The Office of Defects Investigations (ODI) is an office within the NHTSA which investigates serious safety problems in the design, construction or performance of vehicles. The NHTSA is authorized to order manufacturers to recall and repair vehicles, if the ODI finds a safety issue. NHTSA investigations for the 2002 Jeep Liberty, both ongoing and closed, are listed below:

  1. INVESTIGATION: Inadvertent Air Bag Deployment

    NHTSA #EA12001

    Status:
    RECALLED

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  2. INVESTIGATION: Jeep inadvertent air bag deployment

    NHTSA #RQ14001

    Status:
    RECALLED

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  3. INVESTIGATION: Inadvertent Air Bag Deployment

    NHTSA #PE11035

    Status:
    CLOSED

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  4. INVESTIGATION: Crash Related Fuel Tank Fires

    NHTSA #EA12005

    Status:
    RECALLED

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  5. INVESTIGATION: FRONT SEAT BELT BUCKLE MALFUNCTION

    NHTSA #EA05022

    Status:
    CLOSED

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  6. INVESTIGATION: FRONT SEAT BELT BUCKLE MALFUNCTION

    NHTSA #PE05046

    Status:
    CLOSED

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  7. INVESTIGATION: UPPER BALL JOINT SEPARATION

    NHTSA #EA08008

    Status:
    RECALLED

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  8. INVESTIGATION: FRONT SUSPENSION BALL JOINT SEPARATION

    NHTSA #EA06008

    Status:
    RECALLED

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  9. INVESTIGATION: UPPER BALL JOINT SEPARATION

    NHTSA #PE07062

    Status:
    CLOSED

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  10. INVESTIGATION: Rear Suspension Control Arm Failure

    NHTSA #PE11013

    Status:
    CLOSED

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