Auxiliary (AUX) Switches Configuration/Installation DIY

galvezm22

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If you added these via the Mopar Kit as I did, then you won't have the fuses in the same location as your other factory fuses. Essentially, they are part of the kit and built into the harness that comes with it.

After kit installation and having the dealer flash your Jeep, it can take a bit of time for the switches to fully activate. This is where I hate the Mopar solution as it seems to be tied to the head unit.

It took 24hours for my head unit to recognize that the AUX Switches had been added to my VIN (i.e. dealer "flash"). You should see them listed on you vehicles profile on the Mopar site post flash.

Only then would the switches operate and the AUX menu show in settings.
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The auxiliary switches do show up on the Mopar site. I forgot to mention but my ESS is also flashing on the dash. I also checked the Orange wire I re
 

Joverland

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Argh, I asked my dealer if they could get some Mopar Aux switches. They can... now found out they don't work with diesel engines. Does anyone know why the MOPAR electrical aux switches would be incompatible with a diesel engine? Baffles me. Would this be the same for any switch bank - i.e.not for diesel?
 

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