hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 4
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
107,465 miles

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2007 Jeep Liberty electrical problems

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2007 Jeep Liberty Owner Comments (Page 3 of 3)

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problem #11

Aug 012012

Liberty 4WD 6-cyl

  • 80,000 miles


With passenger door in unlocked position door can not be opened from outside.

- Scottsdale, AZ, USA

problem #10

Nov 112011

Liberty 6-cyl

  • 35,699 miles
The rear passenger window regulator failed and the window dropped. It is currently being held in place with zip ties as the repair will be about $300. Both the passenger and driver front windows are slow to go back up and come off track. You have to pull them towards the back of the car to get them back up. I expect both to fail soon. I have read numerous complaints about this very issue.

- Mandeville, LA, USA

problem #9

Nov 182011


  • miles
This is my 5th time in 4 years! having to bring into the dealer to have the window fixed. Malfunctions and break down of electric window motors or regulators.

- Belford, NJ, USA

problem #8

Apr 072010

Liberty 6-cyl

  • 51,000 miles


Random events of the electronic throttle control lamp flashing and the traction control lamp illuminating. The vehicle would stall to a rough idle or loss of power and an inability to accelerate. On occasion the vehicle would die and would not restart. This occurred while driving at speeds of 65 mph in heavy traffic on hot spring days. The manufacture has not been able to correct the problem after five attempts.

- Azle, TX, USA

problem #7

Jul 192010


  • 46,000 miles
Rear window fell down and does not stay up, used a device to keep from falling down, 1 week later the other one fell down. Took to repair shop and was told the regulator was bad on both windows and needs to be replaced along with the window also. The reason for this is because the regulators were redesigned and it will cost over $800 to repair and was told the problem could happen again. No old parts are available have to put in new parts. The consequences of not repairing are the window can come down and someone can get in your car, the other solution is to have it fixed so it cannot fall down until you get the money to replace it.

- Bolingbrook, IL, USA

problem #6

Mar 102010


  • 33,245 miles
Left rear window failure up or down; driver's side window still works but catches. It appears that someone didn't do their job in quality control in making the equipment that regulates the windows. Which makes one wonder if there aren't other parts not up to standard. Chrysler needs to replace at their cost.

- Elkton, KY, USA

problem #5

Sep 082008


  • 13,000 miles


Vehicle parked and unoccupied over 8 hours when fire started, no prior problems with the car. Robin sklar is submitting claim on behalf of the owner dawn gibbs pursuant to an insurance claim. The vehicle was totaled due to the fire. Our forensics expert opines the cause was electrical in nature. We are seeking recovery due to a possible defect.

- Indianapolis, IN, USA

problem #4

Mar 232008


  • 2,300 miles
Electrical intermittent problems with surges and bucks it goes to full throttle at any given time when not expected.

- Blairsville, GA, USA

problem #3

Jun 142007


  • miles
I purchased a new 2007 Jeep Liberty and the vehicle did not come from the factory with a trailer hitch or wiring harness. On June 14, I had the dealer install the Chrysler recommended harness. The harness they installed is the one Chrysler supplies and requires for vehicles with an overhead console, which my vehicle is equipped with. It is a seven-way harness, specified as mopar part number 82207248. After the harness was installed by the dealer, I noticed that the running lights on my trailer were not working. I took it to a dealer who tried several times to fix it, but was unsuccessful, even with advice given by the Chrysler technical hotline. When I called Chrysler's hotline to see if it was possible to fix, they told me they provided the dealer with the information to correct the problem and that it was not their problem, but the dealer's. they suggested I take it to another dealer. In light of the fact that two Chrysler dealers were unable to solve this problem already, suggesting that I go to yet another dealer was very poor advice. The service I received from both dealers was excellent, however, the Chrysler hotline personnel were very rude to me, had no concern in regard to correcting the problem, and placed blame on the dealers. The problem is that this harness will not work as required for the 2007 Jeep Liberty. Although the brake lights and turn signals work, the running lights on the trailer do not. I request that all 2007 liberties that have the dealer installed trailer package with the mopar harness number 82207248 be recalled and fixed. This problem is a serious safety issue and one for which Chrysler needs to find a fix, rather than continuing to place blame on the dealers.

- Morrisville, PA, USA

problem #2

Mar 012008

Liberty 4WD 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 0 miles
We have a new 2007 Jeep Liberty limited, purchased last March. Immediately we noticed that the speedometer was inaccurate and always reading fast. This was noticeably evident as we passed through safety and school zones that show the car speed on the roadside. I had the dealer check it out and they couldn't find any problems. So we started measuring using roadside mileage markers and a timer. We found that at 60 miles/hour it took 315 seconds to go 5 miles. That's 5% @ 60 mph or 3 mph. We also found that it was also off by 3 mph at all other speeds too, so at 30 mph that turned out to be 10%. that's unacceptable ! however Chrysler says that's acceptable and in fact points out in a printed reply that the government allows that degree of accuracy now assuming my average speed is about 45 mph, 3 mph is a 7.5% inaccuracy. I also purchased a long term warranty agreement from Chrysler and I will be short changed on that by 7.5% also and that's fraud! all I want is for the Chrysler to fix the algorithm that computes the speed and odometer reading. The only variable the dealer can adjust is the tire size. Does the government safety standards allow for 7.5% inaccuracy?

- Elmira, NY, USA

problem #1

Jun 012007

Liberty 4WD 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 1,998 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Jeep Liberty. The contact received a recall notice a month ago in regards to the blower motor. She has attempted to schedule an appointment to have the recall repaired, but the dealer stated that there is a waiting list because the parts are unavailable. The current and failure mileages were 1,998. The consumer still has not been contacted about getting the vehicle fixed. Updated 09/05/07.

- Little Fairy, NJ, USA

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