Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
First thing I'd check is each and every wire where the alarm had been attached. if it was aftermarket, there will be tape on the ignition harness. remove tape and check that each wire still is connected, then re-tape. If it was a factory alarm, it would be good to find out what exactly was done by the person that removed it. What was eliminated, jumped etc.
Otherwise go over entire ignition and fuel system using standard tests outlined in manuals. It may be a "normal failure" that can be diagnosed.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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