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hey guys n girls i have a 2014 jeep wrangler sport 2 door, 6 speed and for the life of me i can't get my hsa off. ive done the instructions to a tee and i cant get it off. all the steps are the same from many sources online. it says the symbal will flash 7 times if dont correctly but im only gettting 5 flashes??????? whats going on.? lol heres what im follow:

If you wish to turn off the HSA system, follow this
procedure:
1. Start with the engine off and vehicle in PARK (automatic
transmission) or NEUTRAL with clutch out
(manual transmission) with wheels straight. Apply parking
brake on manual transmission vehicle.
2. Start the engine.
3. With the engine running, the brake applied, and the
clutch out, rotate the steering wheel a half a turn counterclockwise
from center.
4. Press the “ESC Off” switch four times within twenty
seconds.
5. Rotate the steering wheel a full turn clockwise (half
turn clockwise from center).
6. Cycle ignition switch OFF then ON.
7. If the sequence was completed properly, the “ESC
Malfunction Indicator Light” will blink several times to
confirm HSA is off.
Steps 1-7 must be completed within 90 seconds to turn off

does any one know what im doing wrong or if thease steps arent correct.

PLEASE help me lol its driving me crazy

Thanks,
 

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Might be a silly question but do you have the EVIC? If you do you can do it from there as those instructions are for vehicles without it.
 

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Man. Ouch. Anyone reading this and contemplating getting the evic system. The procedure is. Menu/ personal settings/ HSA off.
My only advise is go test it out. Maybe it's off already.
 

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The directions say the light will flash SEVERAL times, not seven times. You are probably fine with five flashes being several.
 

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im pretty sure several means seven???????
several



[sev-er-uh l, sev-ruh l]





adjective 1. being more than two but fewer than many in number or kind: several ways of doing it.


2. respective; individual: They went their several ways.


3. separate; different: several occasions.


4. single; particular.

5. Law. binding two or more persons who may be sued separately on a common obligation.

noun 6. several persons or things; a few; some.
 
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