Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I am constantly receiving a warning light indicating: service park assist
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The park assist system detects objects 59 inches or less in back of your vehicle, to warn u so u don't strike the object. I'm guessing that since the service park assist system comes on in the ice and snow, the monitor is detecting something (ice and snow covering the sensor). If u clean off the snow and ice, the message should shut off.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Most likely the problem you are experiencing with the park assist is a fault in one of the sensors mounted in the rear bumper. I would not consider it to be a major fix, however there will be a few hours labor involved as the bumper cover needs to be removed to replace the sensors.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
You can take it to your Jeep dealer and have the service department try to flash the computer. This may fix it. If not you will need to purchase a shift control module. They are about $ 590.00. This is a very common problem on the Jeep Cherokees and Grand Cherokees. Hopefully you are under warranty still. If you ignore this problem this is what will eventually happen: You will be driving down the road and your vehicle will not want to go over 15 mph and it will shift erratically. Do not wait to correct this problem or you will regret it. Yes it is a very expensive part, but a computer in itself that the vehicle needs to function correctly.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
This is a shared fuse, if you remove it you will lose other services. As your reverse aid sounds all the time it has a probable fault in the module or wiring. The module is located in the left hand side lower boot. To disable - pull the plugs from the module until you get it checked out. These modules often suffer from dampness in the boot as it is prone to leaking. sometimes just removing and refitting the plugs and then spraying with a water dissipating spray (WD 40) often brings them back to life once they have dried out.
hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
get a test light . turn on your head light and test each fuse . the one tats hot on one side **** not the othere is the bad one !
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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