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'95 Jeep Gr Ch Lrd alarm goes off when I try to start it.

I pulled the negative terminal of my battery, but it still goes off. I checked my doors. The rear hatch has trouble with the key, I thought this might be the problem.
I looked at the fuses, removed the ones that worked with the horn and alarm, but this didn't do anything.

How can I get it started?

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  • al_drummer1 Dec 16, 2008

    Pulling the fuse didn't shut down the alarm system. When I tried to turn it over, the engine just wouldn't go. The starter sounds like it is winding, but acts like the engine is locked. My "check engine" light is coming on. What do I do now?

  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    I got the alarm to where it won't go off now, but my engine still won't turn over. Thoughts?

  • gymfreak6 Dec 23, 2008

    I just replaced the starter in my grand jeep cherokee and when the battery was reconnected the alarm came on. I did exactly what the manual said but, it didn't work this time.

  • jasonm0901 Mar 15, 2009

    my engine turns over but does not start.if i keep playing with the locking system for the alarm to disengage then the truck will start.but it will take about 45 min to get it to start.what fuse turns off the alarm.my fuse box is on the side of the passenger,side of the dash board.and i have fuse box under the hood to.I just want to disarm the alarm system were is the fuse located at.

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Sounds like someone used a slim jim and knocked the rod that disengages the alarm from the drivers door. or the switch is bad and not disarming when you unlock the door

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First remove the bottom acess panel in glovebox, [3 screws] pull it out. then the far right black oversize fuse closest to you pull out. that is fuse and buzzer for factory alarm.. leave the fuse out and put panel back in. that should disengage the alarm...

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