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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's a module under dash programmed to turn on Maintenance light. You can pay $80 to replace module or pull wire going to module and save $80. BTW, it's there to tell you to replace your Oxygen sensor.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Yes you can. You would have to get the correct tranny for it and all the linkage to the tranny and the floor shifter. You should just keep the manual tranny. It will serve you better and for more miles than an automatic. The cost to switch to an auto would not be worth the price. Most people would rather have a manual in a jeep if they use it for it's intended purpose.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
On the dim dashlights, there is usually a rotory switch that you can turn to increase the power to the dash lights. In earlier vehicles it was part of the headlight switch and you just turned it one way or the other to adjust the brightness. In newer vehicles it is a switch like a knob sticking out of the dash on its side that you push up or down to change the brightness of the lamps.
The Maintenance Required light is probable on because the vehicle has hit the 50,000 mile mark and it comes on automatically so that you take the vehicle in for maint. of the emission system. If this is the case there is usually a way to reset it untill another 50,000 miles go by. I would read the owners manual, or better yet pickup a Chilton manual for the vehicle and see if it says how to reset the light. You also may want to have the vehicle checked to see if any trouble codes have been signaled. Good Luck, RAC
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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