The message in the cluster is only there during this start as is another message about backup sensors however once started everything works.
The engine and transmission have never run hot. I've checked everything quite often during all of this. As for the filters I am picking up a gas odor now that they have been pulled. I really don't know what to say I don't know if it was the tanks or me but as with most failures in life, I'm the constant. I pulled he filters and drained the tank down to so little I wasn't sure I'd make it to the station. Here are the filters. That I pulled Attachment 72377
How does the computer work as far as logging codes and issues? In my jet the Mx guys can hit a couple buttons and pull a log up on the screen. Is the jeep like this does it log everything? If the issue appears to be resolved with the check engine light go away or does it take a technician to clear the codes? Now that I've drained the system and topped it off with fresh fuel I toss an additive in it to hopefully help take care of any other issues.