Originally Posted by RFCRD
If it's not throwing codes and runs OK, you should be fine. The 36K miles was the end of the bumper-to-bumper portion of the warranty. You might want to inspect the minor stuff like the charged air hoses for oil soaking. Get them replaced before delivery if they are soft or sweating oil as they are pricey (pull the woven guard back where it connects to the turbo and look for an oily coating). You should also know that the EGR valve is not covered under the 7/70 powertrain warranty so get it replaced now if it's giving any problems. Good luck.
If its right at 36k you might be able to purchase an extended warranty..or get them to throw one in on the deal..in my case, I knew I would put alot of miles on mine in a short period.. I just rolled over 36k in just under 1.5 years..Initially, I purchased a 5 year, 100k bumper to bumper warranty..small price to pay for a piece of mind..
and this past Thursday, running 75 to 80 mph on a 200 mile interstate trip, I got 29.2 mpg...the jeep on the lot has also probably been idling a lot (everybody wants to "hear" the diesel Liberty) which will pull the mileage on the evic down quickly..