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Make sure the new battery is connected properly, and all the wiring is back the way it was.
Check the battery voltage to see if its at least 12.4 Volts.
If it's not, then have the battery charged.
AutoZone , Sears and others will check and charge the battery free. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
Testimonial: "Its a brand new battery in it,and no other wires were messed with but the pos and neg posts to unscrew them and screw them into the new one"
This is something a good DIY mechanic can only fix by being there when it happens. There are too many variables to do online.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the circuit boards on those factory remotes, sometime break where the battery is clipped in, check to make sure the solder is holding the clip properly and it is not loose, also they remote may need to be programmed to the vehcile with a scan tool, usually only found at GM, Also the rubber part of the remote on the inside where the pad touchs the circuit board, uses a small screwdriver and touch the exposed circuit, if the remote locks the doors, try putting in tiny peice of alumumn tape of the inside pad, the connectiveness of the rubber wears off. If not try above or dealer.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
try following your main groud from your battery to the frame and from the frame to the angine and then for certain brand of trucks ...from engine to starter!
could also be the selenoid there are two ...one on starter one on frame ... those clicks that you hear from under dash are the relays! it is normal ...means that power reache but doe's not mean that enougf power reaches!
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
I have a 1996 Grand Cherokee - the same problem, except my interior lights flash on and off at the same time. Did you get your problem solved?
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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