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    Question dash button

    on the dash panel of my 98 wrangler there is a little knob that says TYPE 20 beside it .It is in the middle at the bottom . what the hell is it and what does it do , I am scared to twist it as I do not want the gauges to suddenly stop or change to metric or something else , lol . Thanks for any info

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    got a pic of the offending knob? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    got a pic of the offending knob? lol
    sorry , no pics , Bullwinkle , no cell phone

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    Dont recall one on my old TJ. Bottom middle section have the 5 spots for toggle switches?
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    where is it exactly, in the center panel with radio/heat controls or on the gauge cluster?

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    it is in the bottom of the guage cluster , Bullwinkle

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpin View Post
    it is in the bottom of the guage cluster , Bullwinkle
    the only button on the gauge cluster should be the odometer/trip meter reset

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    the only button on the gauge cluster should be the odometer/trip meter reset
    did not know that there was a trip odometer in my 98 wrangler , lol , will check it out tomorrow as it is -25 outside and I have a nice fire going watching the Olympics , thanks again Bullwinkle

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    lol no problem... ya stay by the fire it'll be there later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    lol no problem... ya stay by the fire it'll be there later
    Bingo Bullwinke , I pressed the magic button and found out it is a trip odometer , lol . Will my Jeep never stop amazing me , liking it more and more all the time . Thanks again - Ryan

 

 

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