Please tell me so I can have it measured because I have volumes. While driving between 50- 65 mph, the vehicle hesitated without warning. When these things go, the window just falls. Plus, the engine sits close to the Liberty's passenger compartment, and the exhaust system exits from the back of the engine between the motor and fire wall. This is considerably less horsepower than you get from the Liberty's optional 210-hp, 3.
It was already 3 years old and had 60k on it, but it was in great shape. Considerably worse with you decelerate after acceleration. Considerably worse with you decelerate after acceleration. I will keep all defective parts for your inspecton upon your request thank you. One cautionary note: If you find the notion of a Liberty diesel appealing, buy soon.
Honda's Element is a cool vehicle. The vehicle then stalled when I came to a complete stop. If the materials were at the level of the design, the interior would be great — as is, it's just okay. It could only limp along at this speed while I attempted to get off the road. I have had a few close calls when the Jeep hesitated and choked after a long light and a train crossing,. I propped the second one up for free because I refuse to pay to put the same faulty part back into my car.
I held the brake as hard as I could and the rear wheels started spinning and burning runner and the entire car was 'jumping'. The vehicle traveled for approximately 5-7 miles with no problems then the incident happened again. I did not follow through with a purchase, but I would recommend this dealership. I have taken it to a Jeep dealer in ozark Alabama and in dothan Alabama. The dash is very straightforward, with rotary analog gauges and big air-conditioning and heat controls. The dealer advised that he was unable to locate the exact cause of the failure.
Although it didn't really affect me too much, it is a little concerning that I've gotten six different safety recalls in the four years that I've owned it. I have photos of the partially burned connector on my vehicle, should you be interested in seeing them. Thanks to massive system pressures-more than 20,000 psi is not uncommon, compared with 50 to 80 psi for gasoline port-injection systems-the fuel is more finely atomized, promoting a more complete and controlled burn, and that pays off with higher efficiency and reduced emissions. Please tell me so I can have it measured because I have volumes. It took me a several attempts to restart the motor. I think you'll find the gas engine's 210 hp and 235 lb-ft of torque more useful in general. When the vehicle was safely on the shoulder engine was idling fine the car was shutdown and restarted which apparently recycled the computer and cleared the condition.
Since then I have had to replace the same housing in less than two years. Chrysler tells them that the air in my fuel system is ok. In September of 2006, the engine module in the contact's vehicle was repaired under recall. I unplugged it and a small amount of fuel dumped out. Vehicle has been to delivered to dealership purchased from. The plugs that hold the bulbs are scorched.
I have done extensive research and have come up with one answer. Fuel is seeping from the fuel heater electrical connector located on the filter assembly. I replied, asking again about the discrepancy. While accelerating to ~65 the vehicle suddenly lost power in heavy freeway traffic and slowed to 35 mph even though the engine was running good. Also, I noticed that there was excess air in the filter housing before the replacement of the housing. The gentleman who assisted me, Dean, did everything in his ability to provide me with a good experience and a good deal on the car. It handles pretty well, especially for a high setting suv.
No air in return line found. Common Rail Diesel is a highly advanced system, with great technological pedigree. But there are enough of these guys to account for about 6000 sales per year, a little beyond DaimlerChrysler's expectations. No current passenger-car diesel meets this new standard. Parts are easy to get. If you tow a trailer regularly, or if you need gobs of torque for off-road driving, the diesel may be your best option. I pulled the connector off and found it partially damaged by excess heat at the connector terminal and wet with fuel.
I am afraid it will stall out on me again. I am looking for some assistance on repairs and don't think I'm out of line thinking Chrysler should pay for all repairs but I'm being realistic in thinking they won't. While the connector was off, and I was waiting for the replacement part the vehicle would not start 2 separate times because air was entering through the connector. This seems like a potential fire hazard. After the other person purchased it, was contacted immediately to let us know. In a construction hold on traffic my vehicle idled for about 10 minutes. And you get similar acceleration.