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HELP! I can't remove the PCM from my 1995 ford Taurus. I've removed the mount screws from the glove box and from the firewall, yet the PCM will still not come out! Help?

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Just keep pushing from under the hood, you do know it comes out from the glove box, right?

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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