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Unread 02-04-2011, 02:31 PM   #1
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Instrument panel warning light

I have done some searching on this problem, but have not come up with much other then the advice of taking it into the dealer, which has been done twice now with nothing done. My wife has a company vehicle that is a 2008 Liberty. She drive a lot, often more than 300 miles in one day, so I am concerned that this issue could leave her stranded or worse. What happened is that her instrument panel warning lights will turn on: the ESP OFF in the odometer area, the 4WD and SRV 4WD. They donít always come on at the same time and sometimes they alternate between each other. I think the most common sequence is that it will display ESP OFF then the 4WD and SRV 4WD, then they might turn off and the 4LOW will come on and the N light on the 4x4 selector switch will turn on. Sometimes they all turn off, or sometimes they will all stay on. When she has taken it to the dealer they say they are not able to reproduce the issue, she usually needs to be driving for 20 minutes or more to get to happen, though just the other day it did immediately.

I found this thread that talks about something similar on the Patriot forum, so I thought I would look into this, but I donít know how similar these vehicles are ďunder the hoodĒ, and even though this is a company vehicle, I donít want my wife stranded 150 miles from home. http://www.***********.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17723

Also tire pressure light is always on, even though I personally have verified that they pressure is fine. This seems to be a common issue though.

Has anyone experienced this, and if so how was it fixed for you?

Thank you!

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Unread 02-05-2011, 03:34 PM   #2
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Your flashing 4x4 light sounds like a shorted out selector switch on the tranfer case,or wiring harness problem.Your TPMS light sounds like a bad WCM.
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