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Jeep Liberty Bumper Cover

Jeep Liberty Bumper Cover Maintenance 101

The Jeep Liberty is one of the vehicles with the more modern look in Jeep's line-up. Its styling deviates from the classic rugged lines that its contemporaries still have. With the Liberty, you can say that it is more sophisticated and classy. We like to believe it is the Jeep for the executive. But despite that, the Jeep Liberty bumper cover provides a much-needed protection for your sports utility vehicle. Its bulk and shape can remind you of its Jeep predecessors that have endured countless challenges on and off the road. You do not have to worry because this panel can definitely do its job. You can be sure that it can take the bumps and hits if the occasion calls for it. However, you should also be caring enough to maintain it in a good condition. Here are some tips on how you can show the bumper some tender loving care for the task it is ready to take on for you.

  • Always include the bumper whenever you give your Jeep Liberty a car wash.

Giving your Jeep Liberty a good car wash is one of the essential things you can do to keep your vehicle look good and protected. Just like what you do to any other exterior panel, you start with rinsing the surface with clean water. This should push any dirt build-up that has accumulated on its surface. This will make it easier for you to remove it after. Next, proceed with scrubbing the surface. Get a wash mitt and soak it in your mixture of car shampoo and water. Give the bumper a gentle scrub and don't forget to soak the wash mitt again once in a while. After that, rinse the suds by hosing the bumper again with water. Last but not the least, get a clean cloth and wipe the panel dry. It should look fresh again after the car wash.

  • Practice the "wax in wax out" routine.

You can give your bumper an extra shine and protection by applying a light coat of wax. It is best to do so right after you wash the panel. Apply the wax carefully then buff it to a gloss.

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  • How to Troubleshoot the Jeep Liberty Radiator

    One of the worst things that can happen to you on a road trip is seeing the temperature gauge hit the red mark and see vapor coming out from your hood. You try to push your Jeep a little more but it stalls. It can't take anymore, captain! Now, you are left with a stalled Jeep with a smoking grille. It takes a couple more minutes before you are able to pop the hood. Voila! You ran out of luck. The radiator leaked and there is not much coolant left in the system. This could have been avoided with proper maintenance. But since you are already at it, here are some tips on how to troubleshoot your Jeep Liberty radiator. Use these steps and avoid minor symptoms become a full-blown radiator problem.

    Always keep a lookout on your temperature gauge when you are out driving.

    The temperature gauge in your Jeep Liberty should be the first to tell you that something is wrong with your cooling system. Once the needle goes up a few notches more than its regular reading, then it is a sign that your radiator can be in trouble. Do not take any chances. Pull over, and let your Jeep take a rest. Let it cool down before you pop the hood and check for any radiator issues.

    Check your radiator coolant level.

    If your Jeep Liberty is quick to heat up, then it is possible that your coolant is going low. Go and check your coolant reservoir. A low level of coolant can mean a broken reservoir or leaks within your cooling system. Have it checked and perform necessary procedures.

    Perform a pressure test on the cooling system and radiator cap.

    You should perform a pressure test on both the cooling system and the radiator cap. The test will be able to tell if your core and pipes have leaks when subjected to pressure. This test can also be performed to check the integrity of the radiator cap. This test on the said components can spot potential issues that do not manifest when your engine is shut down and cool.