All lights (interior and exterior) go off without warning. They come back on, but it's pretty scary when you're driving at night in traffic at 65 mph. The issue is becoming more frequent - isn't temperature related (happens in winter and summer), can happen soon after starting vehicle or after 60 minutes of driving, is not related to rough road surface or crossing a railroad crossing. Has been to Jeep dealer twice - both times dealer stated they couldn't repeat the issue and sent the car back without fixing it. If you google - 2002 Jeep Liberty headlight problems this issue comes up frequently. You'd be amazed. This vehicle is driven daily by my daughter. It has never been involved in any kind of an accident. Originally, I just wanted it fixed - it scares my daughter to drive it. Now it's scaring me. Should this vehicle be recalled? it's been recalled for a rear trailer hitch and has never had a trailer hitch. Now, I want the car made safe. Check the website, contact Jeep - this is a more common problem than you might think. Thank you for listening.
When driving my 2002 Jeep Liberty the headlights flicker on and off and sometimes turn off completely. While flickering I hear a clicking noise. To get the lights back on I have to turn them off and on or turn on fog lamps.