Question about Cars & Trucks
Just purchased a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the radio is just saying "wait" even after a couple of hours. Do I need to go to Jeep to reset something or would disconnecting the battery sort it out?
There is a "wait" period because someone has entered the wrong code 3 times.
You can try waiting with the key in the run position for 45 minutes. Just watch out for the lights coming on as that would just kill the battery.
Don't start it.... just leave the key all the way forward in the run position for about an hour.
The radio should say "code" after 45 min or so.
If you don't have the proper code, Just call any jeep dealer and talk to someone on the service drive... tell them you changed your battery and the radio wants a code that you don't have.
They should help you through the problem.
You can look in the glove box and in the owners manual for a code sticker.... Some people stick them to the back of the glove box or on the radio page of the owners manual.
Hope this helps
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