2005 Jeep Liberty Limited Rwd 4dr SUV (3.7L 6cyl 4A)
I purchased my '05 Jeep Liberty Sport new and for the first 2 years it ran great.
After that, it's been all down hill.
Since, I've spent $1,300 for a new A/C compressor, $300 for new brakes that still squeal, $2,800 for a rebuilt transmission, the CD player won't eject my CD and haven't gotten that fixed, a fuse that keeps blowing out my brake lights, a passenger side automatic window that cost $400 to fix, and now I have the rear latch that won't open that I need opened to get to the brake lights that have, once again, blown out.
I'm told this will cost $500 to repair.
I am FED UP with my '05 Jeep Liberty!!!!
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