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It most likely will!
I've had such problems with one just like yours.
I'd be really sure you don't start something you would rather not have the money to fix.
If it were me, I might even think about leaving the present radio hooked up, and adding a radio separately wired to get the sound you want!
I think you should be able to detach the speaker wires without activating the alarm, and you might use them for your new head, or something.
God bless your efforts.
if you beat on the bottom of the dash where youre knees are it will probably come on common problem, on my 98 i pulled the cluster (not hard) and took a pair of needle nose pliers and just slightly twisted all the pins that go into the back of the cluster to make better contact than put dilectric grease on them if you google cherokee forums you will find all the answers you need
I had the exact same issue with my 1999 cherokee. None of the gauges worked, the red airbag light was on, the horn didn't work etc.... After going to several different mechanics, it was determined that i had a bad ECM computer. I got online, went to autocomputer exchange.com, got a remanufactured computer, put it in... and all the gauges now work. I highly recommend doing this, because the dealership will screw you for almost $1000 for a new computer... whereas, I paid only $225 for the one from autocomputer exchange. Anyhow, everything works great now.