Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I bought the 2004 Grand Cherokee several months ago. Both of the remote unlock transmitters I received were dead. I put new batteries in both of them. Now, both of them have a very short range. I have to be right in front of the Jeep for them to unlock it. I bought some more new batteries, but the same thing is happening. I have performed the re-programming procedure recommended by my owners manual, but I still have the problem.
I have seen some autozone parts stores with keyless remote displays. These were used to see if your keyless was transmitting so they could sell batteries for them. You could try to use their display and see how much range you are getting. I have never taken apart the unit in the car, but if it does not have an antenna it must use the body as an antenna. You might want to try a Salvage yard to see where the mating part is and what the wires attach to.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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