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#210 of 374 Any new suggestions LIGHTS BLINK ON AND OFF 2004 Liberty
Jun 15, 2009 (10:07 am)
As mentioned in several earlier emails, I too have had my headlights AND all inside lights go out while driving at night, in my 2004 Jeep Liberty. The first occurrence happened three times in a row within minutes. Although brief but scary, just the same. My mechanic mentioned that another Liberty had this problem and was taken to the dealership. In that case, a Modular of some sort, was replaced, costing nearly $1000. I just had this problem happen again, weeks later and am realizing now, that in both instances I was using the Brights On/Off Switch, more frequently than I would normally. I need to test this theory, but am hoping for some additional help and information off this site. With one payment left, I am disappointed to be having an issue.
*Note - a recent inspection did not produce any issues or problems through the computer hook-up.
Wezwe in NY
#211 of 374 Re: 2004 Liberty - ALL LIGHTS GO OUT [wezwe]
Jun 16, 2009 (9:14 am)
Hey I have the same problem what was the fix?
#212 of 374 Re: 2004 Liberty - ALL LIGHTS GO OUT [willi2ch]
Jun 16, 2009 (9:21 am)
I don't have a fix... I was hoping someone could enlighten me. I've seen several similar posts...but nothing with respect to how they fixed the problem.
#213 of 374 Re: 2004 Liberty - ALL LIGHTS GO OUT [wezwe]
Jun 17, 2009 (5:57 am)
Do they still continue to go out? I thought you may of had it fixed by now.
#214 of 374 Re: 2004 Liberty - ALL LIGHTS GO OUT [willi2ch]
Jun 17, 2009 (6:15 am)
Yes. However, I am quite sure it's triggered when I use my brights. I've been avoiding using them...and haven't had the issue since. Unfortunately, I need my brights on most of these country roads. Any suggestions? I know for a fact that someone who had the problem, had a whole "modular something", replaced by Chrysler, for a thousand bucks. I just don't trust that it's my only option and was hoping for some insight from others.
Thanks in advance, for any info you can provide! It's much appreciated!
#215 of 374 Re: Flashing interior lights [twinkles2]
Jun 19, 2009 (11:24 am)
i have a qeustion foryou because my wife jeep librty 2002 is doing the same thing ( lights momentarily flash off when she is driving but the speedimeter and radio also flash all at the same time ? i wonder if she ever find out what was the problem ? thank you ao much
#216 of 374 Re: Flashing interior lights [yojupiter7]
Jun 21, 2009 (11:22 am)
Note - I haven't noticed if the radio went off .... .but all inside lights on the dash does.
#217 of 374 Re: Flashing interior lights [wezwe]
Jun 22, 2009 (4:06 am)
are you a diferent person replying to my answer or ? well all the lights and speedonmetor and radios flash for less than a second sometimes itshard to tell if is day time but sometimes it fells like the car lose power i heard the back door or window locks clcicks when that happen i am not a expert but i think the problem is the sensor over there who kows thet say at the dealer that i can take hours and a lot money to check for the whole system an i have read in a diferent forum or blob about some people having same problem with the jeep liberty who wants to have a car that you can only drive day time?i hope some replys with the solution or get everybody with the same problem together thank you all
#218 of 374 2003 Liberty Radio
Jun 22, 2009 (8:05 am)
Well, I was driving down the road this morning and Cd player quit working. I switched it to radio, then it shut down. It seemed like a fuse issue, or power issue. I have seen all of the comments about electrical issues. Any ideas? I did hear some crackling in the speakers as it quit though. Tried to turn it back, on and it turned on for a couple seconds and shut off!!
#219 of 374 2006 Liberty Fan Resistor Problem
Jul 06, 2009 (9:44 am)
Me & my friend both have 2006 Libertys & they both lost the first 3 fan speeds within a week of each other. I found here that the problem is a resistor and easy to replace, the problem is, we do not know how to drop the glove box on the 2006 & I also read an article that states you must disable the air bags before you attempt to fix it.
Any help would be wonderful, we are both unemployed (Florida), and females, and want to fix them ourselves to save the labor costs.
Thank you very much,
Beachpatty & Dodi