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Re: "done" on the odometer?
If you turn the key on and off on a dodge 3 times in a row, they will give you trouble codes in the odometer area. After all the codes are displayed or if there are no codes it will say (done). There shouldn't be anything wrong with your car, it was just in diagnostic mode.
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When you're getting close to being due for an oil change, it will flash. When you hit that 5000 mile mark, it will stop flashing and come on solid.
easy thing to try... Set your tripmeter/odometer to "Trip A" and then turn the car off. leave your foot OFF the brake pedal, press and hold the trip/odometer button. Push the start button twice and you should see the "maint. req'd" in the display start to count down, then it will blank out and be reset. This should take care of your problem.
Make sure the trip odometer is NOT on 'Trip A' or 'Trip B' (ie: just the normal
ODO). With the ignition off, press and hold the reset button. Press the 'Start'
button twice without pressing the brake, but while holding the reset button.
The dash will let you know its resetting, just keep holding the button until it
the Trip/Odometer is set to "trip A". With ignition off press and
hold the reset button. While pressing the reset button, press the
start/ignition button twice to turn ignition on. Keep watching the
trip/odometer display to flash the lines (-----) until you see it flash the
zeros (00000) then it
On most cars you would turn on the ignition key, do not start the engine, press the gas pedal to the floor 3 times(if 3 times doesn't work, do it 5 times), turn the key off. When you start the car, the light should be off.
hold in the trip odometer button , then turn key on, keep holding in the button, Watch the odometer section and it will count down the dashes. When the dashes disappear, its reset. Its a reminder to do maintenence at the indicated mileage. So it needs to be done.
To reset the light, Turn the ignition on Make sure the odometer displays "ODO" 1.Turn the key off 2.Press and hold down the same button you use to get to "ODO" 3.Turn the key back to ON ( while still holding down the button) 4.Hold the button in until all the flashing lines on the odometer go away and the bunch of "000000" shows up and the maint reset light will turn off. Your'e done.
If this doesn't work, you would have to try it on "trip A" instead of "ODO".
That just means you're due for an oil change. they automatically come on after 5000 miles. To reset the light, put it on the odometer display in your instrument cluster. turn the key off. now push and hold the odometer/trip reset button while you turn on the key to the IGN position. You will see 5 dashes on the odometer display, which will sequencially disappear and then go back to the odometer when it's done. after your odometer shows again, you can release the odometer/trip reset button and your maintenence light should be off.
You have a bad ground somewhere .. try the rear lights first make sure each light is grounded good .. then try front ones and see if they are grounded also. Remove bulbs and replace them and make sure each is in good clean condition.. thanks Jerry holler if you have more