81 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2003 Jeep Liberty. 9 of these members
(11.1%) have reported transmission repairs for their car.
A total of 13 transmission repairs to 2003 Jeep Libertys--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
210-horsepower 3.7L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range
Could not shift into 4 wheel drive. Dealer wanted $1300 to repair to replace shift unit.
took it home and found a part was broken replaced it my self for 4.00 dollars from parts purchased at Lowes hardware department.
leak from the pinion gear on rear differential and transfer case.
Front Axle shaft replacement, goes from the transfer case to the front differential, for the 4wd. These AREN'T readily available from Chrysler with a minimum 8 week backlog, usually last only 100 000km. Bought 1 custom fabricated for $150 less than Cryslr
The driveshaft (CV type) between the transfer case and the front differential wore out. This usually happens at 100000 km, Chrysler couldn't supply the part, had to go to aftermarket custom made part, which ended up being cheaper and heavier duty.
Solenoid pack for the transmission
The Jeep would not go into 4 wheel drive without a grinding noise. Can ran fine otherwise. The 4WD mechanism did not work.
The torque converter on the Jeep had to be repaired and the transmission rebuilt.
Rear axle shaft leaking. Seal on both sides of rear axle replaced