Open the hood. Filter is on the lower right front
The hood release lever is located below the instrument panel in front of the driver's side door. Raise the hood, and use the latch to hold the hood up.
I really don't think there is a hood open warning.
Depends what year you have. Mine's an 02. In mine, the hood release is on the driver's side near the floor at the base of the door frame. After you pull that latch you have to release another latch which is actually under the hood itself. On my 02 the second latch is right under the front of the hood just about where the J is on the JEEP logo on the hood.
open the back gate on the liberty and there will be nuts there- remove with nut driver or socket and carefully swing out lens- will be sticky so be careful!
Trouble code P0800 means: Transfer case control system MIL request - circuit open
I just pops out
You have to replace the thermostat it is stuck open. I would say. Do you have heat when you are driving? I Have the same problem and is trying to fine where it is located. It is usually at the top of the of the motor but not on my 2005 jeep.
It's right under the Jeep logo on the lift gate.
Open the driver door and look on the side of the dash. You can pull out the panel and get to the fuses there. There are also some fuses under the hood, depends what you fuse you need to get to.
you get the cable fixed then open it
Open the engine hood and you will see 4 screws along the top edge of the grill , unscrew and remove grill , the bottom is held in with taps that fit in slots
The thermostat is probably stuck in the open position.
It should be self supporting if its a 99+
You open the back hatch door and pull the panel away from the latch and push down on the lever to the lock the lock will then pop open and you can shut the hatch
pull the screws on the grill, pull the grill, then pop it with a screwdriver
Look for the hood release on the left kick panel below the dash, in front of, and to the left of the driver's seat. Pull back on it, and go to the front of the hood and slide the safety catch to open position while lifting the hood. The hood is supported by hydraulic struts, so no metal support rod is necessary.
It is directly behind the steering column; when you open the hood, it is in the far back right attached to the firewall. it is about 10 inches in diameter and has a reservoir attached to it, very hard to miss.
because jeep locks and latches suck. you have to replace them for a small fortune. good luck
Yes, it has one. Is there a question?
Put your hand facing down and push down on leveler,
Both washers use the same reservoir under the hood. You open the hood and pour it in.
It's part of the latch assembly, when the hood is open you can see it.