Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It depends on whether the system is oem or aftermarket. If it is OEM then you can refer to the owners manual. It will usually tell you which fuse is for the security system. The problem with if it is oem is that the fuse it probably linked to some other system that you might have to have to operate the vehicle.
If it is aftermarket there will be a fuse inline that you can pull and disable the system.
You might try to just take the key and lock and unlock the door and this should reset the system.
You can take the vehicle to most shops or audio shop for help disabling system.
I hope something here will be of help
Posted on May 10, 2010
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