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Old 02-04-2014, 04:35 AM
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location of pcm info

Hey guys , did not reaserch this yet but kinda of in a pinch , some one has a dp tuner forsale but has been set up for a certain pcm code ,I need to verify mine Is the same
where do I look to locate what my pcm info /code ?
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behind the driver's kick panel is the e brake unbolt it and you will see the backside of the PCM. there should be a black plastic piece covering the access where the chip with plug in. on that piece of plastic should be the code. or you can pull get a mirror and a flashlight and read it from the top (maybe) the PCM is near the inner fender under the master cylinder. to remove the PCM undo the two bolts holding it in the bolt that hold the block of wires in and pull it out. it is easier to remove if you loosen the inner fender
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behind the driver's kick panel is the e brake unbolt it and you will see the backside of the PCM. there should be a black plastic piece covering the access where the chip with plug in. on that piece of plastic should be the code. or you can pull get a mirror and a flashlight and read it from the top (maybe) the PCM is near the inner fender under the master cylinder. to remove the PCM undo the two bolts holding it in the bolt that hold the block of wires in and pull it out. it is easier to remove if you loosen the inner fender
Great , will get into it THANK YOU terry
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