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What does pcm mean on the fuse box?

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2010-05-25 03:03:13
2010-05-25 03:03:13

I would guess Power Control Mirrors. Pull the fuse and see what doesn't work.

YEAH RIGHT.

It mean Powertrain Control Module. It's the module that, well, controls the powertrain.

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