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Compass Module Error. Compass Data Error. These errors flash on the odometer along with a very annoying beep. This happens numerous times in succession, then does not do it for 10 minutes. Have attempted to re-calibrate the compass several times and it is good for about 30 miles of travel, then without warning, it occurs again. Does not seem to happen during rough road travel, at is happens on smotth highways also. any suggestions?? Can the beep be disabled if the error codes cannot be stopped/fixed?

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SOURCE: calibrating compass

Yes you can.What you have to do is press the mode button on the driver info center(DIC).Press and hold the set button for 3 seconds.The DIC will display the zone.This is what part of the country you live in.What state your in.I don`t know what Zone your in so I don`t know if it is in the correct zone or not.They go from i-15.This will determine how accurate your compass will be.If you press set it will change the zones.If it is the correct zone then press the mode set button til the DIC displays calibrate compass.Press set and the DIC will tell you to drive in circles.Find a large empty parking lot to do this.I just crank the steering wheel and keep going in circles.The DIC will say calibrating.When the compass shows direction and temperature it is done calibrating and you can stop driving in circles.Hope this helps.Good luck.If you need to know what Zone your in Just post back with the state you live in and I can tell you the zone.

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

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SOURCE: 1994 Jeep Grand Cheroke engine dies every few miles

This is 100% certainly the "CKP" or crank possition sesor. I had the same problem on my SE 4.0L cherokee, i replaced the ignition pack - leads, dizzy cap, coil as the dizzy cap had major dirt and arc marks inside, king pin lead was loosing connection when warm also.
However this did not solve my problem, it helped, thats it.

I then used the in car diognostic system to see what that told me, sure enough - code 11, code 12 and code 55. meanings as follows.

11- no signal from crankshaft sensor
12 - main battery power disconnected
55- end of test

Once i replaced the crank shaft sensor and disconnected the battery for 30 mins to reset all fault codes it removed code 11.

Follw this link to learn how to use the on board diognostics - http://members.cox.net/wilsond/engine_codes.html

Hope this helps people out there!

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Make sure you follow the compass calibration procedure found in your operators manual.

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SOURCE: After driving several miles my 2004 pacifica

Hi, did you ever figure out your problem? I'm having the exact same issue with my 04 Pacifica.

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SOURCE: Compass Module Error

The module is likely loose or has a loose connection. On my 2006 Escape, it sits on the dash driver's side. I had something on my dash and when I made a turn....it slid accross the dash and hit the module. It knocked it out of place and displayed an Error on The Dash. Hope it helps.

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1- Turn Ignition switch to OFF & Run/Stop switch is to Run.
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Subject: Compass Displays a Steady or Flashing "C" In Place Of Directional Heading
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This PI was superseded to update Recommendation/Instructions. Please discard PIT4699.

The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI.

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Hope helps (remember to rate and comment this answer).

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This PI was superseded to update Recommendation/Instructions. Please discard PIT4699.

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Hope helps (remember to rate and comment this answer).

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