Jeep diesel fix

Jeep diesel fix

This bulletin applies to 2005-2006 Jeep Liberty vehicles equipped with the 2.8L VM turbo diesel engine, built before Oct. 19, 2007. The customer may experience a no-start, hard-start or rough idle condition. This may be caused by too much air in the fuel lines. A new filter/housing assembly is available that reduces the amount of air in the lines.

1. Replace the fuel filter/water separator assembly. Follow the procedures available in DealerCONNECT/TechCONNECT, Group 14 – Fuel Systems > Fuel Delivery – Diesel > Separator and Filter Fuel and Water Removal and Installation Procedures.

2. Replace the fuel heater connector, terminals and wiring with kit number 68043086AA. Refer to connector and wiring repair information in the Wiring Tab under 8W-01 Wiring Diagram Information > Connector, Terminal and Wire removal and installation.

PART NUMBERS                   ITEM

68043086AA…………………..Wiring kit

68043089AA…………………..Kit, fuel filter/water separator assembly 2005-2007 KJ

68043087AA…………………..Kit, fuel filter/water separator assembly 2005-2006 RG

04721225AE…………………..Kit, fuel filter/water separator assembly 2007 RG

Last modified onMonday, 03 August 2015 07:20
     

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