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how do i find the immobilizer on a 2006 jeep commander

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i am going crazy trying to find the immobilizer on my 2006 jeep commander . ive read the manual and instructions but there is hardly any space back there.  i cant find anything that looks like an immobilizer and there is hardly any space behind the key cylinder.   how do you get in there to mess with the wires.? the space is insanely small or my hands are huge.

I read i need to connect the yellow wire to yellow wire. i did that.

but the other 4 wires do i just use a t-tap to connect them to the wire at the ignition harness?

white/red - Orange Brown 72

Green/Red - Purple /Brown 46

Yellow/Red - Pink/Green 54

Blue/White - battery 12 v ( pictures shows connecting to kick pannel istead of Blue/red in ignition harness)

 

None of the videos of installation online show anybody connecting any of the wires in the 20 pic connector.

also, the instructions in the pdf show using the 12v battery wire nearthe kick panel instead in the 12v battery wire that is in the ignition harness(blue/Red)

 

Help me please!
asked Dec 9, 2018 in Jeep by Maximillan Tapper (230 points)

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The connector you are looking for is the ignition harness. The position of the barrel is tricky on the Commander, not easy to install. Might consider professional installation here.
answered Dec 10, 2018 by Mathieu Bertrand Collin (51,270 points)
i actually removed the ignition and was able to get to it easier.  i found an installation video for a 2005 grand cherokee that was the same a s the commander

 

Now everything is set up properly but it wont auto start.  when i press the lock button 3 times it beeps then locks or unlocks the doors then lights blink on the fortin unit like it is trying to start but nothing happens.. it actually tries twice and nothings starts then it beeps

i wired it exctly like as show for F in the manual
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found it. thanxeverything is working perfectly.  this is definitely not easy but with patience it is well worth it. took two weeks to install but now im happy.
answered Dec 12, 2018 by Maximillan Tapper (230 points)
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