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Last night on my message thing it says to chamge my oil...meanwhile it was changed not even 300 miles ago...I have a 2012 grand Cherokee hemi with 7,245 miles! With oil psi at 55...anyone else get this message!?
 

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Last night on my message thing it says to chamge my oil...meanwhile it was changed not even 300 miles ago...I have a 2012 grand Cherokee hemi with 7,245 miles! With oil psi at 55...anyone else get this message!?
Oil monitor wasn't reset when the oil was changed. Did you change it yourself or was it a shop?
 

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It is just your slack dealer not resetting the warning.
It is easy to do yourself, just have a quick search for the procedure on this site.
 

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was done at the dealer!...first and last time that'll be done
Well.... as much as I agree with you the young quick lube guys miss it occasionally. I would maybe give them a second chance but that is up to you.... the second and third time it has happened to me I get upset about it because that means they aren't doing any of them right.
 

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Had the same thing, had serviced on 10000km an now on 11000km oil change due reset.
Done by Service department. Can i reset myself. 2012 wk 3.6 v6.
Please help. Cannot give car back for a whole day to dealer.
Tx guys.
 

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Had the same thing, had serviced on 10000km an now on 11000km oil change due reset.
Done by Service department. Can i reset myself. 2012 wk 3.6 v6.
Please help. Cannot give car back for a whole day to dealer.
Tx guys.
with the push button start, just press the engine start button to acc without foot on brake, then press the accelerator pedal 3 times within 10 secs, then press start the engine
 

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to reset the oil change indicator, with push button start button, with foot OFF the brake pedal, push start button until car is in run position, with engine off, press gas pedal to
floor 3 times within 10 secs, then push button to off position, may have to do this a few times to get it, this is why this is sometimes missed at shops, if oil change indiator is not on when performing service, and this procedure is performed, no way to tell if it has been reset, sometimes takes 2 or 3 tries to get it right, easy to check when oil change message is on, can confirm message is off, but when message is not on, no way to tell if it has been reset.
 

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Is it the same procedure for a 2014 oil indicator reset? I had my oil changed today and still says 44%
 

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Is it the same procedure for a 2014 oil indicator reset? I had my oil changed today and still says 44%
I think that's what it says in the owner's manual, but I haven't had the opportunity to try it yet. You can double check the book.


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I think that's what it says in the owner's manual, but I haven't had the opportunity to try it yet. You can double check the book.


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Anyone actually know without telling me to look in the book which i dont carry arund with me like the Bible? Lol
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• • • • • • • Without pressing the brake pedal, push the ENGINE START/STOP button and cycle the ignition to the ON/RUN position (Do not start the engine.) Fully depress the accelerator pedal, slowly, three times within 10 seconds. Without pressing the brake pedal, push the ENGINE START/STOP button once to return the ignition to the OFF/LOCK position.
 
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