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Unread 07-11-2009, 09:48 PM   #16
95cherokee84
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Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: vermont
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i have a 2004 stock grand cherokee limited with a keyless remote alarm set up from factory me my wife and my dad were standing in the driveway keys in my pocket and i wasnt leaning on anything the blinkers blinked twice like the caution 4 ways were on. it didnt beep like it would for an alarm the lights didnt flash like it would if i unlocked it. it just blinked 1 time (really odd id say) i took the keys out of my pocket pressed the various buttons (alarm lock and unlock) and did checks (wires batery botrh the remote and car) couldnt find out why or for what reason BUT...... it happened 1 day prior to me sending my old 95 cherokee i flipped in august of last year to the junk yard. I had a flatbed salvage yard pick it up the next day. could it be because the jeep was saying to me it will take care of you like my predecessor did in the accident? ( i flipped the regular xj cherokee totaling it but was able to walk away with out much scatches). i do not know but i just have that odd experience and weird feeling alos it hasnt happened again since that one time go figure

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Unread 07-12-2009, 07:04 AM   #17
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10 month old post, but I wonder how the OP made out ?
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