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with out knowing exactly how long it was running for upside down I would suggest that the engine is damaged It may have a hydraulic lock in a cylinder ( full of water)
If the car was upside down, I imagine considerable body and panel damage
Best advice is to save your money , junk it and get another mobile car.
I had the exact same problem. The check engine light would come on then go off. I didn't notice any drivabiltiy issues. End the end I had to replace the flapper motor, the high pressure fuel pump and the camshaft. They showed me the old parts and sure enough the camshaft lobe was worn down and the cam follower that actuates the fuel pump was in pieces. Needless to say it was very expensive. It's been a problem posted on many Audi sites. I went ahead and had the timing belt changed. Now she's as good as new.
I belive they didn't reset the oil light timer. I belive the sequence is 1. key on (not acc with engine off)
2. step on the brake pedal 5 times within 10 seconds. 3. key off. 4. start car. 5. check if the light went out. you may have to try it a few times to get it.
there is a short in the car's electrical system drawing power from the battery, causing an interuption in the power (hence the clock resetting) and killing the battery. An experienced electrician should be consulted
no such thing as a catalytic computer... there is a catalytic converter ... part of the exhaust system so they may now be "guessing" that it's an O2 sensor. take the car to autozone... they will scan the codes for free.... post the codes here tho the lads and lasses there are pretty clever and will probably tell you what the codes mean.
1) Electrical problems are part of the Jeep heritage. The **** engineers have been ignoring the problems since the 1990s. >>>> 2) Honestly, the idiots at the dealer probably ignored a very COMMON problem - the Ground cable. Remove it from battery AND most importantly where it screws onto insider fenderwell. Use soda water, bicarb, and Wire brush to remove the white fuzzy corrosion. Reinstall and dust bicarb on top of the battery. Spray WD40 on battery post conectors and the fenderwell connection BEFORE dusting with the bicarb.