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Hi All - I have a 2012 Liberty and since day 1 have had this sound like i was driving over the "wake-up" bumps on the side of the road. Have had it in 6 or 7 times to 2 different mechanics who say they dont hear anything. Its intermittent, have noticed it more in the cold. Anyone whose ever driven with me have heard it and say they can feel it in their feet if theyre sitting in the front passenger seat. I know I read in the beginning of this forum of the same noise in another Liberty, but that was from like 2007. Any similiar issues lately?
I have a 2006 Liberty with 22,000 miles on it. In 2011 with between 11,000 and 12,000
miles on it both sides of the rear windows failed with the windows falling into the door.
I started reading Edmund's and found out about a semi secret extended warranty. My
wife took it to the dealer where she bought it. She asked the price and was told that it
would cost over $250.00 for one regulator plus labor. She left without the parts or the
labor. She called them later and asked about the extended warranty, and they said they
had not heard of it.
In the mean time my brother-in-law said he could order off the internet. We got new
regulators (Chrysler/Jeep) original equipment for $60.00 each. My nephew a ase
certified mechanic installed them fir $60,00 each. I decided to call Chrysler to see
if they had processed my paper work. They had but it wasn't good news. First he
denied me because I hadn't used jeep parts. I then asked him if he was looking at
my paper work, and he was not. I told him that if he had bothered to look he could
see that they were original Jeep parts. He conceded. His next reason for denying
me was that my Liberty was not a 2006. I told him that it was most assuredly is a
2006. My registration shows 2006 as does my title. He said that according to the vin
number my Jeep was manufactured in 2005. I then told him it was obvious they were
not going to waive the requirements. I knew when I sent off the paperwork that they
would have to bend the rules, because the Jeep warranty is 3years or 36,000 miles,
and the Jeep was 5 years old with 11,000 miles when the failures happened. No
mention was made that it was out of warranty due to the year.
I told the consumer affairs guy that he should tell his CEO and anyone else that he
could find who would listen that I would never buy another Chrysler or Jeep for as
long as I live. I also told him that I would bad mouth their products to anyone who
would listen. From here I go to FACEBOOK.
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