Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This depends on if its a factory alarm or not,if its factory then try using the key to unlock the door if it doesnt work on the driverside then unlock the passenger side door this is due to a bad door lock switch on the driver door, if its aftermarket you nned to look under the dash and find the wire for the starter coming down the steering column, you will see a yellow wire i belive the wire will be cut in half and connected to two diffrent wires, cut it and connect it back together and it will start you will then need to look further for fuses on alarm wires and remove the fuses as the alarm module is bad, a good way to tell its a factory alarm is the trucks horn is the siren, if this is the case then its probably factory and door switch is bad in the lock so try pass/side lock.hope this is helpful.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There might be a problem if it wont start on the first try?, preventing the injectors from flooding the cylinders. I would not attempt to disengage this.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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