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Oil Sludge Resulting In Engine Failure
- Typical Repair Cost:
- Average Mileage:
- 110,300 miles
- Total Complaints:
- 5 complaints
Most Common Solutions:
- replace the engine (5 reports)
- No one has added a helpful site for this 2002 Liberty problem yet. Be the first!
A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
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I’m so very f*g upset with Jeep just want to stop all further sale of the Jeep Liberty 3.7 v6!!
My Jeep left me and my wife in the middle of nowhere in the bush (South Africa) with a loud knocking noise from the engine and kilometers from home. We had to wait 6 ours for tractor to get us to the nearest road so that we can wait 4 hours for a tow truck. Eventually got home still not knowing what had happened as there were no warning lights or oil problems, it just broke down !!!!!
I would like an explanation why Jeep has not pulled the model back or did a recall to fix this problem.
It will cost me R45000.00 to replace the engine. Where the hell on this earth must I get this kind of money? I just want to say fyou Jeep. This car was my dream car since was a kid! Now it’s an f**king red ornament!!!!
- Jean K., Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa