OVP is behind the battery. A black plastic shroud resides behind the battery that needs to be removed. It is held on simply by being wedged in the firewall lip. Push down firmly and remove.
You will see three components with large harnesses attached. The silver box with the clear top is the OVP. There is a 10 or 20 amp fuse in it. It is held on by a bolt on the side, so you have to remove the bolt before pulling it off.
By the way, you shouldn't have to reprogram the stations after putting in the codes in the radio, unless the battery is disconnected for a very long time...
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Last edited by G-Benz; 08-22-2001 at 02:36 PM.