Question about 2010 Dodge Nitro
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Insert key in ignition and turn to on position (do not start engine)
Press the accelerator Pedal fully to the floor and release 3 times back to back.
Immdeiatly cut key off and remove from switch.
This should do it without a problem,,
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the key on, engine off, slowly depress the accelerator pedal to the floor three times within ten seconds. Turn the key off. Turn the key on and start the vehicle. If it is still on repeat the process.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Directions are in the book, but you would put the key in and turn it all the way, just don't start engine. Pump gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times slowly, but it has to be with 10 seconds. Turn key off and when you start again, oil changed chime and warning should not be on. If it is, try again.
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
First, I have to say that being retired profesionnally of the mecanic I have not change it by myself. However, it seems that the 4.0 L is relatively easy to replace but the 3.7 L one is located near/between front axle/differential, the harmonic balancer and masked by a bunch of hoses.
Several users reported that the factory one is hard to remove being too much tighted in place.
These things being said, depending on your mecanic experience I'm sure it 'feasible' taking maybe 45 minutes rather then 2 minutes.
My only warning will be to resist to the idea to 'break it ' with a scewdriver with the idea to pry it if it's tight in place. It's really amateur and you could really be in trouble if it doesn't work. A strap wrench is very ofter the most appropriate tool.
Assuming positively you will reach this point, make sure the previous oil filet gasket didn't stay in place and second, put some oil onto the new filter rubber gasket to make the next removal easyer. Tight strongly by hands.
Hope it will help
Sorry for my english
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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