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2005 jeep cherokee won't turn over - security light on dash flashes constantly - relay clicks but no juice to solenoid wire

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This vehicle is equipped with a factory alarm system i should deactivate with your remote switch or if you never used remote switch them the chip on the key remote is defective and you need a new key or reprogram the old key I hope this information has been useful good luck

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