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#68 of 118 Re: 2002 Jeep Liberty Engine will not stay running [dasboot72]
Feb 26, 2010 (10:12 am)
Hey, well here is the recent update. Apparently, I blew a cylinder...whatever that is... . They are running a diagnostic to see what else could possibly be wrong. My jeep only has 90000 miles on it and for the last 3 years i have driven barely 3000 miles a year on her. Luckily, i have someone who is handy and will fix it...but do you know how much parts for this will be? and anything else we should look for while we are at it. thanks!
#69 of 118 Re: 2002 Jeep Liberty Engine will not stay running [mcunnert]
Feb 26, 2010 (12:25 pm)
That depends on what you mean by blown a cylinder. Did you crack a cylinder head? That's the most common issue that I guess could be considered a Blown Cylinder. Get more info!
#70 of 118 Re: Error code P1250 and P0299 [caribou1]
Feb 28, 2010 (4:23 pm)
Thanks you for your help, I replaced the part and the check engine light in out. I also have been traveling for work and have had an increase in the mpg back to the orig level. thanks you
#71 of 118 Re: Engine Stalls while stopping (2008 Jeep Liberty) [nyhug]
Mar 24, 2010 (5:22 am)
I have the same issue on my 2005 liberty CRD.. This is not a fuel issue.. The stalling issue happens more frequently when it is warm outside. It typically only happens when bring the vehicle to the 1st stop following the starting of the vehicle. I feels like the transmission locks the torque converter up and stalls under the load. Once the vehicle is restarted the vehicle will run fine.. There is no code for this and the dealer will not do anything to fix the issue. I have been trying for years.. Transmission flush nor torque converter replacement will resolve the issue.. Best thing to do is sell the car.
#72 of 118 Re: Engine Stalls while stopping (2008 Jeep Liberty) [dletourneau]
Mar 24, 2010 (12:28 pm)
In the logic of the vehicle you only get an error code when something unexpected happens once a pre defined condition is reached. Try shifting into Neutral just before applying the brakes; if this doesn't stall the engine I would guess there is a transmission fluid pressure sensing issue or a missing mechanical interlock signal from the hydraulic distributor (gear selector). In a more practical world I would start looking for a bad connection between the tranny, shifting solenoids and controller
#73 of 118 05 Jeep Liberty CRD
Mar 26, 2010 (9:47 am)
Hi, I am having some trouble with rough running at start up. I am wondering if I have the EGR trouble. Does any one know what error code is thrown by the "free" readers at autozone when a CRD is having EGR issues. I can see that the dealer will take me for a ride if I play the pay for read game. I would like to find a used "bad" EGR valve that I can tinker with to better understand this exhaust divert system. I also think there is a solenoid I need.
#74 of 118 Re: 05 Jeep Liberty CRD [redriver65]
Mar 26, 2010 (4:43 pm)
#1 my dealer will only charge 1/2 hour labor for initital diag. This is the case with most dealers. Possilbly I could see 1 hour due to it being a deisel. #2 Do you know what is involved in changeing an EGR valve on one of these? Not easy at all and I've got 15 years + under my belt at Chrysler.
#75 of 118 Re: 05 Jeep Liberty CRD [dasboot72]
Mar 27, 2010 (1:43 pm)
I am not trying to bash dealers. I want to begin a learning process. I purchased the $90 manual (cd version). I have read the removal procedure. I called the dealer to ask about a code reader and they said I would have to go to Snap_on to buy one. Snap on site is showing a complex diag system. I was hoping for a hand held that would give decent info. My plan is to locate someone who has the EGR prob/ has read it at Autozone and knows what code the simple reader throws. If that matches, I will look into pulling my EGR and solenoid. The forums are filled with CRD owners having repeat probs from the EGR. I do not know if this is my trouble yet.
#1. I need to know the free code (Autozone)
#2 if a match I will find a EGR valve being thrown out or pull mine and determine why they go out.
#3 I need a spare PCV or solenoid same story on clean and rebuild.
#4I need to be able to reset my dash light.
#76 of 118 Re: 05 Jeep Liberty CRD [redriver65]
Mar 27, 2010 (4:31 pm)
I'm not sure what you mean by matching the code. Do you have a code? You can get codes to display on your odometer by going key on-off-on-off-on. Then any P codes will be displayed in you odometer. If you can get the code or codes you have post them and I will let you know what they are. If you are looking for a cheap code reader I bought a 99.00 one from Mac tools that not only gives you codes and definitions but some basic engine data such as coolant temp, tps volts, O2 sensor volts, etc... I think Sears may also sell something similar.
#77 of 118 P1263 Fuel Air Metering
Mar 28, 2010 (11:53 am)
I have a 2006 CRD with the check engine light staying on. I bought a code reader and got code P1263, Fuel Air Metering. I subscribed to AllData for my vehicle, but could not find this code. Any idea what this is and what to do about it?