Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It sounds like u have a gound stored in youer key switch c if this will help you the next time it happens to you do not trne the key yet just live it where it is now open youer hood git out an pop the hood now look foupr the fuse boxs .thewre will be a lot of wiries going in to it look an see if just by moveing the wiries with youer hand if u can here the car busser now makeing sonuds agans.if so the stord is in the fuse box.its ez fome ther on out i hope this help u out
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
cant tell you whats wrong. obovously some kind of wiring issue. but DOCUMENT DOCUMENT DOCUMENT and take it to the dealer every time for warranty issues!!! If they cant fix it you can lemon it out after 3 failed attempts. i found a free lemon lawyer online and lemoned out a '04 blazer for a leak that started right after i bought it. i think problems have to start within the first 2000 miles so you are well within that restriction!!!!
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Anytime you disconnect and reconnect your battery, the factory alarm will arm upon reconnection and the truck will not start. You have to close your doors, then manually lock and unlock the door with your key. This should turn off the security system and you should be able to start the truck.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Ok... using a digital ohmeter (if you don't have a scan tool) check the throttle position sensor, mass air flow sensor and the manifold pressure sensor (MAP). Instructions for testing are too long for me to write them out, but can be found in any decent repair manual. As a last resort, you can swap parts from another known good vehicle (maybe from a friend) this won't damage anything unless you break something during r&r. I'm leaning towards the tps, but on this electronic junk, everything feeds off of everything else and it's easy to get fooled... could even be the crank sensor. Sorry to be so vauge but without being there and driving/testing myself I can't honestly be positive enough for a definite answer. (you did change the fuel filter, right?)
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
it is a problem with the electric panel...i had the same problem with my jeep grand cherokee 2005 and took it to the dealer and they covered it under the warranty
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
You need to replace the SKIM module and have it programmed. It needs to be programmed to the PCM with the VIN and the keys all have to be programmed to the module. I don't think aftermarket scanners are capable of all that is involved so you may have to go to the dealer to get it done. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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