No, the manual transfer case does not have a 4wd mode display
Shifter may need ajusting . Could also be a bad vaccuum switch (My 88 Wrangler had that problem)
there is quite a lot of light in the Sahara desert and at night it is quite a bit of light.
Reverse light switch is probaly connected to switch on transmission check connections
It is vacuum operated, give it a few minutes, or cycle from park to reverse, to drive and it should go off, it always will after a while.
A person can rest the check engine light on a Jeep Wrangler by disconnecting the battery. This will also rest other warning lights on the dash.
Yeah the light bar (sound bar) should fit all Wranglers. On the 1994 Wrangler, it mounts over the driver/passenger seats head.
this is nice
A 2002 Jeep Wrangler does not have a reset switch.
There is a vaccum motor assembly on the front axle that should have a hose attached to it... make sure the hose is secure and not leaking. The vaccum from this hose engages the four wheel drive to the front axle.
A light possibly.
Could be failed brake light switch
Behind the glovebox.
torque converter lock-up not disengaging? tps bad spot on idle position
It wants you to shift...I don't pay attention to it because it will tell you to shift when rpms are too low or high so it will drive you nuts if you try to shift with it.
By wearing light clothes
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
center your steering wheel
leave the vehicle in park and shift it into 4-wheel. when disengaging, place the vehicle in park again, and disengage. it is helpful to back up about 5-10 feet to engage back into 2-wheel (so the little light goes off).
mine would do the same.. if u try putting it in reverse and going a few feel then back into regular gear it shuts mine off
the Sahara desert More or less, the equator gets most fo the direct sun light. I think the Sahara is too far north.
The engine light is on when the engine computer has detected a malfunction and set a trouble code.