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Perform service is just a reminder to change the oil. if you have, then scroll threw the menu to reset the perform service. by default it is set at every 3,000 miles.

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Instrument panel reflects service "B".


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Perform service light on what does it mean?


If it is only "perform service", this is likely your mileage counter telling you to get an oil change. If it was a "check engine light" it would be amber in color and would require use of a scanner to acquire codes and check for faults. Here's how to reset:
On a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo if the "Perform Service" light is in the middle of the dash Simply press the "SET" button until the display shows the "0 miles to service", Then hold the other button below it down until it resets to "3000".

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After starting my car the perform service message shows on dash-board reading, why and also how do I turn it off? Also runs excellent all fluids are up and always checked.


The perform service light will come on at a predetermined time for the oil change. That is in the EVTC system. Page 177 of the downloadable users manual explains it.

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How to reset perform service message


Press your step button until it shows zero miles to service. after that comes up hold the reset button down until it shows 3,000mi to service. that should be it.

Hope thats help (remember rated this) Good luck.

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Perform maintenance


This is simply a reminder to change the oil. You can reset it easily.

With the engine turned on and someone in the driver seat. Hit the step button until 0 miles to service appear, hit RESET. A beep will sound and it is done.

You may have to hold reset for a bit, varies from year to year and I forget if you do on 2000.

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Panel says perform service


it is set to go off every 30000 miles. just scan to this where is shows 0 and press and hold the reset button until it changes to 30000. then get your oil changed.

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Wrench Light on the head Panel lights above the mirror.


Service intervals, service due.
Illuminates to indicate that routine
service should be performed. Check
your maintenance schedule to
determine the routine service to be
completed.
To reset the light, hold the SELECT
and UNITS controls on the trip
computer for five seconds. The light
will be illuminated and then extinguish after approximately four seconds.

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2006 Jeep Gr. Cherokee Instrument Panel


This is just a routine service reminder, it can be reset by pushing the step button until you see 0 miles to service displayed, then just hold down the reset button.

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