How to Flush & Charge the AC in a 2002 Jeep Liberty?

Answer Warm air exiting the vents when the air conditioning system is engaged may be an indicator that the refrigerant in the air conditioning system needs replaced. Charging the system can be completed i... Read More »

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How to Flush the Radiator on a Jeep Liberty?

You should drain, flush and refill the radiator and cooling system on your Jeep Liberty every 30,000 miles or every two years, whichever comes first. The radiator's upper hose is the more easily ac... Read More »

My 2002 Jeep Liberty Won't Start?

The Jeep Liberty served as the replacement for the Jeep Cherokee. It is roomier than the Cherokee and rides on a wheelbase that is about three inches longer. The Liberty is available in a four cyli... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Battery Charge on a Jeep Liberty?

One of the most important components under the hood of your Jeep Liberty is its battery. Without a fully charged 12-volt battery, the Liberty will not have sufficient cranking power to start. The b... Read More »

Trouble Starting a 2002 Jeep Liberty?

There are a number of things that could cause a Jeep Liberty to fail to start, though with modern cars, the most common reason is a dead battery. However, if a car has not been well taken care of w... Read More »