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Ship mode how do I get a jeep grand cherokee out of ship mode


love that question. where did you hear that.
it is true the maker ships it with all IOD fuses pulled
so the battery dont drain, out.
the SM covers that,
what year GC, 1993> nah but what year, we cant guess years, yet.
the lid on the fuse box is marked, IOD, clear as Day.

those fuses
are Ignition off draw , power drain
in old days called
Hot all the time fuses
each brain in car can suck power off, most do.
about .005 amps each but adds to say 20 mA.
and can cause, battery discharge problems in 30 days.
2010
see page 58/69/71 its in the glove box,

http://owners.mopar.ca/en/manuals/2010/ugGrand%20Cherokee.pdf

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How to get 2015 cherokee out of ship mode


what do you mean by ship
(my guess is car was never ever dealer serviced as delivered by rail?)
this is covered in the FSM, ever seen one,
lots of steps, including adding missing fuses.

the most odd question ever posted in 10 years, love em' !

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dealer only sorry take prof of owner ship

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Jermayne we just answered you in your real post.
go back and read and not piggy back relics.

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Ok.. I hope this help on your question
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