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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-06-2018, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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2006 Commander Base but Loaded

Hi Everyone,

I have a 2006 Commander 3.7 sport that I bought used about three years ago. It's a base trim, but then they pretty much added everything to it. Aside from having the 3.7L, 4WD Low, memory position seats, and auto dim driver side mirror, I believe it has every possible trim option. This includes the sunroof, which I have a love/hate relationship with due to the defective design of the rear drain tubes. Anyway, currently, I'll be looking to see if anyone can provide me with pics or a diagram of the location of the parking brake wire under the driver's kick panel for a stereo install I'm doing.
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I can't tell you where it is. But the service manual shows the park brake switch using a dark-green with white stripe wire.

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Thanks for the info! It gives me something to go on.
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I'm brand new to the forum, so I don't have full permissions yet, but I just read a post about another member's electrical issue that I think I might have info on. I am unable to reply to his post. Is the best way to send him a PM? Or, is there a way to post the info here and tag the other member?
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Hi Everyone,

I have a 2006 Commander 3.7 sport that I bought used about three years ago. It's a base trim, but then they pretty much added everything to it. Aside from having the 3.7L, 4WD Low, memory position seats, and auto dim driver side mirror, I believe it has every possible trim option. This includes the sunroof, which I have a love/hate relationship with due to the defective design of the rear drain tubes. Anyway, currently, I'll be looking to see if anyone can provide me with pics or a diagram of the location of the parking brake wire under the driver's kick panel for a stereo install I'm doing.
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Look at this thread it may help with wire locations

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums...locations.html

Also the parking brake switch is on the parking brake lever assembly under the center console. This thread is about the seat belts but describes removing the center console.
https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...-assembly.html

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Look at this thread it may help with wire locations

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums...locations.html

Also the parking brake switch is on the parking brake lever assembly under the center console. This thread is about the seat belts but describes removing the center console.
https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums...-assembly.html
Thanks, @rblapham !
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