Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My anti theft system sometimes works ok then decides not to work!..you have to click the door open twice to unlock the system but sometimes it takes 15 mins before decides to work!!....have decided if it is poss to remove the system and drive normally without stress!!!! How do i remove the system?........thanks
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Posted on Dec 21, 2017
Not sure what he did but my mechanic disconnected my security system and it runs ok now. He said after a few years they just wear out. He said it has to be someone who knows what they are doing or could cost a lot of money if you mess up.
Posted on Dec 21, 2017
I had the same problem and it turned out that I had hit the key fob accidentally, while in the car. I just had to hit the unlock button on the key fob. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 30, 2009
According to the people at jeep it can not be disabled. WRONG!!!! here are the steps that work.
First you must pull the plastic off the front of the dash on the passenger side.
Behind the glove box you will find a metal box shaped compartment.
Inside that box is your alarm. DO NOT DISCONNECT IT YET!!!!!!!!!!
The most important thing is the jeep must be running before you disconnect the alarm.
Start the jeep and look at the little box and you will find one screw that is holding the alarm box in place. remove the screw and disconnect the wires going to it.
At this point you can turn off the jeep.
The reason you must have the jeep running is the computer shows it has an alarm in place and if you disconnect it while the jeep is not running it will shut down the jeep thinking it has been stolen.
With the jeep running and you disconnect the alarm it will not be able to send the code to the computer showing an alarm is in place and the jeep alarm will not cause you any problems ever again..
If you have questions about this just let me know at [email protected]
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
You will find the problem in one of three places...Either the horn contacts inside the steering wheel are bad, the relay is sticking or the horn itself has failed or is failing. All give similar symptoms.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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