Anti theft wont start

Asked by Jun 19, 2016 at 06:11 PM about the Jeep Cherokee

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2002 jeep cherokee wont
start due to anti theft. Took
neg off battery. Does not
have passenger side door
lock

4 Answers

118,555

Lock all but the drivers door from the inside using the lock knobs, do not use the electric locks, close and use the key to lock the drivers door, wait at least 30 seconds, then using the key unlock the drivers door, open it up. that should disarm the system, if it doesn't then there is a programming error in the security system or the chip in the key has went bye bye.

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My Jeep Grand Cherokee 2001 has the key stuck o. The door and don't let me take it out .

The key does not fit driver side door. THEY put a different door on driver side.. so can't lock Jeep have no way to get door open...

118,555

Call a locksmith, he can pick out the code and cut a key for that door, but you will still need the the first kept for the ignition.

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