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I grounded the purple and yellow wire but I don’t think the ground is good. How do I remove the passenger dashboard to take the security alarm module out? This has been giving me a serious headache to the point where I want to sell my Jeep 😞

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post #2 of 7 Old 06-22-2021, 05:18 PM
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The top cover piece is super easy, a hand full of screws. The entire dash is a little more complicated:
https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f13/...-98-a-1398459/

Some people have found shortcuts and say you don't have to follow all of these steps.
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I grounded the purple and yellow wire but I don’t think the ground is good. How do I remove the passenger dashboard to take the security alarm module out? This has been giving me a serious headache to the point where I want to sell my Jeep 😞
What year is your jeep? If your jeep is a 93-95, the alarm module is behind the glove box.
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I grounded the purple and yellow wire but I don’t think the ground is good. How do I remove the passenger dashboard to take the security alarm module out? This has been giving me a serious headache to the point where I want to sell my Jeep 😞
What year is your jeep? If your jeep is a 93-95, the alarm module is behind the glove box.

It’s a 95 I’m gonna try grounding it better but I just wanna rip that annoying alarm module out it’s giving me such stress in the morning not knowing if my car will start or not in the morning.
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The top cover piece is super easy, a hand full of screws. The entire dash is a little more complicated:
https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f13/3...-98-a-1398459/

Some people have found shortcuts and say you don't have to follow all of these steps.

I just need the front passenger dash to remove and I’m at the point where I wanna rip the whole thing off but I don’t wanna brake it. Freaking security module needs to come out lol
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I just need the front passenger dash to remove and Iím at the point where I wanna rip the whole thing off but I donít wanna brake it. Freaking security module needs to come out lol
Disable the alarm first, start the vehicle, turn vehicle to off, remove alarm module. To access, remove the glove box door and get behind glovebox compartment. Here is a pic of said module.
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I just need the front passenger dash to remove and I’m at the point where I wanna rip the whole thing off but I don’t wanna brake it. Freaking security module needs to come out lol
Disable the alarm first, start the vehicle, turn vehicle to off, remove alarm module. To access, remove the glove box door and get behind glovebox compartment. Here is a pic of said module.

Problem is I can only remove the glove box and there is a small space with the relays but no the module
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