There were 2 directions that I found. Here they are:
With the engine off, turn the ignition switch to "On" without starting the engine.
Within a 10 second interval, push the accelerator pedal all the way down slowly three times within 10 seconds.
Turn the ignition switch to the "LOC" position.
Second one is:
Turn the key in your ignition to "ACC." Do not start the engine.
Press the "Step" button. This button is located on the instrument panel under the display that tells you how many miles until the car needs to have the oil changed again.
Press the "Reset" button until the display shows "3000 Miles to Service."
Turn the key to the "OFF" position and remove it from the ignition. The oil monitoring system has been reset.
Hope this solves your issue.
My 2005 Chrysler Pacifica is shaking still after I took it to a repair shop they fixed the motor mount front left and said that I have to get the engine mount right, left , front and rear, transmission mount engine mount front right. How many mounts are there.
The U110C is a BUS Message and usually has to do with both PCM and BCM, because its a lose of BUS Signal between the PCM and the BCM.
FIRST THING TO TRY:
The first thing I would try is remove the negative battery cable for 20 seconds then replace it. NEXT: Start the engine several times then let idle for 10 to 20 minutes then start it several more times and if the code doesn't return and the check engine light stays out, simple drive it for awhile like you normally would. If the code come right back, below is some common problems.
COMMON CAUSES of U110C:
(1) Communication with BCM is lost / See if you can communicate with the BCM.
(2) PCI Bus Circuit open between PCM and BCM / Check the positive and negative bus signal at both the PCM and BCM.
(5) Fuel Level Bus Message is missing
Obviously, all these issues must be tested to see which one is causing the problem. BUT first try the battery cable removal and see what happens.
Let me know the out come and I'll try to help further.
Hope this helps and have an awesome day!
I am not familiar with the model so I am not aware of any quirks it might have.
It has to be assumed the oil light is telling the truth and there is in fact little or no oil pressure on initial start up.
An oil switch doesn't put the light on at zero pressure but whenever the pressure falls below whatever the minimum rating of the specified switch happens to be - the lowest I have encountered is 4lb and others have been as high as 12lb sq in.
I have encountered similar problems before and on all occasions except two it was caused by oil drain back - due to time and gravity the oil in the lubrication system would drain back into the oil pan causing a "dry start".
The causes for this have variously been a low oil level, an excessively worn oil pump, a fractured or displaced oil suction pipe or the wrong oil filter. This refers to the canister type or spin-on filter, some of which contained a valve to prevent drain back. The valve wasn't incorporated into the offerings of many aftermarket suppliers.
The other two instances were caused by a partial blockage of the suction pipe gauze filter by the collapse or pushing up of the steel oil pan after being heavily grounded.
You might take a look at this article.
On a fully warmed up engine at idle, the oil pressure, 5psi min. So says my database.
You might be able to use an analog gage in place of the oil pressure sending unit, to double check oil pressure.
I tried the DIY service and repair manuals from a website and it actually helped me repair transmission problem in my ford explorer. it wont move forward or reverse, engine
is good both solenoids for forward and reverse work.
I don't have much technical knowledge but I just followed it step-wise, and works perfect! got it from www.reliable-store.com
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