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Old 08-24-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
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Hi! I just bought a 2014 2-door Sahara. SO excited about having what I've always wanted after twenty years driving various Mom-mobiles!

I have a couple of noob questions that don't seem to be covered in the User Guide, and I'm hoping someone here can help!

1. The User Guide fuse list references under cavity M10 a 'universal garage door opener' but I don't find any other reference to one. I see several buttons on the rear view mirror, two on the bottom and one on the front that looks like an on/off button. Are one of those it? And how do I program it?

2. There's a little round rubber button just below/to the left of the temp gauge. What is it? I'm thinking maybe trip odometer, but I'm kind of afraid to push it without knowing what it does.

Thanks for any help!

Val

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Old 08-24-2013, 12:51 PM   #2
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2. There's a little round rubber button just below/to the left of the temp gauge. What is it? I'm thinking maybe trip odometer, but I'm kind of afraid to push it without knowing what it does.

Thanks for any help!

Val
Val,
It is a Trip odometer ... it actually has 2 an A and a B.

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1. The User Guide fuse list references under cavity M10 a 'universal garage door opener' but I don't find any other reference to one. I see several buttons on the rear view mirror, two on the bottom and one on the front that looks like an on/off button. Are one of those it? And how do I program it?
Welcome Val

Chrysler uses the same "Integrated Power Module" (fuse panel) in several models of cars they make. I guess it saves on design/production costs. So there will be fuse locations in there for accessories and such that the Jeep isn't equipped with.

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