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How to reset security system on 2001 dodge durango

I replaced the battery and now the headlights,doorlocks,doom light
dont work,someone told me at Auto Zone that i need to reset the
security system,,,,please tell me how,,thank you for your time,im
out of work,havent the money to take to a dealership,,,

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Try using key in doors to unlock them.

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Undo the battery cable for a couple of minutes

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