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Start, run shortly, die. Not Security

It started out the security system wouldnt allow the jeep to run. I was able to turn the security system off, but the jeep is continuing to start, run shortly, then die again. Just like the security system is still on.

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If you have a keypad on the door, put in the security code and see if it cancels the problem. If you changed the code to your own personal code you may have to enter the factory code the car came with.

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I have a 1993 Jeep Grand Chorkee and just changed the battery. Now the Security system won't allow the car to start. HELP

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do you have a remote? sometimes when you have remote unlocks and lock with the remote and try to unlock manually(with key) the security system "thinks" its being picked and will not allow the vehicle to start or run.

if problem still occurs let us know and we will gladly get you through this

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My car starts and then dies

sounds like a security issue they installed a factory security system which will prevent the vehicle from running unless its reset go to passenger door lock turn key twice it worked for me after chasing other problems for a few hours

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94 jeep grand cheroke

If you remove the glove box you will find the alarm module behind it next to a relay box. If you unplug the module the Jeep should start.

May 21, 2008 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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