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Re: 2002 jeep grand cherokee
Basicly you have to take apart the steering column cover and the switch is held in place with screws.
If you have to take the steering wheel off, it is best done by a
qualified tech. There is an airbag in the steering wheel that has to be
disconnected. THIS AIRBAG CAN GO OFF, PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS
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On older jeeps, the upper radiator support is held by torx screws, T30, if I recall, but maybe T27. Drain radiator, remove upper and lower hoses, disconnect transmission cooler lines, remove upper radiator support panel, and hood latch if necessary. Check for obstructions-radiator should be free to lift out. Funny that the radiator support and hood latch were both held by torx screws, but were different sizes.
There is an issue with your transponder key. Call a locksmith and have them reprogram the key you have into the computer. I do this all the time. Depending on who changed out the ignition they may have don't damage to the reader that surrounds the ignition. Sometimes they don't put it back in the right spot and it won't read the key.
The key problem could be a worn out key that is not disengaging the
tumblers in the ignition switch or tumblers that are sticking(squirt a
little wd40 in the ignition cylinder and move the key in and out a
couple of times) inside the switch. Make sure the shifter is fully in