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The PCM is located in the engine compartment nearest the washer resevoir and in a black box. It will have 2 40 pin connectors attatched.

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The module is mounted under the hood on the firewall. On 493-94 models, it is mounted low on the firewall, near the left-hand fender (drivers side). On 495-99 models, it is mounted high on the firewall offset to the right-hand side of center.

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Exploded view of the firewall PCM mounting for 493-94 models


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Exploded view of the firewall PCM mounting for 495-99 models

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  3. Remove the two nuts and the PCM cover.
  4. Remove the PCM from the bracket by pulling the unit outward.
To install:
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