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Jeep Liberty, SUV
#62 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [spinnakerbaybe]
Aug 18, 2008 (6:50 am)
My wife just bought a 2007 Jeep Liberty & they were told ( by me ) to check all 4 windows after they had to fix one ( did they ? I doubt it as it was still under warrenty at the time )
Now the warrenty is off and now the front window won't stay up .
Why this isn't a recall is beyond me .
keep me informed please .
from a LAST time jeep buyer .
#63 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [lsct86]
Aug 28, 2008 (6:49 pm)
It is with a heavy heart that I report that my last factory-installed regulator went out in my 2006 Liberty this week. All four windows have broken in the 2 years I've had it...one broke just last month! Just like everyone else here, my dealership refuses to acknowledge that it's a problem. They suggested I rub Vaseline inside the rubber seals with a Q-tip to keep the rubber from gripping the window so hard. Seriously? I was also informed that they'll never be recalled because it's "not a safety risk." I really beg to differ with that.
Reading everyone else's posts made my heart absolutely sink. It's hard to believe that Chrysler would turn a blind eye on such an obvious flaw in their product. Needless to say, when my warranty expires in 6 months I don't think I'll be worried anymore. That's because I am selling it.
Good riddance, Jeep. Rhymes with CHEAP for a reason I guess.
#64 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [broknliberty]
Aug 28, 2008 (7:27 pm)
Oh brother Brokn, at least most of us got them to admit it is the regulator.
Of course, last time they fixed mine and it went bad in one week, they tried to tell me they didnt see any problems.
My husband stood there almost believing them, but I made them look and they finally replaced the regulator.
#65 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [broknliberty]
Sep 06, 2008 (6:51 am)
I am sure that none of you would actually use Vaseline since it eventually dries to a tacky residue. If you must use something, use only silicone spray lubricant. Best method, with the window up use something like a smooth butter knife to create a gap between the inner seal and the glass and use the small tube that comes with the can. Spray downward past the inner seal while moving the gap along the seal all the way across - hopefully getting spray on moving parts inside the door. Do not spray the seal itself - I will just get on the glass.
#66 of 356 bad windows
Oct 05, 2008 (1:21 pm)
i have a 2004 jeep liberty all of my windows just stopped moving and the fuse is good what could it be
#67 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [broknliberty]
Oct 13, 2008 (11:20 am)
I lease a 2007 Jeep Liberty. Leased it in April 2007. July 2007 I had to have the driver's side rear regulator replaced. June 2008 it went again and they replaced it. I just had the passenger front one replaced. You are right they do no acknowledge a problem. I spent 2 days on the phone with the complaint line. I did get them to agree to cover the rental I had but when I asked if they could send the info I needed to provide in an email it was like I was asking for too much. They are mailing me the info. I told them they would be hearing from me if I didn't get it. They said they wanted to know if it happened again. I told them no if but when! Said I was tired of having to walk around my jeep every time I got in to make sure all my windows were there. I told them I relize it wasn't an engine problem but windows are a safety issue and if it happened again I would take the steps to Lemon Law it!
#68 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [felines]
Oct 13, 2008 (2:35 pm)
When my window went bad (oh the third one I think), I took it over and had it fixed and then it went bad right away again. They listened and talked among themselves and told my husband there was nothing wrong. I got on the phone with them, while he was there and insisted they do something. So they fixed the regulator and then said they did it just because they couldnt find anything to be wrong at all with the windows.
Well, my warranty is apparently about to be up. I'm wondering from now on if I will be able to go to a repair shop, and explain that I know it is the regulator? That should be cheaper to fix and much easier than going to the dealership.
I still want to trade this thing in, but in these economic times I dont think I can.
#69 of 356 Re: Liberty Power Windows [emmab]
Oct 13, 2008 (2:56 pm)
Believe me I understand about trading it in. I love the Liberty with the exception of the windows. I am leasing and am stuck with it until 2010. I am going to yell everytime it happens until they get tired of me. There is a compalint line you can call
#70 of 356 Re: Easy do it yourself project. [jromley]
Oct 19, 2008 (9:22 am)
I need help with my 2007 Jeep Liberty's drivers side door .
#71 of 356 2007 Jeep Liberty
Oct 19, 2008 (1:50 pm)
Does anyone have directions on how to repair the front (power) and rear windows ?
Like most you we can't afford the 300 to 400 dollars to repair them every other month .
DON"T EVER BUY ANOTHER CHRYSLER PRODUCT !!!!!