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My alarm siren is dead, got a new one 95561823701. I see that it's under the fuse box on the driver's side engine compartment. I got the top of the fuse box off and it looks like the box just "pulls up" but tons of wiring is entering it holding it down. I'm guessing that some of it needs to be disconnected to reach the siren. I don't want to just start "yanking wires"...has anyone done this that can provide instructions or knows of a link to the procedure from a service manual? I would sure appreciate some advice here so I don't screw something up.

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Removing the alarm siren

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Preliminary Work

Remove the relay carrier in the plenum chamber E-box.

1. Unscrew fastening screw arrow 1 and pull the horn aside and upwards arrow.

post-1-0-14325900-1356098579.jpg2. Release the plug arrows A and pull it off arrow B.

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Installation is the reverse - Tightening torque: 17 ftlb.

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I have the same problem with my alarm siren. I bought a new siren and tried to figure out how to remove the relay carrier, my service manual does not have the procedure for removing this (97 90 19 Removing and Installing relay carrier)

Any tips on removing the relay carrier?

Thx, Stu

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