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The Most Common Jeep Liberty Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Jeep Liberty. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Liberty

The Jeep Liberty is a SUV built to transport five passengers. It started production in 2002 until it was discontinued in late 2012. The model was consistently updated with new technology and refined materials and was a contender to match one of the company’s most popular cars in the Grand Cherokee.

The 2002 model was fitted with a 3.7 Litre V6 diesel. This helped the car to match many of its rivals such as BMW, but it wasn’t as refined as the company wanted. As such, in 2005, the option of a 2,8 VM Motori CRD engine was introduced on sportier trims. Then, in 2012, the engine was updated again to a V6 that gave the Liberty a towing capacity of up to 5000 pounds.

The overall ride of the Jeep liberty was excellent. The soft suspension meant that nearly all bumps in the road were absorbed with ease, and light steering made the Liberty nimble and agile, especially for its size. It could feel pretty heavy in smaller areas, but it was never designed to be a city car.

Jeep has never excelled when it comes to the interior of their cars, and the Liberty was no exception. Drivers would find cheap plastics and not much else. Whilst there was plenty of room, the overall look was mundane and cheap.

Thankfully, Jeep balanced this out with a wide range of equipment. This included anti-lock brakes, satellite radio, a satnav, traction control, Bluetooth connectivity, and rain-sensing wipers. For its time, the Jeep Liberty was incredibly well equipped, which helped to increase the overall driver experience.

The Liberty was also an incredibly safe car. The only weak points of the vehicle were the sides, but rear and frontal impact excelled in tests.

Common problems with the Liberty included electrical faults, the engine not starting and false readings on the check engine warning light.