Jeep Cherokee starts then dies after 2 second's

Asked by Jul 22, 2016 at 04:17 PM about the 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I start my Jeep Cherokee it shuts off
after 2 second's alarm has disabled it what
can be done it will not allow me to reset it?

6 Answers

93,095

If the security system will nit reset and allow you to run the vehicle then it is likely that the programming is corrupt in the BCM, a dealer maybe able to reflash it to bring the programming back. Call them with the Vin and find out for sure, if it can't be reflashed then a new BCM will be needed.

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Thank you for your help will try this where is the BCM

93,095

On the back side of the inside fuse box, you will have to remove some dash pieces to gain access to it.

This is the most help I've got from anywhere!

93,095

Ex Jeep owner, had some trouble with my old Jeep, a reflash fixed it.

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Get the" new Rockies bypass passkey or vats and save a fortune,and get tech support while installing it,trust you'll be glad you did when the dealer gives you the initial a assessment of damage and cost plus labor you'll be glad I handed you this information best of luck you you

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