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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The title of you problem mentions the horn but the actual problem mentions the flashers? Which is it? You can turn the 'horn beep' feature on and off by simultaneously holding the lock and unlock buttons down on the remote for about 3 seconds or more. When the horn feature is turned on you will hear the horn, and when it turns off you will only see the lights flash.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: remote keyeless entry
a common issue i see alot in the WJ grand cherokee body style is that the wires between the door and body break and cause all kinds of issues like this. usually its on the drivers side in that black rubber wire loom
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
he is pushing the button a second time which is unnecessary.
it will cause damage to the lock actuators. yours will do it if you push the lock button a second time, but i do not recommend as stated above.
Posted on May 15, 2009
Check Fuse 10 in the "Power distribution center". It is conntected to Fuse Block to Fuses 1,2 and 3. Fuse 1 and 2 is connected to Head lights switch. Fuse 3 is for Remote keyless entry module. This circuit is something happend. Here are the photos of fuses: http://www.ptcruiser.fi/ptgalleria/albums/userpics/Power_distripution_center.jpg http://www.ptcruiser.fi/ptgalleria/albums/userpics/fuse_block.jpg
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Horns are usually in front of the radiator and behind the grill--look for two of them, one on each side. Make sure they both sound. If only one works, there is a significant reduction in sound level. There may be road debris stuffed into the horn's throats--poke a hooked stiff wire into the throats and see if anything comes out. Most are sealed and can't be taken apart to clean--replacement is about the only recourse. (look in a wrecking yard for replacements)
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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