I think you can go to the official Jeep website and register with the VIN# as the current owner. You can download .pdf's of the Owner's Manual and a few others, like warranty and radio manuals, the quick start guide, etc.
Chrysler stopped putting Owner Manuals in the glove compartments in new cars, no one read them so they were wasting money. They come instead with a quick start guide (a mini-owner's manual) and DVD. If you were the first owner you could call a number and get a full Owners Manual sent to you free of charge, subsequent owners have to purchase them. The number of used Commander owners that have no owners manual with them, just goes to show you Chrysler was right, NO one reads them or even notices if they are missing, it was a waste of money.
The FSM is sold for $109+ direct from Chrysler and about the same price for all the other Manufacturer direct manuals.
I've found parts catalogues through google searches.
I know an electronic copy of a FSM has been floating around, do a search, you might be able to message the guy with it and get it from him.
Be wary of ebay auctions for a CD with all the manuals for your vehicle on it. Usually those are a rip off and just contain a couple of manuals you can download for free from the internet, they do NOT have the FSM or others that you must pay for.
BTW, they never made a Haynes or Chilton manual for the Commander, but the Commander is the same year Grand Cherokee with a different body. So there is a lot (but NOT all) that would cross over in repair information from an aftermarket repair manual for a 2005-2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Last edited by Mongo; 04-06-2016 at 02:50 PM.