77 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2006 Jeep Liberty. 16 of these members
(20.8%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 34 electrical repairs to 2006 Jeep Libertys--an average of 0.4 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 17 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2006 Jeep Liberty 4dr SUV
turbocharged 160hp 2.8L I4 Diesel 5-speed automatic 4WD w/low range
BOTH passenger window regulators failed within a week of each other.
Right front window regulator failed. Covered under D/M-Chrysler/Jeep 'good will' warranty to avoid recall of affected units. Both rear units were replaced last year under the same.
Left rear regulator failed AGAIN. They replaced it last August when both rear regulators failed. This time, it was still covered under the previous repair.
Right rear window regulator/hardware failed again. 2nd time in 12 mos. Repaired under 12 mo. repair warranty policy.
Rear Power window motor failing intermitantly... repaired under extended warranty.
The window motor/regulator failed in one of the rear door windows. The part was $ 233.33 and labor was $210.00.
Battery needed replacement.
Replaced the rear drivers side window regulator. This is the second time it failed, 1st go around was under warranty. This go around it was $140 part that was on back order for over a month. Rather annoying to have to drive around with duct tape.
Power window failed and left the window in the down position. Rather drafty!
AC not working. Replaced low pressure switch
Window regulator needs to be replaced again. This is the 3rd time for this window. I've replaced infinitely more window regulators on this vehicle than all other cars I've owned combined. Jeep = Junk
yet another window regulator replaced. Unbelievable! Now using aftermarket parts.
Cruise control still shuts off... cooling fans run until battery drains!
Electrical issue traced to bad ground... only took three tries!
Initial symptom: throttle control sensor light flashing, then car died and would not start. Car towed to dealer, they said it was a bad battery and replaced. Next day car had same symptoms, then died again. Towed again - replaced alternator
While driving heard a thump in rear of car, looked back and noticed rear passenger side window was half down. Pressed button to get it up but it would not move although I heard motor turning as I was pressing button.
Left side rear door window regulater now has also failed. (third one to date) and like the right side one that is also currently broken, have opted to tape closed, till a reliable permanent fix to this problem is found
210-horsepower 3.7L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range
The left rear window fell into the door and the right rear window stopped working. Common problem we are told. New window mechanisms replaced.
On board Bluetooth system would not pair with cell Phone (first time this happend) system would self shut down. Replaced Bluetooth system and rear view mirror that houses the system. Air Conditioner stopped putting out cold air. Dealer replaced pump under warranty and we paid $100 deductible.
engine began surging and stalling. Dealer said that an air conditioning controller previously installed to correct a problem was bad and had to be replaced.
left rear window fell half way down and electric motor would not close window. Motor and lift assembly replaced
Interior ventilation fan only worked on setting "4" (high), none of the others. Dealer seemed familiar with problem and replaced fan.