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Dude.

Your original post instructed to press and hold the accelerator for 30 seconds and then do the gig with the brake pedal. This does not reset shit.

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This works for my 2012 WK2 diesel. If it doesn't work for you you're either doing it wrong or have a different model.

1. Cycle the ignition to the "ON/RUN" position (Do not start the engine).
2. Fully depress the accelerator pedal and keep it fully depressed for at least 30 seconds.
3. Press and release the brake pedal six times while holding the accelerator pedal pressed.
4. Perform one ignition OFF-ON cycle, start the engine and verify that the reminder has been reset.
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The above are NOT the correct instructions for 2015 WK2 Diesel. These don't work.

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2015 - 2012 = 3.

Years.

A whole lot of a difference.

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Hmm sure worked for me ...go figure hey !!
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So evidently the wrong instructions are in our manual. Our vehicle's reset by the following:

1. Cycle the ignition to the "ON/RUN" position (Do not start the engine).
2. Fully depress the accelerator pedal and keep it fully depressed for at least 30 seconds.
3. Press and release the brake pedal six times while holding the accelerator pedal pressed.
4. Perform one ignition OFF-ON cycle, start the engine and verify that the reminder has been reset.

Wow!
A big thank you GlugGlug for this info.
I have been trying to reset this damn message for weeks.
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A big thank you Glug Glug your way worked for me 2012 overland 5.7. Cheers
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For MY11 - 13 the instructions are in the vehicle handbook and are as Glug Glug posted

Don’t know about later models but I would presume it would also be there as well

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So I just did my 30k service on MY15 and had to use sockeyes way so guessing 14 on would use the accelerator 3 times method.
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Default Yes Finally - Oil Indicator reset - WK 2014

Hey guys, thanks for everyone's input. There is some key differences with various models but i finally got it work in my GC 2014 Limited Ecodiesel.

Cycle ignition to run without foot on the brake.
Press accelerator to floor 3 times and hold down on the third,
Press and release brake 6 times, (Leave foot on accelerator)
while leaving the accelerator depressed to the floor, cylce the ignition back to off and then to run again (without starting) then to off.
Now start vehicle as per normal.

I had to do it 2-3 times. The final go before starting the sequence, I left the jeep sit for 1-2 mins to wait for the electrics and computer to fully shut down and dash to go black. Then go for it!!

100% oil life you beauty!
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