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Ok. I read the 1st post. So I will have to crawl under the rear bumper and see it there. Thanks again.

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Ok but where is the location of it? Near the brakes lights? Up, down, inside or out. Thank you. Steve.
Just forward of the rear L/H brake light. Get a torch and lie on the ground and shine it up and you should see it clipped into the side of the lower body of the car.
I've got an after market rear bar so I can see it clearly, you may need a small mirror because the standard bar may hide it slightly.

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Interior Body Exhauster Vent

I found the part number and there's even a second exhauster vent hidden behind the R/H tail light assembly as well.

EXHAUSTER, TAILGATE. Left, Left Side. Bodyside Aperture. .
2006 JEEP COMMANDER 4x4, No Ehauster on Right Side use Mastic Patch.
Stock Code 55394330AB ; 05058636AA; 55394330AA; 68002355AA; 68002355AB Manufacturer Mopar
EXHAUSTER. Right, Right Side, Tail Lamp. Quarter Panel. .

2006 JEEP COMMANDER 4x4, Tail Lamp Exhauster.
Stock Code 55136280AF ; 55136280AB; 55136280AC; 55136280AD; 55136280AE Manufacturer Mopar

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Since it was sourced from MoPar, it could be a part used on Dodge or Chrysler products. I know my fuse block under the hood is meant for other vehicles as well. Maybe a dealer could find this out. You could then try a junkyard for the more common vehicle.
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