Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
A GM , jeep> ? Problem with 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
after market alarms ,sux. huh?
and out of business, sux time 10.
so , reverse the installation. easy huh
why run parts that have no documents.
or google search the www for your make and model, and get lucky.
or remove the old POS and get a new one.
3 choices,,,,,, id get it out.
i run cars that are silent, nobody listens to alarms now.
for immobilizer i run a fuel pump cut. ( a $1 hidden well switch)
(hint: use a magnetic switch that is impossible to find)
consider this, getting stuck on a long trip. and not way to fix it.
consider the future. id never run any car with out the full spec
on the path to starting the car, and driving. not me..
or call them (wild guess at maker) call em . 3003 is very old. and rare based on searches...... not a good thing that...
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if alarm is activated, it could be shutting off the starter, hence no starting....you may have to have a locksmith or electronics place disable the alarm so you can at least drive the thing
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
some alarms have kill switches, but most of them prevent the car from even starting. i would consider strongly getting the remote for the alarm or Completely disconnect the alarm module.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
under the ecu on the right hand side inner wing ,near the fuse box is the siren,un plug and remove the ecu then un plug the siren remove it by any means I had to pry mine off it has its own battery pack inside,I binned mine cos it doesn't affect the running of the Jeep hope you got sorted
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Replace the battery in th key fob to allow you to deactivate the alarm system. Use a small thin edged screw driver to pop open the cover on the fob to replace the battery.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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