Question about Cars & Trucks
1 Put your key in the ignition and turn it to the on position.
2 Press and hold the "program" switch on your Jeep's alarm transmitter.
3 Press any button on the car remote and hold down the "program" switch.
4 Now release both buttons.
5 Press the "program" switch on the Jeep's alarm transmitter one more time and let go of it.
6 Now take the key out of the ignition.
7 Try pressing a button on the remote control to see if it worked.
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