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2007 Jeep Commander Car Security Wiring Diagram

2007 Jeep Commander Alarm Wires

Find the right alarm wire colors, locations, and polarity with this 2007 Jeep Commander alarm wiring diagram. This will help you install your car alarm wiring correctly.

Application Wire Color and Location
Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire (+) Light Blue/Red
Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire Location At Ignition Harness
Starter Positive Wire (+) Pink/Orange
Starter Positive Wire Location At Ignition Harness
Secondary Starter Negative Wire (-) Purple/Brown (The starter #2 and accessory wire are the same, the starter #2 wire requires a (-) negative through a 180 ohm resistor, and an extra relay, the accessory wire requires a (-) negative through a 560 ohm resistor and an extra relay.)
Secondary Starter Negative Wire Location At Ignition Harness
Ignition Positive Wire (+) Pink/Light Green
Ignition Positive Wire Location At Ignition Harness
Accessory Positive Wire (+) The starter #2 and accessory wire are the same, the starter #2 wire requires a (-) negative through a 180 ohm resistor, and an extra relay, the accessory wire requires a (-) negative through a 560 ohm resistor and an extra relay.
Accessory Positive Wire Location At Ignition Harness

2007 Jeep Commander Alarm Sensor Wires

Find the right alarm sensor wire colors, locations, and polarity with this 2007 Jeep Commander alarm sensor wire chart. This will help you connect all your car alarm sensors correctly.

Application Wire Color and Location
Power Door Lock Negative Wire (-) Purple/Dark Green (1-Wire Door Locking System). This vehicle is a 1-wire door locking system, the lock requires a (-) negative through a 330 ohm resistor the unlock requires a (-) negative through a 100 ohm resistor. Some units will also require extra relays.
Power Door Lock Negative Wire Location At Drivers Door Module In Drivers Door
Power Door Unlock Negative Wire (-) Same Wire as Above.
Power Door Unlock Negative Wire Location N/A
Door Trigger Positive Wire (+) The drivers door is a purple (-) at pin 6, the passenger door is a purple/white (-) pin 7, the drivers rear door is a purple/gray (-) pin 4 and the passenger rear door is a purple/yellow pin 5 when connecting to an alarm system use all 4 wires and diode isolate.
Door Trigger Positive Wire Location In Each Kick Panel or Cluster (Connector 3).
Dome Light Supervision Wire (-) Yellow/Orange (Requires Relay)
Dome Light Supervision Wire Location At Under Dash Light or Cluster (Connector 2, Pin 12).
Trunk Release Negative Wire (-) Orange/Purple (Requires Relay). Test this wire while opening the rear glass from the switch on the rear hatch.
Trunk Release Negative Wire Location In Drivers Kick Panel or Cluster (Connector 3, Pin 8).
Horn Negative Positive Wire (+) Dark Green/Orange
Horn Negative Positive Wire Location At Horn or IMP (Connector 2, Pin 35). The IPM (integrated power module) is located on the drivers fender, behind the battery.
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire (-) Any Wire Not Red/Tan or Dark Green/Light Green
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire Location At Any Ignition Coil or Fuel-Injector
Brake Light Positive Wire (+) White/Tan
Brake Light Positive Wire Location At Switch Above Brake Pedal
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire (-) Disarms With Factory Remote Only.
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire Location N/A
Factory Anti-Theft Wire (-) Chryslers Sentry Transponder Anti-Theft System
Factory Anti-Theft Wire Location At Ignition Tumbler

Feel free to use any 2007 Jeep Commander alarm wiring diagram that is listed here but keep in mind that all information here is provided as is without any warranty of any kind. Use of this 2007 Jeep Commander car alarm wire chart is at your own risk. Always verify all wires, wire colors and connection points before applying any information found here to your 2007 Jeep Commander.

5 thoughts on “2007 Jeep Commander Car Security Wiring Diagram”

  1. Aaron, if you want to use your running board lights, use the pink/red (-) wire (parking lights wire) located at vehicle interior fuse box. The parking lights wire wont be able to power your running board lights so make sure you wire in a relay because the running board lights will need its own power source. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 2007 Jeep Commander running board lights installation.

  2. Thanks for the help, ModifiedLife. I actually reconsidered and think I would rather have the running board lights to turn on/flash with the headlights when I lock/unlock, but not be on when the headlights are turned on, say for nighttime driving. Is this possible? Which wire to tie into and where? Thanks a ton

  3. Aaron, use the yellow/orange (domelight supervision wire) located at the under dash light to tie in your Westin lights. Just make sure to wire in a relay as opposed to wiring it straight in. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 2007 Jeep Commander running board lights installation.

  4. I am considering getting Westin lights on my Westin running boards for my 2007 Jeep Commander. I want the lights to come on whenever I lock and unlock the car with my remote, and to stay on until the interior lights fade after 30 sec. I need to know where the wire is I can tie into.

  5. how do I get to the starter cylinoid on a 2006 jeep commander as the wire is loose and it wont start.
    The little wire.. Had an oil change done today and came home parked the car and it wont click at all.
    Battery is 3 months old. checked it and it is fine….. Just that loose wire….

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