Anyone have recommendations on a reliable honest mechanic that will work on O2 sensor on a 2004 jeep liberty. need some opinions. thanks in advance
sorry on STT
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Call Lenard's Auto at 775-9877.
Have always had excellent service.
Gotta love the internet!!!! Good find Flouride!
Anyone heard anything about Murphy's near Lindberg Bay?
Yeah. Nice video. The easiest sensor out of the 4 while the car is in a nice clean shop up on a lift. Good luck doing it on your back in the blazing sun.
It's not a big job. If you were on STX I could lend you the O2 Sensor socket tools but...
First he has to find out which one it is. 2 up stream and 2 down stream.
Only been on island for a month so I'm afraid I can't help much in the way of a mechanic. A friend that showed us around recommended one at five corners, but i don't know the name.
If you are inclined to DIY, go to jeepforum.com, they have every kind of write-up or advice you could ever need for all models of jeep. I have successfully repaired my 2001 several times using this site, and saved thousands of dollars doing so. I saved over $600 on just a door handle replacement last month. Parts were only $50!
I thought the video looked easy too, but I would be laying on the ground with minimal space and light....not up for that, but with the right equipment seems like a fairly easy job.
I was a Jeep tech. I replaced plenty of those sensors. Believe me they showed the easiest one. That car was really clean also. Not a rusted out island car.