a better design. A vehicle can get stolen because the window is malfuctioning and won't roll up.all sorts of other horrible things can happen too. Children or infants can have too much blow air in their face and suffocate because the window is broken. I don't feel Chrysler should wait around for a tragedy to happen before they recall the Jeep Liberty's and fix these window problems.

- Lebanon, TN, USA

problem #12

Jun 052009


  • 50,000 miles
All the windows in my 2007 Jeep Liberty have fallen inside the doors. The dealership locally says it happens to everyone on all windows but yet they charge $300-$500 to fix this per window. This is now 1 window every 2 months since we bought this. I have the front passenger side left that this has not happened to but it is showing symptoms like the other did.

- Fresno, CA, USA

problem #11

May 202009


  • 38,000 miles
The window regulator in my Jeep goes out it is a manufacturer defect in the making of the vehic le, it has already happened to my vehicle 3 times in 5 months and GM refuses to recall it. It is a safety issue because the window just fall out of trac K and requires me to cover it w/ a garbage bag until I C an afford $500 to fix it, . it also fell in the middle of the night for me to wake up in the morning w/ my window being left down and stuff stolen from my car, could of got rained in my car also.

- Council Bluffs, IA, USA

problem #10

May 072009


  • 6,800 miles
Window regulators have a bad mounting part made a plastic that breaks. This causes the window glass to drop down into the door unexpectedly. So far I have had this happen on all of the doors and the part Chrysler was sending was also defective. Now they are pushing a part that requires the glass to be replaced also. This should be a recall, there are thousands of complaints on the internet.

- Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Read the next 9 complaints »

Not what you are looking for?