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Is the pcm and the ccrm on a 2000 mustang the same thing and if not where is the ccrm

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The answer is no they are not the same. the constant control relay module or integrated control module is located on the right inner fender well under the hood. it has a 24 pin connector going to it and it controls various things like the cooling fans and the air conditioning system.

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