Question about 1993 Jeep Cherokee Country
Posted on Jul 06, 2012
Hi ,Disarm the a;arm by either unlocking the driver door, or ground the factory disable wire if yoyr alarm is niot functioning correctly
-Unscrew the security module from the backing plate and let it hang down for easy access ( the module is located to the right of the steering column w/ 2 screws holding it in place. But at this time do not unplug the main harness, or any adjacent connectors
-start the vehicle and let it run for a minute or so.
-Pull the red connector on the module
-Now turn off the engin, and then disconnect the battery, then turn the ignition switch to start to get rid of any residual power
-Reconnect the battery, and your good to go.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Stokkee, if you find out, could you let me know? I have the same problem! I have a friend who used to work for the dealership, that said he could not even start to tell me how, because it is in the overhead console, the dash and under the hood, and everything is interconnected, and he was afraid my jeep would not run again. I agree it is frustrating. I have kicked a lot of stuff around because of it.
What I have started doing, is I lock all the doors with the electronic lock button, then I open the driver door manually, then I lock it from the outside, or lock it by hand from inside, so the alarm is not activated. I forget now and then, and open the passenger door, and it goes to honking. It is easy to stop, but still makes me mad.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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