Chrysler Town and Country Light Resets
If you are looking for information on how to reset dashboard lights in the Chrysler Town and Country then you have come to the right place.
On this page you can find guides that cover model years 1996 through to 2023 and 3 different types of lights that can be reset.
Tire Pressure Monitoring
If your Chrysler Town and Country has a tire pressure monitoring system fitted then you may find the warning light appearing on the dashboard.
Once the tire pressures have been adjusted to the correct PSI the light may stay on anyway.
To turn it off you will need to perform a few easy tasks in order to reset it.
These instructions will vary year to year in the Chrysler Town and Country, so to get started choose your appropriate year from the list below:
At some point your Chrysler Town and Country will request that you change the oil using a prompt on the display in the dashboard.
You or a trained mechanic will want to flush the oil out of the system and replace it with new liquid which may not lead to the light switching off automatically.
To manually reset the oil maintenance warning in the Chrysler Town and Country you can follow the guides linked to below, first choose the relevant model year:
The ABS in your Chrysler Town and Country could fail for a variety of reasons, some of which you can easily fix yourself.
Even if you do fix the ABS issue you may still find that the warning light is still present on your dashboard.
To switch it back off again you can use the following guides, broken down into seperate model years:
Chrysler Town and Country
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
The Chrysler Town & Country is a minivan that was produced by the American car manufacturer between 1990 and 2016. Chrysler gave this model the namesake of the flagship station wagon of the same name that was on the market between 1941 and 1988.
A total of five generations hit the market over the course of its lifespan. The final generation debuted in 2008 and was discontinued in 2016.
The minivan featured both a 3-door and 4-door layout over the years, but the trend moved towards more doors as the Pacifica now features a 5-door configuration. This move was obviously made to compete with other models in the class which commonly featured five doors for convenience.
The most notable competition for the Town & Country includes the Dodge Grand Caravan, Honda Odyssey, and Toyota Sienna.
Trim levels have changed over the years, but the final iteration consisted of six packages. These consisted of the base LX, followed by the Touring, S, Touring L, Limited, and Limited Platinum.
Each trim featured increased luxury and premium features, apart from the S package. This version focused on giving the Town & Country a sporty feeling.
Chrysler also released the 30th and the 90th Anniversary Editions. These models gave homage to the long heritage of the model’s nameplate.
To provide sufficient performance for a large minivan, powertrains have typically ranged between 3.0 L and 4.0 L. Most of the engines offered were petrol, with the exception of a single 2.8 L diesel engine for certain markets.
Rather than being fully discontinued, Chrysler instead opted to retire the nameplate, giving the seventh generation the name Chrysler Pacifica. Unlike the original nameplate belonging to a station wagon, this change was done to keep the minivan class within Chrysler’s roster.