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post #1 of 5 Old 06-01-2013, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for somebody to work on a 2006 DIESEL Jeep Liberty. It has a stuck exhaust va

Looking for somebody to work on a 2006 DIESEL Jeep Liberty. It has a stuck exhaust valve. The head is off.

Near Clifton, Illinois.

The vehicle was taken to a mechanic. H pulled the head and diagnosed the problem. I was told the lower end is good.

I am looking for advice on how to proceed from here.

What does it take to re-install a head?

What parts and special tools will I need?

I would actually just as soon have somebody familiar with these vehicles work on it for me. I have 4 6.5 diesel GM's that need work. I have to farm something out. It just as well be something I've never looked at before.

The Liberty does include a new timing belt.

Looking to get the head repaired and put back together. A new head or a complete engine.

I am also looking for a repair manual for this vehicle/engine. If anybody has a link, I would appreciate it immensely.

What collateral damage should I look for?

Any links to info on DIESEL Jeep Libertys would be appreciated

I have not actually seen the vehicle and it will be a day or 3 before I actually have possession.

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post #2 of 5 Old 06-01-2013, 09:58 AM
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check the CRD section on LOSTJEEPs
I'd say there is more info on there regarding the KJs CRD than any other forum

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Thank you
Just signed up and reposted. Don't have time to read right now, but I'll get back to it very soon
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post #4 of 5 Old 06-02-2013, 07:25 AM
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Looking for somebody to work on a 2006 DIESEL Jeep Liberty. It has a stuck exhaust valve. The head is off.

Near Clifton, Illinois.

The vehicle was taken to a mechanic. H pulled the head and diagnosed the problem. I was told the lower end is good.

I am looking for advice on how to proceed from here.

What does it take to re-install a head?

What parts and special tools will I need?

I would actually just as soon have somebody familiar with these vehicles work on it for me. I have 4 6.5 diesel GM's that need work. I have to farm something out. It just as well be something I've never looked at before.

The Liberty does include a new timing belt.

Looking to get the head repaired and put back together. A new head or a complete engine.

I am also looking for a repair manual for this vehicle/engine. If anybody has a link, I would appreciate it immensely.

What collateral damage should I look for?

Any links to info on DIESEL Jeep Libertys would be appreciated

I have not actually seen the vehicle and it will be a day or 3 before I actually have possession.
You are not very far from St. Louis.
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post #5 of 5 Old 06-05-2013, 01:07 PM
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I saw your story on lost. I still think you need to check the conditions on the rockers before thinking about anything else.
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