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Hey whay's up. I have 06 commander 65th edition and purchased entire interior from 06 limited.Without changing the entire wiring harness, I want to get passenger seat power (I don't have a service manual or cd-rom). I also want to hook up the dvd player in console/overhead and smart mirror blue tooth to function with the navigational radio.Radio was a breeze to install(just waiting for my nav. antenna). Any help would be great. Tryin to put the puzzle together.
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If you have the harness, I would use it. It makes the whole thing a lot easier. Here's a similar request but just for seats. https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...1797#post11797

The parts you want to hook up are fairly easy. Did you get the hands free module? Basically the wires go from the hands free module to the radio and the mirror, there's about 5 wires to the module, I'll see if I can dig up the schematic.
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I have the harness. There is one large and 2 smaller harnesses. I don't want to take the entire interior out of the car to install the harness. If there is a way to do it I will take a shot. But for me to try to match up and trace wires it is not worth it. I don't think it is as easy as plugging up. A lot of alike plugs fit to one component. Such as the dvd player. By the way I am the one with the seat problem. I can't believe that a power supply won't get it going. What do you think? Any easy fixes? Thanks for replying
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I was lookin through the service manual last night but didn't have time to narrow down the right pages. You want power for the pass seat, what about the heated seats or memory? When you say entire interior, does that mean trim panels and all?
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To have the heated seats I would need to change the entire heating control panel(I have this piece) because the controls are on that panel and not the seat.You probably knew that.
I don't think I can install that unless I have a dual heating system in my vehicle.
So I guess I would be happy if I could jump a feed from my in dash power supply or fuse box directly to the seat. I am hoping I could identify the hot and the return. Then I believe I am in business.
I also have the factory console/roof mounted dvd player and I need a schematic and wiring diagram. Thanks for replying
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Oh, by the way, yes I have all the panels except for the one below the sterring wheel and the glove box.
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I'll swap my V6 engine for a HEMI. LOL
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Re: vehicle parts swapping

Boy, all that work sounds like a head ache! Wouldn't it have been less expensive to buy it that way, ie your time.
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I lease and plan to buy. The lease for a limited was crazy compared to what I lease for. But it definitely is a bit of as head ache.
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Re: vehicle parts swapping

I work at a car factory so this kind of stuff is fun. It would take me about 6 hrs to strip out the interior, change all the harness's and put it all back together. I'll be lookin for leather heated seats in the near future. If you don't mind me asking, how much would the whole interior be?
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