How do I Fix a 3.7 Camshaft Sensor in a Jeep Liberty?

Answer The camshaft sensor on the Jeep Liberty's 3.7-liter engine is located on the right front of the right cylinder head. The sensor is a Hall effect (sync signal generator) device. The camshaft has a t... Read More »

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Where Is the Location of the Bank 2, Sensor 1 O2 Sensor on a 2003 Jeep Liberty?

The oxygen sensor in the Jeep Liberty is part of the emissions control system. Oxygen in the exhaust gasses interacts with elements inside the sensor to generate a small voltage output. The Powertr... Read More »

How to Replace a Crankshaft Sensor for a Jeep Liberty?

The crankshaft position sensor has a number of tasks, which include determining the ignition and fuel injection timing for each cylinder and detecting the engine's RPM. If the sensor does not send ... Read More »

How to Locate a 2003 Jeep Liberty Bank 2 Sensor 1?

The bank 2 sensor 1 on your Jeep Liberty is a technical term used to describe the upstream oxygen sensors on the 3.7-liter engine. Your Liberty has four oxygen sensors, two upstream and two downstr... Read More »

How to Replace the Front O2 Sensor on a 2005 Jeep Liberty?

In the 2002 model year, the Jeep Liberty took over the base-level slot in Jeep’s lineup that the Cherokee had held for 17 years. The 2005 Jeep Liberty had two gasoline engines available, a 2.4-li... Read More »