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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to reset tire pressure
make sure tire pressure is set to what is on the drivers door decal. they should reset themselves if all is OK, you may need to drive it a while. if they don't reset, one of them may be bad.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 2007 dodge caliber. Recently the battery died. After replacing it I all of a sudden had codes p161b and p0700 P161- control module torque performance condition P0700- transaxle control system
Battery changes can mess with a computer's settings. (I've had it happen to mine!) Restart car and wait 1-15 min. and see if codes persist.
Posted on Feb 19, 2015
The odometer is fused with the entire dash fuse. If this fuse goes all the guages should not function. You most likely have an internal cluster problem
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
If the battery is at least 13.5 volts and the connections are clean, turn on the key and check the battery voltage again. If it drops by 2 volts or more, the battery is bad.
Next, if the battery is good, check for voltage on the ECM and ignition fuses with the key turned on. You should have battery voltage on both terminals of the fuse (most blade-type automotive fuses have a test point on each side of the number on the top of the fuse). If both terminals are dead, suspect a failed ignition switch. If only one is dead, the fuse is blown, and you'll have to track down why it blew (it's dangerous to drive with an intermittently blowing ignition fuse - if it blows when you're trying to accelerate across a busy intersection, you could get T-boned).
Posted on Jul 15, 2015
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