Why is the lightning bolt light on my Jeep Commander?
After a new thermostat and pressure cap, if the temp needle still doesn’t move, I’d inspect the wiring and test the sensor with a ohm meter. It could be you have air in the system that is keeping the temp sensor uncovered. The 4.7 and 5.7 have purge plugs but the 3.7 apparently doesn’t.
Which is the best review of a 2006 Jeep Commander?
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What kind of engine does a Jeep Commander have?
The Jeep Commander comes standard with a 3.7-liter V6 that produces 210 horsepower and 235 pound-feet of torque. The Limited is equipped with a 4.7-liter V8 capable of pumping out 235 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque. Optional on the Limited is a 5.7-liter V8, which produces 330 hp and 375 lb-ft of torque.
What does a red lightning bolt on the dash mean?
The one that looks like a red lightning volt. What does this mean? My car has an automatic transmission. Hi there. The lightning bolt on the dash means that there is a problem with the electronic throttle control system in your vehicle. Get a code reader and scan the engine for any logged codes.
What kind of engine does Jeep Commander have?
What is the engine size, Jeep Commander Off-road vehicle 2006 5.7 i V8 Hemi 4WD Limited (326 Hp)? How many cylinders, 2006 Jeep 5.7 i V8 Hemi 4WD Limited (326 Hp)?
What is the curb weigh, 2006 Jeep Commander?
What is the curb weigh, 2006 Jeep Commander 5.7 i V8 Hemi 4WD Limited (326 Hp)? What is the gross weigh, 2006 Jeep Commander 5.7 i V8 Hemi 4WD Limited (326 Hp)? How much trunk (boot) space, 2006 Jeep Commander Off-road vehicle?
What are the warning lights on a jeep?
The following are warning lights and indicators found in vehicles built by Jeep. Click a link to learn more about each one. They are roughly ordered by importance, which tends to be by color (red, amber, yellow, orange, green, blue, gray), but there are nearly 80 of them so be patient!