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Old 09-03-2009, 07:07 PM
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how to turn off "service 4 wheel system" warning light

Last month I had the 30,000 mile work done on my 06 commander with Hemi...Included were the fluid changes on the front and rear differrential and the transfer case....Now a month later, every time I start up I get the "service 4 wheel drive system" message...Do you know how I can turn this off? I assume this is a milage based service reminder and not a warning that something else is wrong....thanks RKL
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Sorry,
It is telling you something is wrong.
It is not mileage driven.

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Sorry,
It is telling you something is wrong.
It is not mileage driven.

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how to turn of "service 4 wheel system"

Thanks guys...Read the service bulletin and then remembered this happened once before in 2007....They scanned the system and reprogrammed it....RKL
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Mine does it everytime I plug my trailer in. It flashes for s second then goes out until I have to restart. It started right after the last time it was reprogrammed.
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Mine was acting up pretty bad for awhile. I kept trying to reset the computer. I finally started looking at the wheel sensors and wiring. One of my wheel sensor had come lose on the connections up in the wheel well. The connections had been pulled apart on some off-road trip. I reconnected it. Zip tied them together and the light went away the next day
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how to turn off 4 wheel drive warning..update

After a week of driving the warning message turned off and no more messages for 3 days...Went to dealer who scanned the system and found a code for malfunctioning sensor on front differential...It will be replaced on Fri. under warranty....message is now back on....RKL
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Mine was acting up pretty bad for awhile. I kept trying to reset the computer. I finally started looking at the wheel sensors and wiring. One of my wheel sensor had come lose on the connections up in the wheel well. The connections had been pulled apart on some off-road trip. I reconnected it. Zip tied them together and the light went away the next day
How do you reset the computer? I'm searching for it, and I can't find it.
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How do you reset the computer? I'm searching for it, and I can't find it.
Disconnect the battery with key in the "on" position.
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