How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a 2004 Jeep Liberty?

Answer The 2004 Jeep Liberty has a number of oxygen sensors connected to the exhaust system, which tell the Powertrain Control Module how much oxygen is left in the exhaust. A four-cylinder engine will ha... Read More »

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How to Replace an Oil Pump on a 2004 Jeep Liberty?

The Jeep Liberty is a compact sport utility vehicle manufactured by Chrysler under its Jeep marque. The 2004 model has a choice of several different engines, such as a 4-cylinder, 2.4-liter engine.... 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 Replace an Oxygen Sensor in a Jeep?

The oxygen sensors on your Jeep meter the amount of oxygen to fuel burning and communicate to the computer of the Jeep when there is a variance of rich or lean mixture. After a while, due to heat a... 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 »