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2003 Jeep Liberty Limited 4dr

2003 Jeep Liberty
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December 5, 2012, 8:20 am

Helen C
 

Question: When should these items be done again?

On 4/30/2011, I had the 6-cylinder engine tuned up along with emmission system/fuel injector flush and throttle body service, transmission service, axle service/rear, and cooling system/chemical flush. When does this set of items need to be redone? How much would it cost?


December 8, 2012, 1:24 pm

Elizabeth K
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There are different mileage intervals for those items, you can get an idea of what they are using the 'your service schedule' link on this site.

My estimates:depending on the engine, you may want to have the emission system (not the injection service) and the throttle body service done every year or two. Cooling system: 2 years. The rest of them 30k or more.

You can check the 'repair cost calculator' for estimates, or call local shops to get prices for your area.


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