Pedal Commander Installation Guide | 2007-2018 JK

Pedal Commander Installation Guide | 2007-2018 JK

Install Your Jeep JK Pedal Commander

Before your install, check out the contents of the package – make sure that all of the parts are present.

  • Pedal Commander with attached T harness
  • Velcro
  • Zip ties
  • Alcohol prep pad

We recommend that you keep your key fob at least 35 feet away from the module for at least 10 minutes prior to the install. Likewise, it is recommended that you keep your Jeep's drivers side door open for 5-10 minutes prior to installation.

Pick a location that you are going to attach the module. Many customer choose to mount it to the lower dash below the ignition for easy access. You may also choose to mount it inside the dash, as you can operate the module from the Pedal Commander App.

Locate the gas pedal cable which is attached to the top of the gas pedal. Disconnect the connector by depressing the tab on the side of the connector and pulling away from the gas pedal connector.

Step 5

Insert the vehicle connector into the T harness from the Pedal Commander. Insert the other end of the T harness into the connector on top of the gas pedal.

Press in the Red locking tab after the connector is secured. (see below)

Step 6

  • Route the module to your preferred mounting location.
  • Clean the area with the alcohol pad.
  • Peel off one side of the velcro and attach it to the back of the module.
  • Peel the other side off the mounting sticker and mount to your preferred location. Secure any loose wires and secure with the provided zip ties if needed.

Step 7

The Pedal Commander will start up when you start your engine.

Select a driving mode:

  • Economy mode
  • City
  • Sport
  • Sport+


Each setting also has a sensitivity range from -4 to +4, giving you 9 settings in each mode. This gives you the ability to really dial in the responsiveness and feel you desire!

To change modes, ensure your foot is not on the accelerator while attempting to change modes. You can change modes while moving, but not while your foot is on the accelerator. It’s as easy as that!

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