Question about 2003 Chrysler Town & Country
You have a Trip Odometer Reset Button located near the Digital Odometer Display.
When Jumping your Van: most likely it caused an electrical problem affecting your gauges. It is actually common for this to happen. Hopefully permanent damage has not been done.
To properly reset your Speedometer and Tachometer (barring permanent electrical damage):
1. With the Key IN the Ignition and in the OFF (not ACC, On or Start) Position
2. Push in and hold-in the Trip Odometer Reset button.
3. When "sof 4.0" appears: release the Button and WAIT.
4. There maybe some "E" Codes that may appear.
5. Continue to let the System run its course. There should be a great light show on the dash along with the Tach and Speedometer needles dancing all over the place.
6. In about 30-seconds it will complete it's Reset Cycle.
Again let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions REPLY in the Comments Section of this Post.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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