Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
"No Bus" is a very common message on chrysler vehicles. The first thing to try is a complete computer rest. This can be accomplished by disconnecting the negative battery cable, followed by the positive cable. Then Take the two cable ends and clamp them together for about 3 minutes. Reconnect in the reverse order and start the vehicle.
I have had a high rate of succes with this solution. Sometimes, the "no Bus" message is actually caused by a loss of communication between computer modules due to a true failure, but in MOST cases, it is simply a glitch in the system that confuses the cluster and requires a complete reboot such as this
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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