jeep.com has a link for the recalls based on the VIN. I just had 2 recalls done on my 2003 Liberty with 123k miles at no cost to me. I am not familiar with the fuel nozzle issue but it may not be classified as a RECALL. It may just be an update or technical service bulletin. If its not an actual RECALL by definition, you will have to pay for it once its out of the warranty period. If the prior owners had taken it to the dealership for service, even for an oil change, all the recalls would have been fixed. I have worked for two European dealerships and was always amazed at how many people would come in with their LONG out-of-warranty vehicles that hadn't seen a dealership since the day they were purchased new and DEMAND that issues be addressed for free because there was a TSB out on them. Their argument was always the same, the manufacturer KNEW about the problem therefore they are responsible to fix it and any collateral damage at no charge. Guess what? Parts break, wear and basically fail from neglect, age and abuse. If its not a recall, the manufacturer is not liable. I bought my Liberty, used, a couple months ago and did quite a bit of work to it. I knew full well it was abused and neglected and required a significant amount or repairs (that equates to money) to get it running SAFELY. Its interesting how people buy used cars at cut rate prices with the understanding that the vehicle is in NEW condition and they will never have to sink a penny into it. Unless the prior owner has a stack of dealer receipts showing all necessary work has been performed, plan on spending money - a lot of it.
This site is a tremendous resource of information for those that want to do it themselves or at least have an understanding of what's involved. The rest of you that lack the ability or initiative to do so BUT still want services performed for nothing - stop crying and go die quietly somewhere. You don't have the right to own a car.