How to Install a GPS Jammer in Your Car

How to Install a GPS Jammer in Your Car

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Are you looking for a way to protect your car from being tracked? Installing a GPS jammer in your car is one of the most effective ways to do this. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the purpose of a car GPS jammer, the different kinds available, and what you should consider before installing one. By the end, you’ll know exactly how to install a GPS jammer in your car and have the knowledge to keep your car safe and secure.

Table of Contents

Purpose of a GPS Jammer

Types of GPS Jammers

Installation Steps


Purpose of a GPS Jammer

GPS jammers are devices used to prevent the tracking of location data from a GPS device. This technology is often used in cars to protect privacy, prevent tracking and monitoring of vehicles, and as an anti-theft device. 

GPS jamming works by emitting a radio frequency signal that interferes with the GPS receiver’s ability to receive satellite signals. This effectively blocks the GPS from tracking the vehicle’s location. It is important to note that while a GPS jammer can block GPS tracking of a vehicle, it cannot stop other forms of monitoring such as visual or audio surveillance.

Types of GPS Jammers

There are two types of GPS jammers that you can use in your car: active and passive.

Active jammers are the most powerful type of jammer. These jammers are usually larger, as they require more power, but they offer more effective results.

Passive jammers are smaller, lighter, and often cheaper than active jammers. They work by physically blocking the signal. This jammer is most commonly used in cars, as it does not require a lot of power and is less noticeable.

If you’re looking for a powerful jammer, then an active jammer is likely the best option. However, if you’re just looking for a small jammer that won’t draw attention, then a passive jammer may be your best bet.

Installation Steps

All you require are some simple tools and some knowledge. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to install a GPS jammer in your vehicle.

1. Start by locating the OBD-II port in your car. It is usually located near the steering column, below the dashboard or beneath the glove compartment. If you can't find it, consult your car's owner manual.

2. Unplug the OBD-II port, then connect the GPS jammer to the port using an OBD-II cable.

3. Plug the GPS jammer's cord into an open 12-volt outlet in your car's dashboard.

4. Turn on the jammer, then set it to the desired frequency range using the jammer's controls.

5. Confirm that the jammer is working properly by seeing if your GPS cannot detect any satellites in the area.

6. Once you are satisfied, secure the GPS jammer in place and replace any panels or wires that you had to remove.

You have now successfully installed a car GPS jammer! Be sure to follow all local laws and regulations when using the jammer.


Installing a GPS jammer in your car may be the solution to your privacy concerns. It is a fairly straightforward process if you’ve got the know-how!. In this blog post, we provided step-by-step instructions on how to install a GPS jammer in your car

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