2002 Jeep Liberty Limited 4dr 2WD SUV (3.7L 6cyl 4A)
I bought a 2002 Jeep liberty as a pre owned car. Older lady drove it. So far we had no major problem except the engine light stays on. Took it to auto parts store did test and it said fuel cap. replaced that 3 times. Nothing. took it to dealer same result,they checked the car and found nothing told me fuel cap again. Bought another cap from them and light is still on. At 114000 miles it seems to start taken more and more gas..wet roads are also not a good thing. other then that I like to drive it and its been a good car so far
fixing problem on wet road performance and the engine light issue
just an fyi on the engine light - been through all that too. Mine was a return fumes breather hose with a crack in it on the firewall. Stand in front of the car and look straight back at the driver side cylinder bank. There are 2 1/2" hoses that connect there.
The heat of the engine makes those dry out and crack.
Cost me $2 and one sore knuckle. Its hard to reach in other words.
Can't fid it that way then find the battery. Next to in inboard is a small pump with several hoses coming out of it. Follow the plastic hoses back to the firewall where they bend down and disappear in the tranny tunnel.
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