Jeep Liberty kit allows you to quickly and easily repair your shift cable by replacing the bushing. The patent pending coupling and custom molded replacement bushing ensures a quality repair with ease. A professional can perform this repair in under 5 minutes, average time for a non-professional is less than 10 minutes. This bushing is made from a material that was designed to outlast the factory bushing and includes everything needed to install.
The kit includes DIY instructions, custom molded bushing, and patent pending installation tools.
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This repair kit fits the following vehicles:
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
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Order Online at www.BushingFix.com This shift cable bushing repair kit allows you to fix your Jeep Liberty shift cable bushing very easily. It takes about 2 minutes and comes with a warranty, it's made from better material than the factory bushing so it'll last longer. http://www.bushingfix.com
Lifetime replacement warranty against defects in material or production. This warranty does not cover improper installation. For replacement, we may require pictures of failed parts and/or descriptions of failure, and return of the failed parts.
Posted by Larry on 2nd Mar 2018
At first, I thought the cost for a bushing was high considering the size of the part. But there is no alternative replacement part available that I'm aware of, and once I got familiar with the effort to replace the $70 cable, I realized that this was the most cost-effective solution. The bushing is constructed of a more resilient material than the original, so I'm confident it will last the remaining life of the vehicle. I replaced the bushing in place while the Jeep was parked in the driveway. A jack stand would interfere with the workspace and I don't have ramps, so it required a little flexibility and patience. The OEM bushing is cheap rubber so it removed easily with an angle pick. I used a small file and some sandpaper to remove rust on the connector pin. I then used needle-nosed pliers to squeeze and position the replacement bushing on the cable connector. I used a flat screwdriver as recommended to rotate the bushing, and the shaft of a Philips screwdriver to locate and center the bushing. The tool provided is not long enough to be of any help with this process. Also, the connector linkage of the cable will not rotate as installed. A little light grease on the pin helped the bushing snap into place perfectly with the assistance of the pliers for pressure. It is very secure and will not be coming off.
Maybe I've provided more of a review than necessary, but hopefully this will help the next person who needs to do this job. Be forewarned, you'll be working around the driveshaft and some other parts. You'll need to be flexible and patient!
Posted by Jerry on 19th Feb 2018
Worked great!! Fit perfectly. Only tip I would give is to put the bushing in scalding hot water and let it soften for a few min and then it goes right it!
Posted by Paul on 28th Feb 2017
Bought my son a used 2005 Jeep Liberty Sport with the 42RLE Automatic Transmission. Trans cable kept popping off. Dealer quoted me $360.00 to replace the whole cable. I asked about replacing the bushing and they said no bushing exists to replace. HA! I bought this and in literally 15 -20 minutes had it installed. It was harder to get the old bushing out than it was to get the new one in. Now...depending on how it performs over time I may have to come back and update my review, but unless it fails, THIS IS A NO-BRAINER. I called the dealership to tell them they were full of it...funny I have not received a return call yet...
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