Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Actually the newer cherokees are a little more complicated, it's not a reminder for an oil change. It is for an emssions service that should be performed according to the dealer. Here is the rest procedure
Turn ignition to on position, but do not start.
Depress brake pedal fully twice.
depress excellerator very slowly twice
Turn ignition off & that will reset the perform service indicator.
I am mechanic & we are getting frustrated because the dealers do not want to release this info to anyone, they want your money! Can you believe if you did not get them to perform the service they charge you a 1 hour shop rate??
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
The perform service indicator that is reading in your odometer display simply is reminding your to change your oil. This function will display after approx. 6000 miles as a reminder to change the oil. You can reset it by holding in the the trip-ometer button for a few seconds until it disappears, however do not get used to reseting....change the oil a.s.a.p, it will pay off in the long run, extending your engines life.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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