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post #1 of 4 Old 07-21-2013, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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2007 Liberty ESP/BAS Anti lock problem

2007 Liberty with 100,000 . I have a problem with the ABS kicking in a lot , had replaced a sensor on the back wheel(twice , first new sensor was defective) and it's happening again. My mech is a good reliable guy , he can fix that , but he's a bit stumped over my other problem . Warning lights for the ESC/BAS (stability control and brake assist) , abs and skid warning all come on at once . Three , four times a day , then go out after a minute . He called Chrysler as he has never seen this code before , even Chrysler didn't know what it was. Most likely a sensor , anyone have this problem before?
On a separate subject , how hard is it to replace the struts,I would buy the strut/coil assembly so as not to have to take the old coil off . Had wanted to replace the discs recently , but they were so rusted on I couldn't get them off , even my shop had quite a time .

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-22-2013, 02:23 AM
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2007 Liberty with 100,000 . I have a problem with the ABS kicking in a lot , had replaced a sensor on the back wheel(twice , first new sensor was defective) and it's happening again. My mech is a good reliable guy , he can fix that , but he's a bit stumped over my other problem . Warning lights for the ESC/BAS (stability control and brake assist) , abs and skid warning all come on at once . Three , four times a day , then go out after a minute . He called Chrysler as he has never seen this code before , even Chrysler didn't know what it was. Most likely a sensor , anyone have this problem before?
On a separate subject , how hard is it to replace the struts,I would buy the strut/coil assembly so as not to have to take the old coil off . Had wanted to replace the discs recently , but they were so rusted on I couldn't get them off , even my shop had quite a time .
Why did you only replace the sensor on the one rear wheel?

I do not know the 2007 KJ but I believe the ABS uses sensors up front as well.

What codes do you get?

2002 2.5 Export CRD Manual 5 speed.
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post #3 of 4 Old 07-22-2013, 09:59 PM
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Mine has 4 of the TPM sensors. I have replaced 3 to date and will the 4th real soon along with so other mods..

When the pavement ends, you better have some ground clearance!
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post #4 of 4 Old 07-23-2013, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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the only sensor that failed was on the rear passenger side .
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