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Vaultzz 09-30-2009 01:48 AM

Dash Indicators
 
Hello,

I've been wondering how many and what kind of indicators my YJ has on that little screen type thingy above the steering wheel. The only lights that i've ever seen on are the E-Brake, both turn signals, and the High Beams (just realized that i had high beams:eek:) does a standard system have shift indicators or a 4wd indicator that should be working?

Thanks

SESSUMS 09-30-2009 01:54 AM

My 92 YJ Has a shift indicator at around 2100 RPMs. But I haven't paid too much attention to any additional indicators. ><

punkafi888 09-30-2009 03:33 AM

i got a shift indicator right in the center top section. and the 4x4 light is where the clock should have been (%$^&%* chrysler just had to take it out). oh and there is a brake light. myn just went out last week, if that comes on its a bad thing i guess? who would have guessed.

Rainman 09-30-2009 05:58 AM

Mine only shows turn and high beam.

Q_The_Cop 09-30-2009 06:12 AM

Saw in another post if you hold the ODO button down, and turn the key to the ON position it will test all the lights in the dash, so you'll know what you have and which ones are working.

Vaultzz 09-30-2009 02:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Q_The_Cop (Post 450688)
Saw in another post if you hold the ODO button down, and turn the key to the ON position it will test all the lights in the dash, so you'll know what you have and which ones are working.

Ooh i'm going to go try that right now.

oh and Punk, i'm not sure if Jeep does the same thing but in my grandpas old chevy if the brake light comes on while driving theres a very high chance that your brakes are losing fluid and bound to fail:banghead:, and thats never fun.

kik 09-30-2009 02:38 PM

My 89 has what you mentioned plus an indicator for 4wd. That's it.

Vaultzz 09-30-2009 02:42 PM

I was especially wondering about a 4wd indicator since i got stuck in 4wd yesterday, (i think i was just because i tried to disengage it while moving)


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