After much BS from several dealers I have concluded that this does require a trip to the local dealership to have their little black box attached to the on board computer so that the lamps can be turned off. They call their black box a DRB "Diagnostic Reader Box". Before 1996 this is a DRBI which I believe was the precursor to the OBD systems that are currently used. The only dealer I talked with that knew what was causing the lamp to be on (talked with 3) wanted $45 to reset it (plus undisclosed sums for other things that they may find with their black box once they hook it up). I have personally elected to remove the bulb since it doesn't impact the operation of the engine.
(A different remedy is take it to an auto parts store. Most can diagnose the problem and reset the light. Those lights are there for a reason. By removing the bulb or ignoring it larger problems can occur. Machineryman)
A scan tool is required.
The Maintenance Required Light is not the same as the Check Engine Light. The Maintenance Required Light is telling you that there is scheduled maintenance that needs to be performed. It may mean it needs an oil/filter change. To find out what needs to be done look at the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual.
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 maintenance required light requires a scan tool to be reset.
I changed the battery and voila' - no more light.
It is a reminder to do preventative maintenance. It comes on after a required number of mules. Does not mean that there is a problem wirh the vehicle. You can use a key to push in the slots to reset to green.
Actually I'm looking for the answer and I also want to know why it came on. I don't have a manual. Please help! Donn
There is a small black slot on the left of the guage cluster. Put your car key in there, it should reset the light!
Sorry, your question is not very clear; not sure what you need?
Go to an AutoZone. They have the little plug in boxthat checks your computer. Usually it's from stuff like piston mis-fires. They might be able to look at it and reset it. It might not go away imediatly, but it worked on mine.
That requires the dealers scan tool.
Well sometimes requires a dianostic testor or unplug the positive side of battery wait then plug it back on. Just like rebooting a computer at home.
Take off the positive battery cable, whereas this is the power source for the vehicle. Leave the cable off for 30 minutes then place it back on. Once on, turn over the ignition so your radio, interior lights etc.. come on. Let it sit for 20 seconds, then start the vehicle. This should eliminate the maintenance light. If it comes back on within 10 minutes, you may want to have a computer diagnostics done on the vehicle; to look for faulty codes etc...
it is a reminder to change the oil.. goes red after 10000 Kms
Yes you can
yes it should
For a 1992 Jeep Cherokee 4WD the firing order for a 6 cyl is as follows 153624 and the distributor rotates clockwise.
1992 HONDA ACCORD DX L4 2.2http://www.partsamerica.com/Maintenance/MaintenanceSchedule.aspx 1992 HONDA ACCORD EX L4 2.2http://www.partsamerica.com/Maintenance/MaintenanceSchedule.aspx 1992 HONDA ACCORD LX L4 2.2http://www.partsamerica.com/Maintenance/MaintenanceSchedule.aspx Hope that helps! -Josh-
Gotta see the Dealer for that, dude. It requires a special tool. When the light came on on my 1992 Cherokee, I tried everything & everyone. I ended up at the Dealer. Sorry! For the answer to this and hundreds of other Jeep related questions, you might want to join an online Forum like JeepsUnlimited Forums or JeepForum (Google it!). They have huge data bases and hundreds of people there who drive the same vehicle, encountered the same issues and are qualified to help. Also, you don't need to join, you can use their search feature for the answers to many questions; but in order to ask a question you must be a member (join for Free!). Good Luck.
they have different fuel injection and computer systems.
as long as the same instruments are there then yes.
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