Diesel Engine problems of the 2005 Jeep Liberty
Six problems linked to diesel engine have been reported for the 2005 Jeep Liberty.
Diesel Engine problem #1
The vehicle was a 2005 Jeep Liberty. 1) driving vehicle 2)vehicle stalls, engine cuts out, stumbles 3) reflashed computer numerous times, torque converter and clutch pack replaced. This problem occurred on 05/05/05.
Diesel Engine problem #2
The car involved was a 2005 Jeep Liberty. : the contact stated the vehicle intermittently stalled without warning while driving various speeds. The check engine light illuminated and the vehicle operated at a reduced speed. The dealer and manufacturer were alerted. A factory representative inspected the vehicle and was unable duplicate the problem. The dealer suspected the combination of the diesel engine and the automatic transmission were the root of the problem. The vehicle is currently awaiting further inspection by the dealer. This diesel engine issue occurred 06/14/2006.
Diesel Engine problem #3
The VIN of the problem Liberty is 1J4GL485X5_. I have had my 2005 Jeep Liberty in five times for the same problem. In each case there is a severe to very severe acceleration problem. In two cases had to have vehicle towed in because it would not accelerate at all, two times I had to baby the vehicle into dealership only once did I drive it in like an almost normal vehicle. Engine seemed to be running fine in neutral but seemed to be maybe fighting with auto transmission or torque converter to move. Dealership has replaced numerous parts on transmission, egr valve twice, reprogrammed something on torque converter and yet problem is still there on an ongoing basis sometimes slight but always apparent. One time it took me two minutes to get through a stop and go lights, that time dealership said computer said I ran out of fuel even though fuel gage said I still had a quarter of a tank and the week before I had run it to empty and had not run out of fuel. Vehicle currently stutters at about 55-60 mph hour and has consistently gets no more than 22 mpg even though it has a diesel that should get 26 mpg and it is all highway miles. Once when passing a vehicle it started to act up, you never know when it will lose acceleration. This vehicle is unsafe to drive and I have sent in a lemon law request which they acknowledged they received 10 days ago and stated someone from milwaukee office would contact me in the next two days or less but still have not heard from anyone even after I called two days ago asking why I have not heard from milwaukee office. The failure date was Friday, Apr. 21, 2006.
Diesel Engine problem #4
The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1J8GL585X5_. Uncontrollable acceleration - 2005 Jeep Liberty crd diesel. This issue happened on Saturday, July 15, 2006.
Diesel Engine problem #5
The vehicle involved was a 2005 Jeep Liberty. 1. Random event, vehicle start after overnight rest (min 8 hrs), cold start driveway. Not affected by ambient temp or season. This has occurred since vehicle was purchased new and randomly happens once per week on the average. 2. Vehicle started, either backed from garage or parking lot driveway , placed in drive and drive away initiated until stopped at intersection. Transmission locks up and stalls engine at /or in intersection. Since this is random , work around safety measures cannot be predicted to provide safe entry into intersection, hence sometimes we are in the middle of an intersection with a stalled engine. 3. Vehicle has been to delivered to dealership purchased from . There has been 4 visits/attempts to repair with no avail. Meeting with dealership resulted in dealership explaining they don't know what to do, nor does the Jeep tech rep "john stick rod", and they have no solutions from Jeep auburn hills service organization since they claim this is not a problem to their knowledge. We have submitted other internet acknowledgements of this problem to the dealership in order to educate them of the availability of this common problem on Jeep Liberty crd diesel models. It was Thursday, September 21, 2006 when this diesel engine issue happened.
Diesel Engine problem #6
-consumer has a 2005 Jeep Liberty. While driving approximately 35 mph, an increase in acceleration occurred without warning. The vehicle was able to slow down after force was applied to the brake pedal. The engine was turned off for a few moments. The engine was restarted and was able to resume normal operation. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The failure was contributed to the turbo charger faulty wire with a loose connection. The computerized system was reprogrammed. The vehicle was repaired for the malfunctions. The failure mileage was 67. The current mileage was 25,990 updated 6/1/10 updated 06/04/lj the consumer stated while driving, the engine revved at a high rpm and almost caused him to have an accident. He jammed on the braes because he was approaching stopped traffic. The consumer soon pulled over to the side of the road and heard the accelerator pedal pop loose and back into position. Prior to the incident, the check engine light illuminated and the throttle control light kept flashing and stayed on after the incident. The dealer stated a loose wire caused the problem. Updated 09/02/jb the consumer stated the dealer sent him a check for the last problem. Updated 09/14/10. This problem occurred on 07/14/2005.
Other Engine And Engine Cooling related problems of the 2005 Jeep Liberty:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||11|
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||7|
|Diesel Engine problems||6|
|Check Engine Light On problems||3|
|Oil Pump problems||2|
|Emission Control problems||2|
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||1|
|Vehicle Overheat problems||1|
|Engine Failure problems||1|
|Engine Stall problems||1|
|Car Stall problems||1|
|Engine Shut Off Without Warning problems||1|
|Other Fuel Type Engine Turbo-charger problems||1|
|Engine Noise problems||1|