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It is located in the gas tank, you will need to remove the sending unit at the top fo the tank. To access the sending unit, you will need to drop the tank by removing the straps. It is a big tank so drain as much as possible and disconnect the batter before you start.
Hello Marcias. Yes, it is OK to have one installed. Just make sure that when it is that all of the wires are properly soldered and connected. Have it done by a qualified installer as I have seen some that are poorly installed and can cause some problems. Your Intrepid may have an antitheft system and would need a module to allow the Autostart to work. If this is required it would take a little more time to install it. I have all of my vehicles with them and have caused no problems at all. If you have any more questions please leave them in "add comments" and I will be back to answer you. Best of the season to you.
Many autostart devices also have security systems incorperated, first I would try to arm and disarm the system then try to start again. Then check the autostart controll unit to see if there is a reset or fuse. If not a reset often times there is a disable for the autostart witch will allow you to diagnos the starting problem without the aftermarket device. If non of that helps post your next message with an update plus make and model # for the autostart.