Question about 2003 Chrysler Town & Country
The "Perform Service" Is supposed to alert you that you are due for an oil change, it will light up every 6000 miles. If you get your Oil Changed at a Dealer, they will clear it for you, otherwise you can clear it manually by:
Press the "MENU" button until Service Interval is displayed
- With this feature selected, choose an interval between two and six thousand miles using the "STEP" button (Note: make sure you choose something different than the current setting)
- Press the "MENU" button again, you will then see Reset Service Distance
- Press the "STEP" button so that "Y" is displayed
- Press the "MENU" button enough times to bring you back out of the menu mode
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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