Jeep Investigation by Feds

Federal safety investigators have opened a "preliminary evaluation" safety investigation of 2005 Jeep Liberty and 2006 Jeep Liberty and 2006 Jeep Liberty 4x4 vehicles powered by a 2.8 liter 4 cylinder turbo charged diesel engine.

The National Highway Trafic Safety Administration is the federal agency responsible for investigating motor vehicle safety complaints. They also are in charge of motor vehicle recalls.

The say that consumers are reporting that diesel fuel leaks and signs that the electrical connector for the fuel heater shows signs of being burned.

Fuel leaks in a motor vehicle are just a step away from a vehicle fire so don't take a chance if you own one of the Liberty Jeep vehicles.

An estimated 20,000 Jeep vehicles are involved in the latest safety investigation. but Jeep has been the subject of numerous other recalls and service bulletins. If you've got a lemon Jeep Liberty, or any other Jeep lemon, be careful. You don't want to go up in smoke while you're going down the road.

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