Buy a recycled Jeep Liberty transmission and save thousands of dollars. I just want you to be sure in what you need. I do plan on keeping, it only has 111,000 miles, still think it's a good vehicle and will probably need the book to do future repairs. Recalls don't cost you anything to get fixed, but most are time-limited, so if your car is affected you should call your local Jeep service department immediately! Both parties agree and signed for a certain price. Now, it will also display a loud thunk and jerk in the rear feeling as if you have been hit from behind when starting to move forward from a stop in 1st gear. I feel bad about this, its hard sitting here.
Chrysler introduced the Jeep Liberty in 2002. Guess I just have to go for it!!! When taking out the old system, drain the reservoir of the fluid, if it hasn't already drained out. And this is a very intermittent problem. Try with needle nose, screwdriver, anything to see if that moves back and forth and how much movement there is. Would send you a pic but no clue how to do that either. What you have done is the common problem that happens, and is recommended to replace when servicing a clutch.
If so take it off so you can see inside. The master cylinder is in a really bad location agents the firewall on the drivers side. I just hope I can get it and I hope it works. If you scroll down from this there is another style, but the mounting of it looks different. It's going to be so hard but no choice! Thanks again for checking on me. I believe you can do it! I think it would be better to get new slave and master separate and run the line without the slave hooked to the line. What you are looking for is the slave cylinder should have some type of linkage, rods, that will move when you push on the clutch.
So that is not a waist. Need someone to push on the clutch while someone under neath watching to see if it is working. The contact's infant was still inside the vehicle when it rolled into the water. Ruthlee answered 3 years ago There are three lines that run along the transmission to the rear of the jeep but no lines running into the bell housing. Rowefast answered 3 years ago Well, good morning. Thats the down fall from being behind this screen.
Can only do one per post I believe. We sell only high quality used Jeep Liberty automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping. Can you take pictures and post? I will sure let you no how it goes!! This Jeep was purchased brand new in June of 2004 and has been a problem since. I will get it I have too!!!!! For some strange reason the jeep will follow as if someone is driving it. This is a very intermittent problem. But from what I see is the trany is going to have to be dropped to get at the root of the problem. I called one Jeep dealer who said there was nothing they could do unless they can reproduce the symptom or if a warning light was on to read the error codes no warning light has ever gone on.
The vehicle was towed to the dealership, where both the dealership and manufacturer representatives were unable to determine the problem. Would you be able to recommend a good repair manual that I could purchase that would help give me step-by-step instructions for pulling that manual transmission on my 4 wheel drive 2004 liberty Sport? Id send a picture but it is copy write. What do I look for. I signed a purchase agreement and put money down on a vehicle. So to make sure we get you what you need, I see two different styles of slave cylinders. I know I was not hit as there was no one behind me one time and I pulled over to check on a second time to be sure there was no evidence of being hit.
I can only hope your positive attitude prevails, and at least you learned more on mechanic work. Ruthlee answered 3 years ago Hey good to here from you, so sorry to here about the loss of your good friend. The line going from the masters cylinder was behind and down under break cylinder! And I do believe the rod is pushed into the slave as it has to move outward to move the linkage to disengage the clutch. Aharsh jolt is felt from the rear of the vehicle as it comes to a stop. I stayed up searching anything that could help.
I explained to them over and over that it hesitated and would not always want to take off. But at this point, it dose sound like the slave cylinder, but again, it would take a persons with a helper to see if this in fact is the problem. Are there 2 other steel lines running down there running into the bell housing by the slave cylinder? Reminds me of changing the starter on our jet skies! Chances are then it's probably going to be the slave cylinder has gone bad. Thanks for checking on me! Attach vehicle to the tow vehicle with a tow bar. Hope that it goes on better that it came off! Rowefast answered 3 years ago Good morning! I should have put the switch on before I pushed the rod in!!!!!. So I cut the old line and was able to find a different route!!! And what I learned in how to bleed those so they work good, You would have ben putting it all on as a unit anyway.
This happens approximately 2 times per week, depending on how often the vehicle is driven. This is not looking good, This may be a simple fix, but a lot of work to do it. Consumertook the vehicle to the dealer and contacted the manufacturer. It has been in the shop 6 times for this problem, with the last time on April 2, 2007 when they finally pulled the pan and found brass shavings! Just got back on now. I can look and find one, then shoot you a link. Buy a recycled 2004 Jeep Liberty transmission and save thousands of dollars.