Mine's the original 93 VIC, still works perfectly. Tells me the washer fluid is low and I check, it is and I add some. Tells me the brake light is out and I find a bad bulb. Tells me the oil is low and sure enough it's right below the fill line. The only thing it ever has done was completely die about six months ago. Took it apart and found a bad capacitor. Soldered a new one in and it's been working fine.
The only issue I've had with the VIC in either 93' I've owned is a bad oil level sensor which I shut up with a resistor, but otherwise it has worked flawlessly. Which is especially nice considering I had to refill my antifreeze for a good month repeatedly on the count of a bad water pump.
[SIZE="1"][B]"Those who say it cannot be done should not interrupt the one doing it." -Chinese Proverb[/B][/SIZE]
[B][COLOR="Green"]93' Grand Cherokee 5.2 Ltd.[/COLOR][/B] - Mine
[COLOR="DarkSlateGray"][B]93' Grand Wagoneer 5.2[/B][/COLOR]- Dad's
[COLOR="Red"]93' Grand Cherokee 4.0 Ltd. (Deceased)[/COLOR]
so I changed the bulb and i put in the vic to see if rear lamp failure went out however it did not. Also it told me to check engine oil level but the thing is its actually low how does it know this I've never hooked up any sensors for that?