Question about 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
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SERVICE INTER - The options include from 3200 to 12000 kilometers in 800 kilometer increments (2000 to 7500 miles in 500 mile increments). The default is 12000 kilometers (7500 miles). The selected distance becomes the interval at which the Perform Service warning message will be displayed by the EVIC. If a new distance is selected, a second programmable feature
appears, RESET SERVICE DISTANCE? - The options include No and Yes. The default is Yes. When Yes is selected, the accumulated distance since the last previous Perform Service warning message will be reset to zero because the service interval has been changed. When No is selected, the distance until the next Perform Service warning message is reduced by the accumulated distance since the last previous message.
USE FACTORY SETTINGS? - The options include Yes and No. The default is Yes. When yes is selected all the programmable features will return to there defaults and the rest of the programmable features will not be displayed. If No is selected the rest of the programmable features will be displayed at there current chosen values. This feature will automatically return to the Yes default under two conditions. First, if no programmable features are changed from there defaults. Second, if all the programmable features equal there defaults.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2011
Its hard to answer that question. Today's cars have pretty good computers in them. They will spot something going out, and turn on the light. Manufacturers also p reprogram certain mileage system checks. Your local mechanic can put your vehicle on the computer to see whats wrong, or if its just a reset for the service check. He will be cheaper than the dealership. If your not sure about a mechanic, ask friends who they use. You can check them out with the BBB. A really great shop will have the ASE sign posted. Their people have taken the ASE test and passed. I know this is just a general answer, but I grew up in days of cars that didn't have computers, and we really had to work on a car. I do hope this gives you some idea of what to do.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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