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Jeep Liberty, Diesel, SUV
#71 of 93 Re: 2009 Jeep Liberty noise at a maintained 40mph [kbeast1979]
Sep 16, 2009 (7:06 am)
Yeah the vehicle is great, I have had a 98' Cherokee forever and this seemed to fall right in line with what we needed, just big enough but not huge, momma and new baby are happy too!
I picked the Jeep up this morning and the dealer said they can not do anything unless there is an error code or something obvious the Chryster would approve for warranty work. They said the vibration was caused by normal exhaust fucntions, I told them I wasnt an idiot and took my car back. They keep pawning it back on to me and will not follow through with the complaint. I have yet to call Chrystler but I had a few questions about the flash updates for you.
Once the flash update is completed, we must drive an additional ~4500 miles for the adaptive stuff to figure itself out? or is it total miles on the vehicle? I am hoping that when we get that many miles on the jeep it will fix itself and not have to worry about working with these people any more.
#72 of 93 Re: 2009 Jeep Liberty noise at a maintained 40mph [mcarver82]
Sep 16, 2009 (7:43 am)
Yeah she had a 99 cherokee classic. (which she loved) And obviously felt the same way you do about the new Liberty. To answer your question I was told it was total miles on the vehicle. She now has a little over 4,000 on it and it corrected itself before the 4500 mark. I was told the flash needs a little bit to see how you drive the vehicle to know how to correct it properly. YOU MUST HAVE THE FLASH UPDATE INSTALLED FOR THAT 4500 MILE MARK TO BE VALID! The Chrysler rep had explained the vibration to us to have something to do with the gear box or ratios or something that has to do with the vehicle trying to save you gas. I would tell them now that you have found all sorts of stuff about this flash update and that you want the description of what it is for. They can provide that for you. It is an exact description of your problem. They may not know about it. And if it was a vibration in your exhaust they should be able to fix it no problem! Good Luck and keep me posted!
#73 of 93 Re: Pulsating grinding/creaking noise [doneill220]
Sep 26, 2009 (8:54 pm)
Doneill I am sorry I can't help you but.....I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM with my 04 Liberty......new tires and brakes and rotors all around and it is occuring more often now. Did you ever find what the problem was?
#74 of 93 Re: Pulsating grinding/creaking noise [kate32]
Sep 28, 2009 (10:37 am)
Hi Kate32, Does your car challenge sound exactly like the one I described? If so, it's a long shot but I found out what the problem was last week! It was my rims. Apparently the owner of the car before me hit something hard enough to damage the rims. While replacing the back two tires last week, once my mechanic took the tires off of the rims, he told me the rims were damaged as if I hit something really hard. It did not make sense to him though, as my two front rims were in perfect condition. There is a crack in one of my back rims, where the tire and rim are connected, which could not be seen until the tires were taken off.
As I drove my car slower, the weight of the vehicle more noticeably shifted around the rim, creating a pulsating creaking/grinding noise.
The bad news... $200+ a rim. Hope this helps
#75 of 93 Pulsating grinding/creaking noise
Sep 30, 2009 (5:07 am)
Thanks for the reply but....my tires were rotated all over and even had the spare on At first I was told it was a bad tire. I got new tires and I still have the problem it hasn't done it for two days now. I got new brakes and rotors and nothing is loose.I really think it is a caliper hanging up. I am working 7 days a week and it is my only vehicle so it is hard to get it back in the garage. I guess I will have to just keep replacing parts until I find the problem. No one else ever hears the noise so I feel as though I am being blown off at times by these mechanics. I won't take it to the dealer since I've done that with other vehicles and know all to well the price tag.
#76 of 93 Re: Strange Noises from cold start [liberfee]
Oct 11, 2009 (8:14 am)
Hi All - Same issue for me this week 02 Jeep Liberty w 99K - anyone have an update on the Whining Noise at start up in the cold? I have changed the belt - fluids topped - no change. Hate the fact I wake my neighbors up every morning with it....
#78 of 93 2003 Jeep Liberty 3.7L whining & slipping
Oct 20, 2009 (3:20 pm)
I have a 2003 Liberty which I bought new. I have had so many problems with this vehicle. 2 motors, 3 transmissions (the 1st was replaced at 4000 miles) bearings, air conditioning problems nonstop......etc.
A couple of weeks ago I noticed a growling noise with matching vibration, during acceleration. We checked bearings and differential then changed the fluid in the transfer case because we saw that it was a dark brown color. Growling noise didn't go away. A few days after that, a medium pitched whining noise that sounds like it's coming from the tranny or transfer case area. Few days later, the transmission is slipping.
Any suggestions are very much appreciated.
#79 of 93 Re: 2005 Liberty whining [woogiebear]
Jun 23, 2010 (9:32 am)
Have similair sounds from my 05 CRD that I am trying to diagnose. What was outc ome of your problem back in 08? At idle mine is quiet but it screems at higher rpms and seems to come from the rt fwd (looking fwd) area of compartment but no sound when the belt is removed and all the pulleys etc spin free and quiet by hand. Idlers were quoted at $81.00 ea so I'm trying to be cautious. Comments anyone?
#80 of 93 Front end Noise while braking
Jun 26, 2010 (4:11 pm)
I own a 2002 Liberty and recently I have noticed a noise coming from the front while braking. I had my rotors checked and they are fine.
The noise is odd, not metal on metal, kind of a pulsating whine maybe, it is hard to describe.
If you stop hard you don't hear it as much but if you brake slowly the noise starts.
Any thoughts on what this could be would be greatly appreciated.