What are these buttons?

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The Wrangler I test drove did not have these buttons above the rear view mirror.
Can anyone tell what they are?
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The Wrangler I test drove did not have these buttons above the rear view mirror.
Can anyone tell what they are?
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Aren't they just lights? Like indicators of airbags and such.
 
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Aren't they just lights? Like indicators of airbags and such.
In the Wrangler I drove it was one big indicator for the Passenger airbag.
This looks like 4 separate indicators or buttons. The first kind of looks like the button to turn off ParkSense
 

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In the Wrangler I drove it was one big indicator for the Passenger airbag.
This looks like 4 separate indicators or buttons. The first kind of looks like the button to turn off ParkSense
Oh yeah...mine just has one airbag one.
 

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On mine they are assist, sos, and I forget the others. Used for uconnect/sirius guardian.
 

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My JLUR isn't a loaded model. Just a single indicator for the passenger air bag status. The SOS, and other Guardian functions are on the mirror bracket.
 

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On mine they are assist, sos, and I forget the others. Used for uconnect/sirius guardian.
the assist and sos are on the mirror arm.

Likely they are just indicator lights if something is on or not. So something you'll never look at or use anyway.
 

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Did the Jeep have the power sliding sun top? If so, those probably operate that.
 

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They are NOT part of the Sky One-Touch roof. In the build-and-price they show up when you add the 8.4" Premium Audio package, but I don't know what they would be for... FYI, the sliding roof buttons look like this:

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Mysterey ... Button ...
Must ... Press ...
(Shiney, Kanday Red)
Mysterey ... Button ...
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(BOOM)
I know, it was killing me! Looks like they moved the assist and SOS button from the rear-view column to the console... RTFM - Page 399.
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They need to stop putting buttons that I'm not supposed to ever press. I look at my SOS and assist buttons all the time....I really hope if I press it one day, it will give me something good....

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the assist and sos are on the mirror arm.

Likely they are just indicator lights if something is on or not. So something you'll never look at or use anyway.
Toolman posted what mine are like in the diagram. Not all Jeeps are alike cause it depends on options.
 

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They need to stop putting buttons that I'm not supposed to ever press. I look at my SOS and assist buttons all the time....I really hope if I press it one day, it will give me something good....

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This is why I got the 7 inch data screen, and the $1200 Alpine Stereo, instead of the Infotainment Group.

It gets worse if you have ever had a dysfunctional family member in your car, one press 911 is not helpful, it is a disaster in waiting.

Also, Bacon Button... best option evar...!
 

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