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Owner of a 2007 Jeep Liberty who is having like millions of other Liberty owners problems with the window regulators and Chryslers inability to assist the drivers who have purchased their vehicles. The average cost to repair is anywhere between $300 - $500 per window if not under the original manufacture warranty. Is anyone out there listening who can help not only women but any Jeep Liberty owner with this problem in a financially strapped economy????... Oh wait with the exception of Chrysler who is sucking everyone dry!!!

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Audra Fordin, Owner at Great Bear Auto Shop Hi Karen, I feel what you are saying and yes, you are not alone in this matter. I did a little looking around and found this site for filing a complaint letter, and contacting third party government or non-profit agencies who can assist you with your trouble http://www.consumeraction.gov/caw_problems_dont_giveup.shtml. I hope this helps. Mechanically yours, Audra www.womenautoknow.com audra@womenautoknow.com .

Laurie Sarno, Co-Owner at Super Girls Auto Hello Karen - unfortunately the after market companies have not started producing the regulators for these cars- this problem was also common to the Grand Cherokee- sorry could not help- Super Girls Auto.

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