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Did you buy it used for the problem may be u-joints and a gas heavy first owner. There is surge while cruising true but an annoying surge can be resolved with going 62 and setting the cruise.Report it
I have a 2012 Jeep Liberty as well. I have the same problem. My vehicle vibrates terribly and makes a very loud droaning noise. First time in they said there was no problems with it.... I refused to accept...they then decided it was the torque converter. Replaced it gave it back with still the very distinct vibration and noise. They 'CONSULTED" the in house Chrysler Engineer...who never drove it...just listened to the inadequate description of the problem from the "transmission specialist".... The answer was "this is characteristic of this vehicle....just accelerate through it till it stops"... I'm like WHAT????? Anyhow, all the "technicians" that have driven it say it's not normal....but they REFUSE to fix it...I'll never be able to ever sell this vehicle... or trade, as it is not intermittent it is constant. So, unless I don't let a person drive in the 40-55 mph range I'm good! Who in their right mind would expect a person to pay that kind of money and have to deal with this? I have a vehicle with 18k miles on it that is basically a piece of crap!Report it
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