We took the RV out yesterday. First stop was to fill the gas tanks. I like to keep them filled in case we want to escape a fire or a hurricane or a . . . The second stop was to get the RV inspected. All went well, as expected. Then, since we had it out, we went to Wally-World and bought stuff. It makes it nice when you have a refrigerator and freezer to put the cold and frozen foods in to take home. That way there is no rush. After getting home, we took the Jeep and got it filled up and purchased lottery tickets. No, didn’t win anything.
Have an early appointment today to get the Jeep Liberty serviced and to repair a rear door window. Earlier in the year we had the right rear door window start to fall down into the door. I was told that was major problem with that vintage Liberty. Now, the left rear door window is doing the same thing. I don’t believe that I have ever put the back windows down, but the problem showed up anyway. Do any of you own a mid 2000 (ours is a 2004) Jeep Liberty and if so, have you had this problem. I have met a few people who have had the same problem.
Other than the window problem, since it doesn’t have 40,000 miles on it yet, it is like new and we have had no other problems with it. We used to have another vehicle to drive and “saved” the Jeep for pulling behind the motor-home. That was my plan, even before we had a motor-home. I knew some day I would trade my travel trailer in on a motor-home, so back in 2004 when we purchased a vehicle for a second car that my wife could drive when needed, the Jeep with 4-wheel drive was chosen. It is a good vehicle to be used as a “toad”.
Got to run, you all have a good day now, you hear?