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CKimbrow 06-15-2008 11:58 AM

Radio staying on
 
Is there a way to bypass the radio staying on, for apox. a minute after turning the Jeep off, with the doors taken off?

Thanks alot,

Calvin

Scooter_Trash 06-15-2008 12:36 PM

There is a large round button on the left side of the radio, if you push it, the radio will turn off. ;)

Seriously though, I'm pretty sure that is the only way.

dogsnhorses 06-15-2008 01:07 PM

Yep, that's how you do it!

Speaking of bypassing, anyway to bypass that damn I ACCEPT button on the nav system? If you don't hit it when you turn on the jeep within seconds, the screen disappears and you can't get squat, including any radio, cd, jukebox, sat, etc. You have to turn off the jeep for several minutes if not more to reboot the whole damn thing.
Very annoying.

dragsterguy1 06-18-2008 10:00 PM

Anybody know if there is a reset for the 'low tire' idiot light on the dash? I got a flat, fixed it with a plug, but the light still shines. Is there a sequence like GM's where you go something like 'On-On-On-wait-On On etc?

Gary1129 06-19-2008 08:48 PM

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Originally Posted by dragsterguy1 (Post 238467)
Anybody know if there is a reset for the 'low tire' idiot light on the dash? I got a flat, fixed it with a plug, but the light still shines. Is there a sequence like GM's where you go something like 'On-On-On-wait-On On etc?

did ya check your other tires pressures including the spare....the system has a threshold of 28PSI below which the light comes on...if any tire is below the threshold the light is on....if all are above it it goes out...if it doesnt its indicative of a further problem and we would have to put it on the starscan and do some diag...Gary

Triple88a 06-19-2008 09:10 PM

I dont have a JK so i cannot confirm however on my moms fj and my buddies tc, they both have the reset buttons inside the glove box.

kbart 06-20-2008 09:19 AM

Hey Gary, is there a wireless sensor in the valve stem? I just figured the ABS system told the confusor that one tire was running faster than the others. That's pretty cool if it is wireless.


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