I have a 2005 DBP that when i press the D button it just sits for a few moments & then the N button flashes with a sign on the dash that reads gearbox malfunction & something like parklock.
It has 17000 miles on it, is it still under warranty & what could the problem be ?
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I had the wipers won't shut off, or turned on by themselves on my 2005 Kia Sorento. It about drove me nuts. I came across my solution by pressing every button I could find, eventually finding out what the mystery button to the right of the hazard button on the dash was for. (It's to defrost the front wipers by the way) You can investigate further if you'd like but it's not necessary if this works for you.
I simply pressed the button on, waited a moment and turned it back off. It stopped the wipers. They came back on about three more times over next few days and I repeated the process each time. It's been about three weeks since the last time I did it and I haven't had any more problems. This sound crazy or quirky I know and I don't pretend to understand it, but it's working for me. It beats the heck out of paying over $300 dollars plus labour for a new wiper switch . I priced them. Good luck.
Switch on ignition. Cycle left steering wheel buttons till mileage and trip are displayed. Press reset button ( left corner of instrument cluster ) for 3 seconds until reset message appears, release and press again within a few seconds and confirmation will appear on dash. switch off ignition.
between the tachometer and the speedometer on your dash, you have two buttons "S/R" on the left and one with a clock on the right.
press the "clock" button for a few seconds until the hours (or --:-- if never set) appears on the "screen" under the speed meter and the column sign flashes. press the S/R button to increase the hours until appropriate. press the clock button again to pass to the minutes. press the S/R button to increase the minutes until appropriate. press the clock button to confirm the time.
at that point you are all set, and the clock on the radio should be ok too. Every time you jump start the car, you will have to reset the clock though.