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Jeep Liberty, Auto Repair, SUV
#65 of 85 BLOWER PROBLEMS
Mar 21, 2011 (8:18 am)
HAVE A 2002 JEEP LIBERTY AC WORKS FINE AS WELL AS HEAT ALL FOUR BLOWER POS. WORK HOWEVER THE AC COLDEST SELECTION , THE ONE THAT RECIRCULATES AIR FROM INSIDE CAR ( FRIST POS, ON SELECTOR) AIR BLOWS OUT SLOW ALMOST LIKE SOMTHING IS BLOCKING IT ALL OTHER SELECTIONS THAT TAKE OUTSTDE AIR WORK FINE! ANYONE HAVE AN IDEA WHAT IT COULD BE? JEEP TELLS ME THIS YEAR DOES NOT HAVE A FILTER
#66 of 85 Help with 04 Liberty air conditioning
Apr 23, 2011 (5:21 am)
Replaced AC compressor last fall and system worked fine then. No cold air now when I need it last week. AC compressor clutch does not engage. Ran jumper wire on low pressure switch and clutch still won't engage. Applied separate 12 volt source to AC clutch at pigtail on top of compressor and the clutch engaged ! Anyone have any ideas why system not supplying power to the compressor clutch on its own ? Thanks
May 18, 2011 (10:14 am)
My 2007 Jeep Liberty Air is not cool. Have noticed a funky smell at times when I first turn it on. What is the problem. My husband says it could be a fuse??
#68 of 85 Re: 2008 Liberty [vicville] cabin filter
Jun 26, 2011 (6:47 am)
The filter housing is behind the glove box. You may have to get a kit to install the filter if it came without one in it.
#69 of 85 2007 Jeep Liberty AC Cooling
Aug 15, 2011 (2:26 pm)
My AC compressor was changed Aug 2010. Year later it does not cool as well as it did a year ago. It will cool done to 50 degrees if the Outside Temperature is 83 degrees. However it takes 30 minutes to get to that point to cool between 50 - 60 degrees dependent on the the outside temperature from 80 to 99 degrees. It supposed to cool down faster - when I put it on setting # 2 , but forget it when it is on # 3 or # 4 Fan setting. Cooling dial with recirculate from outside air.
#70 of 85 Re: 2007 Jeep Liberty AC Cooling [jeep2007]
Aug 25, 2011 (1:10 am)
This seems odd, but how about considering the Fan clutch ? Parts is not that expensive, if this is the case.
Jong (2002 Jeep Liberty, V6, 3.7L)
#71 of 85 Re: 2008 Liberty [vicville] cabin filter [daddibob47]
Sep 07, 2011 (12:21 pm)
Where can I find a kit to install one? Apparently mine came without one. I just replaced the evaporator and heater core so I (the techs at Jeep) got a good lokk and there isn't a filter in it. Thanks
Sep 29, 2011 (1:03 pm)
The A/C on my 2005 Jeep Liberty with 43K miles has been weak for as long as I have owned the car (about 18 Months . . . bought it used with 33K on it). Tuesday I was driving back to Florida from Virginia when the compressor quit. I took a look under the hood and there was a bit of tar-like spray around the compressor . . . it actually had a mechanical failure and a strange smoke-like smell. Took the jeep to the dealer this morning and the compressor was broken . . . it actually broke apart! So now a new compressor on top of a new heat ex changer (6 moths ago) and the A/C system is becoming VERY expensive.
So now the dealer has the new parts installed and the system charged and he can't get COLD air out either . . . any ideas out there?
Question 1: Am I expecting too much from my Jeep Liberty A/C system? Do they typically get COLD rather than barely cool? My 97 Cherokee got down right chilly . . .my Audi use to make ice and I loved it.
Question 2: Could an overly tight serpentine belt lead to compressor damage during long distance driving at highway speeds?
#73 of 85 2007jeep liberty ac/heating
Oct 10, 2011 (1:31 pm)
My Liberty"s AC will blow for about 20 minutes and then will stop blowing out of the vents, but you can hear it blowing somewhere. Then, when I turn it off and just put it on air, it still blows AC. This also happens with my heater. There is a funny sound which sounds like it coming out of the glovebox, like a steady swoosh, swoosh , swoosh sound while they are blowing. When I look under the hood after it starts doing this, anything accosiated with the AC/Heater is completely froze up. Does anyone know what is going on?
#74 of 85 Re: 2005 Liberty with fan problem [04jeeplib]
Oct 22, 2011 (6:37 pm)
You need a new blower resistor that always blows out on all Chrysler vehicles. I have had this problem on intrepid, concorde, stratus,Ram van, and others. It is usually easy to do but hard to get at. the dealer can tell you the location.