Hidden Jeep Compass Easter Egg locations

Hidden Jeep Compass Easter Egg locations

Alongside the Wrangler and Renegade, the Jeep Compass takes the cake for Easter egg hunting fun. With the Jeep Compass, some truly unique Easter eggs are waiting to be hatched.

Among the shared Jeep Easter eggs, the Compass has plenty of seven-bar grille designs hiding throughout.

They appear in the headlights, on the fastener for the leather-wrapped gear shifter boot (if equipped), under the center console storage bin’s lid, on certain floor mat options, on the tailgate edge inner molding, and some models, as a mode selector on the instrument panel’s digital screen.

We often ignore what’s under the windshield wipers. However, if you take a closer look underneath them on your Jeep Compass, you’ll find a three-dimensional gecko staring back at you. A gecko can grip any surface to climb around obstacles, and that’s the spirit of a Jeep vehicle, too. And getting through wet conditions is another part of it.

While not quite a real animal, many Jeep Compass SUVs have a silhouette of the Loch Ness Monster swimming along the rear windshield.

On automatic transmission Jeep Compass SUVs, the “dead pedal” (the left side footrest) has Morse code to tribute the old battlefield messaging technology. It spells out “Sand, Snow, Rivers, Rocks.” Sound familiar? It’s the terrain assortment that a Jeep vehicle is built to conquer, and overcoming them is part of the Trail Rated certification process.

The Willys Jeep silhouette hasn’t been left out of the Compass, and if you open the hood on models with the 2.0-liter engine, you’ll find it scaling a mountain on the engine cover.