You can use the push-pin rivets which makes it equally as easy.. In the fender, that is. Also, cut a line in the shear screw so you can remove it with a flat head, and re-use it... Or get a regular bolt.Good time to relocate it next to the airbox. Just extend the wires and wire loom out to the area behind the driver's side headlight and you'll be set. Did that on mine, it makes life easier further down the road when you'll need to replace it.
My local dealer price was $270, but I got mine from Tasca for $174 plus $10 for shipping. I replaced it few weeks ago as preventive maintenance.No. Wholesale is for shops only. They need to make their cut too. Volvo list is for customers. Now dealer list for the siren outrageous.
You don't need to drill anything (except maybe rivets, but all mine just sorta popped out..) you can use a small screwdriver and hammer them in straight, if you're good. Doing it through the headlight is difficult, as there's VERY little room to work... You're better off taking the wheel off and going that route, you will need a small dremel with a wobble extension so you can fit it in there, to make a small slot in the sheer screw so you can remove it with a flat head.Wow-awesome feedback. Thanks for all the info guys. I ended up ordering from eerie-$93 with taxes shipping etc and lifetime warranty. The salesman said he removed his headlight and loosened bumper and was able to complete the swap that way which i might try as well instead of drilling etc.
My local dealer price was $270, but I got mine from Tasca for $174 plus $10 for shipping. I replaced it few weeks ago as preventive maintenance.
When I cut the old siren open, battery was leaking, negative wire was corroded and it fell off as soon as I touched it.