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I just purchased a 2015 Renegade Limited loaded, wrecked with just 2800 miles on it. I used to rebuild Liberties as a hobby but thought I'd get into these Renegades since they are new. I'll be rebuilding this one myself as well.

I saw another post about looking for a Service manual...I too am looking. Dealer said they access this information through web via Jeep headquarters; presently nothing available through techauthority.com, and I called to verify this. Neither can answer my question about if or when something will be available.

So other than "where can I locate service information", can anyone describe to me the procedure for resetting the "Fuel Shut-off triggered" condition?

The passenger side airbags deployed including the dash, side, and front seat. With regards to replacing the airbag in the seat, is there a method for this? Does it require replacing the complete seat back cover since it was torn when the airbag deployed, or can the seat cover be repaired by replacing a section?

I'm positive I'll be having more questions, but as I go through the process of rebuilding the Renegade I'll be gaining a lot of experience I'll be able to share with the forum community in the weeks and months ahead.

Thanks!
 

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The fuel shut off triggered condition is covered on page 21 of my 2016 user guide. I would think it would be the same for the 2015. The owner's manual and the user guide can be downloaded free from www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals. I got my Sport about 4 days ago so I'm certainly a newbie. Good luck with your rebuild.
 

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I recently found the service manual on disc at techauthority.com. It's for the 2016 model which is essentially the same as the 2015. Here's the link:

https://www.techauthority.com/en-us/products/81-370-16028-CD
Excellent! Thanks Cruiser for following up with this and letting me know. I was just a few days away from signing up to an annual subscription to Mitchell in order to get service information at a cost of around $80 per month. I just received the DVD from techauthority and the information looks very good, it even has how-to videos which is more than Mitchell had.
 

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Excellent! Thanks Cruiser for following up with this and letting me know. I was just a few days away from signing up to an annual subscription to Mitchell in order to get service information at a cost of around $80 per month. I just received the DVD from techauthority and the information looks very good, it even has how-to videos which is more than Mitchell had.
Sounds like a good deal! Thanks for the mini review and I hope the DVD proves to be very useful to you.
 
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