My youngest is in the Army, stationed at JBLM in Tacoma(91 Bravo attached to the 46th ASB). One of his unit mates had a 2004 Liberty, and popped the left upper ball joint trying to roll off a 6" curb. He traded it to my son for his POS 1995 Acura Integra with a bad motor swap. He replaced both ball joints, tie rod end, and CV axle in about 6 hrs. It has 160K on the clock, however it's a one owner, and all maintenance records came with. The only body issue is a little rot in the rear corner of the driver's door. He's making mama's Jeep dream come true, even though it's not a Wrangler. Here's what I know about it. 2004 Jeep Liberty Rocky Mtn Edition, 3.7L/auto/4x4/rear ABS only, Trail Rated. It has the weight sensor in the passenger's seat for the airbag, 5 passenger seating, and roof rack. It has power windows and door locks. The owner lost the key fob, however, the wife plans on having an auto-start systrem installed, as Montana winters can be a bit cold. The questions I have are: 1. Can we install a block heater on this model? We have one on her 2001 Durango, and she likes having heat on those sub-zero days. 2. How can I tell if it has the Infinity Sound System? It has just a radio/CD player, where her Durango has the combo unit with the amp behind the passenger's kick panel. 3. Are there any issues I should watch out for? We had to put a transmission in her Durango at 140K due to the OD plate having hte wrong size hole in it(42RE Puke-o-matic, and the rebuilt unit is on borrowed time after it puked a spacer) Thanks, guys, and great to be back in the Mopar game.