I bought my Renegade 3.5 years ago, so I'm guessing it's 2019 or 2018, and yes, it's an European version (I'm from Macedonia). It's a 1.6 MJet Diesel Longitude version with manual transmission. I don't know the exact Uconnect version, but I'm guessing it's up to date since I've been making all my regular services in the authorized dealership. Now that my warantee expired, this is the first time I'm trying to do something on my own. I already bought the brake pads, as well as the Lambda probe (I got frequent "Check Engine" light turning on and off intermittently), so I assumed that I could do all this by myself (and a friend who knows a bit more than me on car repairs).You didn't say which year Renegade you have (I assume a European version...?), and possibly what Uconnect you have.
I've never done this; but, yes, what Ops quoted above is from the 2021 Owner's Manual (which both of us have). No need to go into Uconnect or any other setting.
Note that it says that if the mode is engaged, the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) fault will display when the ignition is ON. So that should confirm whether it worked or not...
Now, I believe that all I should do is turn off the "Auto Park Brake" option, so that the park brake is not applied when vehicle is turned off, and I can do the replacement. But I wanted to check here first, whether I can get the "Brake Service Mode" option to somehow appear in the menu. I'll try the steps that Ops mentioned in his post (most of those are for automatic transmission as far as I can see, but nontheless), and see whether I'll have any luck with it.