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Perhaps not, the salesman didn't know Jeep made a diesel. I was hoping to get some useful information form this site, maybe there is still hope.
 

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Perhaps not, the salesman didn't know Jeep made a diesel. I was hoping to get some useful information form this site, maybe there is still hope.
we would both be assuming that the scroll arrows and the OK button on the left side of your steering wheel are functioning properly. I know it's a stretch but it is possible that you have a problem. I'm not in my vehicle and working from memory... Press the down arrow under the OK until an icon appears that looks like the front of a vehicle then the right arrow which should cycle through voltage, temp, tire pressure and DEF which is shown as a percentage. this might not be accurate but if you keep pushing ups down rights and lefts you will stumble on it... Once again I'm assuming nothing is wrong with your vehicle. Even if your salesman doesn't know they must have someone in service who can verify your controls aren't malfunctioning.
 

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Perhaps not, the salesman didn't know Jeep made a diesel. I was hoping to get some useful information form this site, maybe there is still hope.
On the Summit, the DEF level is indicated on the dash by toggling through all the display options with the steering wheel button (+). The vehicle speed posts at the top and the DEF level has its own reading towards the bottom with a digital gauge reading and a percentage reading.
 

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And I think you are correct, my salesman didn't know anything about the vehicle. Looks like they would have attended a training class on this. It seems the purchaser might no more about this vehicle than dealers and sales staff. Upon delivery, my salesman said "ok, this if the front door, here is your steering wheel, this looks like your info center, and here is a CD to help you with any questions"
 

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Which is sad, because their all supposed to attend training on it. I got my Summit at a dealer where a friend works. In addition to class, he spent time in the all vehicles learning all the interfaces. Not like they don't have downtime after all.
 

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To find the DEF level use the up/down arrows until the EVIC displays vehicle information. The use the left/right arrown until you see the DEF level. In vehicle information is also where you can fine the trans temp and tire pressure.
 
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