Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
The Lock Cylinder Switch, on the lock cylinder, is bad or the wire that
goes to it is broken and if its broken it will be in that rubber boot
that goes from the door to the body. You can disarm the alarm by unlocking
one of the other doors or tailgate with the key.
I found other comment about the same problem with one 06 overland, and say...
The way I found that works is to lock all the doors with the remote or the inside button, then pull the plunger up on the drivers door, close the door. Then open the door back up and push the drivers door plunger down. Watch the alarm light if it starts flashing then just open the door again and push the plunger up and then down.... Something like that worked for me, but it does not allow the alarm to set. That may not be the exact method but it is something similar to that, I would check but I don't have the jeep right now.
Hope this help.
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