2006 Jeep Liberty Fuel Pump
The fuel pump sends fuel from the tank to the engine to maintain power, and the pump will eventually wear out. Most fuel pumps have an expected lifespan of about 100,000 miles, and when the pump wears out, your vehicle will struggle to drive. When that happens, you need a replacement Jeep Liberty fuel pump. Fortunately, AutoZone makes finding the correct replacement simple.
Signs of a Bad Fuel Pump
There are symptoms to watch for to help you identify a bad fuel pump. If you notice surges and losses in power as you drive, stalling, trouble starting your Jeep at all, or whining noises from the fuel tank, these are signs that you may need a new fuel pump. AutoZone can help you find a compatible fuel pump based on the year, make, model, and engine size of your vehicle.
How to Replace a 2006 Jeep Liberty Fuel Pump
Raise your Jeep Liberty and safely support it. Disconnect any fuel lines going to the tank and use a jack to support your fuel tank. Remove pins or straps holding your fuel tank up and gently lower it to the ground. Use a fuel pump ring wrench to unscrew the ring securing your pump. Disconnect wiring and fuel lines to the pump and remove the old pump before setting in the new one. Install the lines and power cables, replace the ring, put your fuel tank back in position, secure the straps, attach the fuel lines, and you're done.
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