This was posted in a previous answer to a similar question. I am not an expert, but I own a piece-of-$hit '96 Grand Cherokee Laredo and I have had to deal with the annoying beep and flashing warning for over a year now. Here is what this guy had to say:
The VIC (vehicle information center) has some issues with the solder connections between the display board, and the CPU board. They have a flexible connector between the boards, that is "wave soldered" at the factory. Due to some quality issues, units from 1996-1998 have some connections that didn't receive the full amount of solder required for reliable connection. Pin 14, which connects to a pink wire on the electrical harness is the culprit. Once that connection is secured, the false "Coolant Sensor Failure" will go away.
That sounds very technical, but if you have even the most rudimentary soldering skills, you can fix it with a 30 minute investment of time, for free. Google "removing the VIC" for more detailed information about what panels must come off to get the unit out- it's a bit involved, as it requires removal of the dash storage compartment door. I won't cover that here...
Once the unit is out, unscrew the 6 Torx screws holding the unit together. Once the screws are out, the unit can be split in half like a clamshell. In between the two circuit boards are a ribbon cable, with fairly stiff wires in it. The problem lies in the solder connections of the riibbon cable, to the boards. Under a magnifying glass, you may be able to see one or more "cold solder" joint connections. These look like a little silver mountain, but some may be missing some solder, or be a very dull color- not the bright shiney connection of it's neighbors.
I chose to heat all of the connections one at a time, and add a tiny bit more solder to each. Once putting the unit back together, and re-installing, I haven't had any further issues.
The only other alternative is to either ignore the message center, or purchase a VIC from some place like E-Bay, or a junkyard.
I also have a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee that displays "Service 4-Wheel Drive Switch". The switch is on top of the transfer case on the driver's side. My mechanic had never heard of this before so I decided to do some research about it. In my findings, I have noticed that several people have had this switch replaced, only with the message to display again after a few miles. It seems that the display is more at fault than the actual switch, so talk with your mechanic before you have any work done.
A display driver is required for the system itself to display anything, so essentially no, there isn't.
You would not drive it at night or when the law says you must display headlights.
Unless you have the triple information display on your vectra there is no warning light indicating low coolant apart from the engine temperature gauge.
I have a 2002 alero how do you reset, the coolant light is always on. Thanks, Alero owner
there are many components that will display the check engine light if they are faulty. Go to a local mechanic and have them scan the computer. They will display the component that is faulty.
That message means it is time for an oil change.
The VIC is the Vehicle Information Center.. Its the display unit between the radio & the ashtray.
your coolant level could be low
Inside the engine compartment it should be a 20 amp (yellow) mini
On the display of the car's computer Opel Vectra B , produced on 1997, very often present note: Coolant level. We will appreciate your replayabout what does it means.Thank you,Regards
yes, you can spray whip cream or anything you want on it.
how do i fix my 1998 jeep grand Cherokee when the wheel turns right it locks up and I cant turn it back. If I put it in reverse it will unlock and I can drive again.
Check the rear license plate light.
IF YOUR TALKING ABOUT THE OVERHEAD DISPLAY. GET IT TO THE KILOMETER, THEN HOLD THE BOTTONS IN ON EACH SIDE OF THE PANNEL TILL IT BEEPS..HOPE IT HELPS
void display is the function name in which we want to perform some task or it might be to display something. But it has got its residence in the main() function that means that function's inputs are being supplied from the main(). void doesn't return anything so function call is made in main() which doesn't return anything back to it.
The graphics card displays everything you see on your monitor. Every dot! Without it you wouldn't see anything at all, it is the heart of the display.
Serisously, I think that a shoebox project is a diagram that can display anything you want it to...
Check the fuses. If they are good, the electroluminescent display has failed. The flourecence may have been affected by temperature change or age.
It could be anything from holding hands to making out. Any time you show affection to another person in public, even if its hugging your mom, is a public display of affection.
Check for a blown fuse
You must take it to the dealership or a mechanic shop and have them use a scan tool to display the trouble code. You then look up the code and it will tell you the problem.