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Old 07-08-2015, 08:59 AM
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2015 JKUR one parking light stays on.

When I shut the jeep off and exit the vehicle, the front right parking light stays lit. All other lights are off. No error codes on the EVIC. After several seconds the light goes off.

Any chance it is ProCal side-effect?

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When I shut the jeep off and exit the vehicle, the front right parking light stays lit. All other lights are off. No error codes on the EVIC. After several seconds the light goes off.

Any chance it is ProCal side-effect?
Did you check the left side for a burnt out bulb or bad connection?

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Old 07-08-2015, 02:53 PM
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Did you check the left side for a burnt out bulb or bad connection?
Yes I did. Left side works fine when I switch the parking or headlights on. Left side goes off when the vehicle goes off. Right side stays on.

I'm about to pull my battery cable to allow the on-board computer to reset but I'll probably lose my ProCal settings and I don't remember the tire size I set ...
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Yes, if you had it set to center the steering wheel, and did not activate the turn signals before unplugging the Procal it would stay on.
You can either disconnect the battery, or just plug the Procal back in, while still on steering wheel center, and activate the turn signal (either direction). As soon as you do, you'll get two beeps, and you can unplug the Procal.
This info is in the full instruction sheet set.
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Yes, if you had it set to center the steering wheel, and did not activate the turn signals before unplugging the Procal it would stay on.
You can either disconnect the battery, or just plug the Procal back in, while still on steering wheel center, and activate the turn signal (either direction). As soon as you do, you'll get two beeps, and you can unplug the Procal.
This info is in the full instruction sheet set.
YES - I was in the steering wheel center mode and apparently did not exit properly despite having read the full instruction sheet.

Thank you. This will be an easy fix.
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