To let you know that some type of schedueled maintenance is due. Check the owner's manual or call a Honda Dealer.
The maintenance light,You will need to take it to a Dodge dealer to reset it. Or get a DBR-2 code scanner.BIG $$$
the dealer should of reset it when they did the service. To reset the maintenance required button, insert your key into the slot next to the required maintenance button on the dash and push it in. It will reset the button to "green".
Depending on the mileage on the car, there are some maintenance requirements to be done by you, or the car dealer. The maintenance light will stay "on" until these maintenace issues are completed. Your owner's manual also tells you how to reset the maintenance light, and outlines the maintenance required per the mileage on the car.
Yes. A car lot is not required.
Check your owners manual it will tell how to shut it off or if it doesnt tell you then a dealer service dept. has to do it
Any commercial maintenance store (Firestone, City Garage, etc.) can reset it without performing any repair or maintenance. Likewise with a Toyota dealer. It's triggered by the number of miles you've driven since the last time it was turned off, based on the recommended maintenance intervals in your owner's manual, and doesn't necessarily indicate any problems with the vehicle.
An Audi dealer garage.
You get brake maintenance for your car by taking it to your dealer or a preferred mechanic or car maintenance specialist in your area. You can even try to do it yourself.
The best way to find out if you have any recalls is to call the dealer with the VIN number and have them check. The are required to check for you.
According to dealer a 2005 Grand Cherokee has 4 actuators..