It's an 07 and we cannot put it in 4 low it says service. We bought it in February last year and recently just started acting strange electronically.
I have it Home now and if I start it is smoking a little smells like oil.
"it is smoking a little
"? I get an imagine of opening the garage door and the Commander has a lit cigarette in it's gille, that it spits out and tries to stomp out before you see it.
Is the smoke out the exhaust or lofting up from the engine?
The smoke and oil smell sounds like an oil leak in the motor burning oil, or if its a Hemi, maybe the PCV.
Sounds like you have several separate issues, the smoke and oil smell are likely related and are one.
Sounds like the N23 update has struck again, the unable to shift into 4LOW. Hopefully the N73 update is available soon and does fix what the N23 did to your Commander.
The instrument cluster lighting up and then going dead, does the vehicle do anything else other than the instrument cluster acting crazy for a few moments and dying a few moments? I've had that happen on other Chrysler Vehicles when the battery cables were NOT tighten down properly. There may be a 2nd cable coming off the positive lead of the battery or off the PDC that runs to the firewall, directly powering the interior. If that is loose, the power can be interrupted and it makes the instrument cluster go nuts for that momentary power interruption from a loose cable feeding it power.
Are the ESP/BAC warning light on as well as the traction control active indicator still on? That would indicate something wrong with those systems or the ABS systems, you can't read the fault codes for those system with the key dance, you need the dealer special tool or equivalent, to read the fault codes.