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Old 11-28-2012, 11:13 AM
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I know they are completely different animals, but I was basing my theories on that Commanders and Wranglers both had similar systems.

Have you tried disconnecting and spray cleaning the sensors yet? If you haven't tried that yet you probably should. If that doesn't help, we can look for other causes, but definitely rule out the easy and obvious first.
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Old 11-28-2012, 12:06 PM
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I know they are completely different animals, but I was basing my theories on that Commanders and Wranglers both had similar systems.

Have you tried disconnecting and spray cleaning the sensors yet? If you haven't tried that yet you probably should. If that doesn't help, we can look for other causes, but definitely rule out the easy and obvious first.
No actually not yet cause i do t find the spray u told me...
Btw to disconnect the sensors i have to remove the bumper??
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You should be able to reach underneath and unplug them. If you get a lot of rain or snow where you are, it could just be a bad connection.

Use that spray cleaner I mentioned earlier. Remove the plug and clean the male and female ends of the harness well. Let it air dry. Reconnect. If that fixes it, you may want to get dielectric grease to keep the water out and help prevent it from happening again. You can also get that in auto parts stores.
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i have to tell you that yesterday i change the engine oil, and i was surprised about the quantity that the jeep can store (more than 10 liter).
then i also changed finally the front and read differential oil, was so complicated to find the oil cause it use just a type made by shell.
After that, since now, i didnt get anymore the park light error....
Now i wait a little more and if it appear again i ll clean all the sensors, but for that i think i have to remove the rear bumper...
thanks for helping me..
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Probably was just the gear sensor then. Putting fresh gear oil may have been enough to clean it up a bit. I hope that's all it was. Glad to help.

I just noticed you're in Italy. Completely unrelated story. I don't have any tattoos, but I went to a tattoo convention here in Vegas a few years ago. There was a gorgeous artist there from Italy. I still have a crush on her.
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I just noticed you're in Italy. Completely unrelated story. I don't have any tattoos, but I went to a tattoo convention here in Vegas a few years ago. There was a gorgeous artist there from Italy. I still have a crush on her.
LOL. from where she is from? u know that? U live in Vegas?? Woow amazing...
wish to help you out too with your crush!! LOL
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Thanks, but I don't think my wife would appreciate me pursuing other women. Other than Italy, I don't know where she's from. I'm a sucker for a sexy accent. Here's a picture of her at the convention.
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ya actually she is sexy, neither my gf would be happy!! LOL
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