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JEEP Liberty: fixing..fault so that it clears the limp Mode?Thanks

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I have a JEEP Liberty (Cherokee in Australia) 2005 2.8 l CRD.
How do I clear the codes after fixing a fault so that it clears the Limp Mode?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Jeep
Expert:  ND-TECH replied 5 years ago.
you need to disconnect both the positive and negative battery terminals and touch them together and then leave them disconnected for 10 minutes. This will reset the all the modules on your vehicle, clear codes, and get it back to normal
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Unfortunately I tried that a few times and the codes are still there before starting the engine.
Even that ones that wouldn't come up till the engine starts running (camshaft sensor, oil pressure etc).
Expert:  ND-TECH replied 5 years ago.
Well if you have touched them together then either 1. you will need to clear them with a full level scan tool or 2. the problem is still there and has not been corrected
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