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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-02-2007, 03:19 AM Thread Starter
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Is there a trick for removing PCM on a 6 speed? (superDuty)

Can't seem to get the PCM over far enough because of the clutch arm to clear the tabs on the back of it. Before I start prying just seeing if there's any method I can learn here.:Thumbup:
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you have to remove the metal bracket that the pcm is screwed to. there is a 10 mm nut under the bracket on the firewall and there is a 10mm nut above the emergency brake on the kickpanel.
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yeah, the bolts are kind of hard to reach, but they're back there. For the top bolt i used a long extension that put the ratchet out by the brake pedal. To put it back in i used a tiny piece of electrical tape to hold the bolt to the bracket and then pushed the socket over the top and cranked her down.

only found this out thanks to dp-tuner's instructions.

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