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Flasher lights stayed flashing, no gages would work.

Last night I unlocked my jeep with remote, the flashers stayed flashing, the headlights where flashing when I turned them on, even when I started it. The jeep started but the gages didn't work, the speedometer wouldn't work, the dome lights stayed on. We unhooked the battery and the stopped the lights and flashers from flashing. But nothing else corrected its self. When I got home I had to unhook the battery to get the dome lights to go out. HELP!!!! This is a Luxury Limited 4x4

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Try Re-Activating the Remote System to Lock, Unlock and back to Lock again several times. Does the original problem re-occur? If so there is a problem with the Remote System, and possibly with the Remote itself sticking. Try Lock and Unlock and disconnect the battery. Wait at least 5 to 30-minutes before reconnecting. The remote itself you can take apart and check to see if the depress button is sticking causing the signal to be constantly sent over and over again.

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