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How do you get to alarm module behind dash

Need to know how to get to alarm module behind dash

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  • chip james
    chip james Dec 14, 2008

    1995 jeep grand cherokee need to know how to get to alarm module behind glove box please. [easy way]

  • chip james
    chip james Dec 14, 2008

    is everyone off today???? no help on this issue?? just need to know thru the dash or from under dash"?

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Go thru panel at bottom of glovebox. there is a fuse block right underneath when bottom cover of glovebox [3 screws] is removed. alarm module is black fuse far right and closest to you. just pull out to remove.

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