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#171 of 214 Re: 2005 Liberty Sport CRD stalling [05libertycrd]
Feb 12, 2010 (4:59 am)
The valve that sets the fuel pressure inside the common rail could give you the same symptom taken into account that the engine is warm and suddenly unloaded by applying the brakes. Try not to use the A/C to see if there is a difference. How does your transmission pull on the engine when this occurs? Have you tried going into Neutral just as you come to a stop?
I tend to disengage the transmission because my engine pulls quite hard while idling cold: my driveway has a steady ramp of 25% incline and I don't need the brakes to hold the truck in place. If you try to push the Jeep on such a slope, you will better appreciate the power of the diesel engine when it idles; it has to choke or starve to die out.
#172 of 214 Re: Liberty has a hard time starting [chapusin]
Mar 26, 2010 (12:02 pm)
I am having the exact same problem, I was told that it might be the intake air control sensor. Changed it but still having the same problem. Was wondering if you had solved it yet.
#173 of 214 Re: Liberty has a hard time starting [tdmafort]
Mar 27, 2010 (11:42 am)
Sorry dude, I gave the car as a trade in and bought a 2010 Tucson. Feels so good.
#174 of 214 Re: 2005 Liberty Sport CRD stalling [05libertycrd]
Apr 29, 2010 (9:51 pm)
Sadly it is not a fuel filter. it is not an oil issue.. Sadly it is a transmission issue. Specifically a torque converter issue.. When coming to a stop does the jeep feel like it wants to keep pushing until it finally starts chugging and dies. if so, you have the plague of the 05 jeep CRDs.. I have had my jeep into the deal 10 times for this issue. had all the fluids changed. had all the filters changed, had all the diags done and yes it still stalls. every day.. and it gets worse when it has been sitting on hot days.. Oh and the best part. It has stalled on the dealer 4 times but since no error code is generated, they will not fix the issue under the warranty... My suggestion, replace the torque converter with an high proformace after market, reflash the tranny or sell it. There is no fix for this issue that is under 750$ bucks..
#175 of 214 Re: 2005 Liberty Sport CRD stalling [eamm]
Apr 30, 2010 (5:09 am)
Can you please give the part Number for the fuel filter? I just bought a 06' CRD with 26k miles.. so far really like the "rig"...
#176 of 214 Re: Jeep Liberty: Starting/Stalling Difficulties [Mr_Shiftright]
May 20, 2010 (2:05 pm)
hi, i was on a high way today and for some reason at some point my started dropping speed and eventualy i stoped on the side and i couldnt start the car after, its not coolant liquid and its not oil when i got home i tried starting it and black smoke was coming out and after whitei have a suspicion thats its a timing belt and if someone could help me out please message me on my email toss_1986hotmail.com
#177 of 214 Re: Jeep Liberty: Starting/Stalling Difficulties [antonimus]
May 20, 2010 (3:17 pm)
please message me on my email
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#178 of 214 Re: Jeep Liberty: Starting/Stalling Difficulties [antonimus]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
May 21, 2010 (6:53 am)
Probably not a timing belt, no. You probably will have to have it towed into a garage to have the diagnostic trouble codes read by computer to see what's up. Could be so many things here, not enough info to diagnose from a distance. MAF sensor, crank or cam sensor, clogged catalytic, bad ignition coil, failing fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, bag fuel injector, other sensors reading incorrectly, bad ECM, etc etc.
#179 of 214 Re: Jeep Liberty: Starting/Stalling Difficulties [antonimus]
May 24, 2010 (12:42 pm)
I am replying to a post that is four years old, but hopefully you still check this site. Anyway, the same exact thing is happening to my Jeep Liberty 2003. I paid a mechanic to fix it (450.00 later) and they replaced 2 sensors, coil, spark plugs, and the Jeep still does the same thing..... any suggestions?
#180 of 214 Re: Jeep Liberty: Starting/Stalling Difficulties [rudyf1]
May 24, 2010 (8:07 pm)
Rudy I replaced my plugs with those bosch quadfire sparkplug things. It ran like garbage so I replaced them with autolite ones. Turns out the bosch ones were slightly too long for the cylinder regardless of the partnumber it said was for my jeep. Prolly a noob move anyways on my part but regardless it still jad the stallin kssue. I replaced the coils and iit ran great for about a day. Then it stalled out again while accelerating to pass someone on the freeway so I took it ti a shop. I had them replace my crank and cam sensors. It ran for about 15 mins then it ran like garbage. I hooked up my diagnostic computer and it read a misfire in cyl3. Impossible I thought as I had just replaced the coils and the plugs were exact replicas of what was in before. So I went and bought another new coil. After replacing the coils again conpletely I found out that once one coil goes bad the others tend to fail a lot easier not too long after. Kind of like a dominoe effect. Wjat had happened to me was that the new cyl3 coil I had installed the 1st time went bad and fried the rest of them randomly. Pull your coils one by one and check the shaft for any irregular bulging or cracks. Once I replaced all my coils at the same time with new coils, it ran like a champ and still is running great! I have a 2003 jeep renegade. Feel free to email me if you'd like. Beanxgmail.com