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I have a 2003 jeep liberty limited edition. My battery died and i replaced it and when i started up my jeep again i went to listen to a cd and it wont go to the cd menu anymore. what could be the problem?

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Your Jeep has a security feature.When you replaced battery it caused the cd player to lock up. You need to contact your local Jeep dealership to obtain the security codes to unlock cd player. They usually have that information available. Good Luck

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