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How do you reset or retrain the EVIC module on a '05 pacifica

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Disconnect the battery negative calbe for 3 minutes resets all modules

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    just replace my car battery, do i still need to disconnect negative cable for 3 sec in order to rest evic messages

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Hi Roger, I'm glad to help. Below is the procedure for resetting the compass on your vehicle.



COMPASS VARIATION ADJUSTMENT Compass variance, also known as magnetic declination, is the difference in angle between magnetic north and true geographic north. In some geographic locations, the difference between magnetic and geographic north is great enough to cause the compass to give false readings. If this problem occurs, the compass variance setting may need to be changed.
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Just replace my car battery, now cant reset EVIC message center on my 2005 pacifica. any suggestions?


do you have the owners manual it should say in the manual somewhere.if not go to a shop or dealer and tell what you did and what happen they may just help you.

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How can i tell which onboard diagnostic my 2005 chrysler pacifica uses? ODB or CAN?


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How do you turn off the maintenance/service light in the pacifica?


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2004 chrysler pacifica EVIC Display has gone blank. No messages are displayed


I found this online last year. It should be a recall item for Chrysler


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When starting the 2004 Pacifica the evic system


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If all the sensors retrained, you either still have low tire pressure, or the computer which reads the sensors needs to be reprogrammed with a different tire pressure threshold.

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