How to Use the FCA Security Bypass Device
What is a Bypass Device & Why Do I Need It?
2018 and above Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM vehicles are built with a component called a security gateway.
This protects your vehicle's computer from being hacked over the cellular network.
Our FCA Security Bypass Device allows you to access to your vehicle's computer.
You will need to temporarily install the Bypass Device while using your OBD Genie.
How to Use Your Bypass Device
1. Click on your specific vehicle listed below for a diagram and/or video
tutorial in reference to the location of your vehicle's factory installed security
gateway module. More information on international vehicles is located at the
bottom of this page.
Click The Below Manufacturer To Find Your Bypass Location
2. After your have located your vehicle's security gateway, remove the two
connectors from the security gateway plug them into the Bypass Device.
3. Next, start your vehicle's engine and insert your OBD Genie (sold separately)
into your vehicle's OBDII port located on the left hand side of your steering wheel.
4. Once the solid green light appears on your OBD Genie, it is safe to remove
from your OBDII port.
5. Remove the connectors from your Bypass Device and re-connect them back
into your security gateway. You may now stow away your OBD Genie and
Bypass Module. Programming is compete!
Complete List of Security Gateway Locations