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My 2014 jeep patriot won't start because battery in key fob caused key fob to melt now i can't start my jeep it turns on and then right back off and dealership isn't open til morning i have to be at work at 4 am

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Every car comes with 2 keys --use the spare key

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the key has lost its code. open the doors manually and use the central locking button inside the car. hold it down and keep pressing your key fob. this should re code the key

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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SOURCE: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Locked

did you try calling a dealer sometimes they are the only ones that can reprogrm these things

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: 2007 Jeep Compass won't start.

reboot the computer by disconnecting the battery and reconnecting

Posted on Feb 26, 2010

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SOURCE: 2008 Jeep Compass won't start. Lights are bright

I had same prob with Grand Cherokee - no rhyme nor reason as to when, where or why it wouldn't start. After two new starters the shop finally found a starter wire/cable that was corroded on the inside. Mech' could move it back and forth and it would / would not start. Changed cable six months ago - no problems since. Hope it helps.

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

Brian Burke

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Hi Hal,

Did you ever get this resolved? Looks like you didn't get any feedback here! I'm having the same issue sporadically. I turn the key and nothing. Usually if I keep trying it will eventually start cranking and start. Usually within 10 - 15 tries. happened last night. After it started, I got the "Service Security Key" message. I looked in the manual and it does say what that means. Don't know if it is programming (probably not because the fob works 97% of teh time) or maybe just a dying battery. If you can share anything you might have founf out I'd appreciate it! thanks!
Brian

Posted on Dec 10, 2011

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are you saying both fobs fail?
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page 25 it tell you,

http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/

lost the guide, well there it is
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never run newer car (heck any) with just 1 key.
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