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Display reads check or service 4 wheel drive and wont come off.transmission has 100,000 kilometers on 2005 jeep cherokee overland hemi 5.2 engine, and transmission has been flushed recently.Sometimes when i start the car the problem does not appear and the compass reading is shown as should be,until i stop and turn on the car again,and then the warning about service the 4 wheel drive comes on .If i reset the computer ,it still comes on .When it first started ,i had the transmission flushed and nobody seems to be able to detect the problem.I love the car but i am frustrated with the constant warning coming on the display.I would be grateful for any suggestions.Thanks.

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Flushing a trans is not good because particals from the oil can clog valve body and ruin it--always just drop pan change filter and drain--that lite means theres a bad code-scan truc for free at a parts place and tell me wats happenin

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