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post #1 of 5 Old 03-09-2020, 09:26 PM Thread Starter
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Hot oil message and no start

Hello guys I have a 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport, some time ago it started to give me a “HOT OIL” message Where the mileage is displayed when I try to start it it does not starts displays only displays the message and beeps and I hear some click in the dash, near the A/C module, after trying to start it a couple times it does starts normally, i’ve never had the message displayed when running or something like that and there is no pattern on when it displays this message, it can be in the morning when the car is cold or it can be just after turning it off at the gas station and fueling the tank and it does not do it always sometimes there is weeks that it does not displays the message and sometimes ti does it every day but at the end it always turns on, i have taken in to a couple of dealerships and “specialized jeep mechanics” but they don’t find anything or just “can’t replicate the issue” I uploaded a video on youtube for you guys as reference, to see if maybe some of you have experienced this problem before or maybe know what is this exactly about, here is the link to the video https://youtu.be/U4ghU90IvDg any help would be very much apreciated, this is already driving me crazy, if I can’t get this fixed im thinking of getting rid of the jeep. Thanks again you all!
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what troubleshooting have you performed ?

Uploading video of a dash alert-indicator ≠ troubleshooting,fwiw.

Did you at least search this forum for your warning alert?



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I have looked a lot in this forum and other internet resources but i haven’t been able to find my case all i find related to this message is that it appears when the car is running going uphill or something like that and the tranny oil is actually hoy, witch is not my case i only saw one case that could relate to mine witch was solved replacing the ECM module And mine “was already replaced by the dealership” i dont know what trouble shooting to do, that why i’m posting here to see what you guys can tell me. Thanks in advance again
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If it is a rubicon check the front sway bar module. Unplug the main connector on the sway bar motor and see if its full of water. blow all the water out and leave it unplugged and see if that fixes your issue.
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If it is a rubicon check the front sway bar module. Unplug the main connector on the sway bar motor and see if its full of water. blow all the water out and leave it unplugged and see if that fixes your issue.
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Hello guys I have a 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport
So I don't believe they have a Rubicon.

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I have looked a lot in this forum and other internet resources but i haven’t been able to find my case all i find related to this message is that it appears when the car is running going uphill or something like that and the tranny oil is actually hoy, witch is not my case i only saw one case that could relate to mine witch was solved replacing the ECM module And mine “was already replaced by the dealership” i dont know what trouble shooting to do, that why i’m posting here to see what you guys can tell me. Thanks in advance again
It's really hard to help you unless you can tell us what you've tried and searched for. Stating you need help without going into details doesn't help anyone really. This is why @j3ff3ry_j33p requested more information from you.

You state the dealer has replaced the ECM, but you don't cover if this was in relation to your issue or something unrelated. So if the dealer replaced a part for this and it didn't solve your issue, then I would say that the dealer is on the hook for looking into this further as long as it wasn't somehting you asked them to do. If it was for something unrelated and your issue occurred after they replaced the ECM, then they're still on the hook for repairing what they caused. And if going to the dealer was unrelated to your issue and replacement of the ECM was for something else, then letting us know that can help you further.

Details of what you searched for, details of the ECM replacement since you mentioned it, and what you've tried leads to better help. So as you can see, you need to start providing more information.

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