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Anyone know how to take out the PCM module?

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I am trying to swap my OEM brushed aluminum for the OEM carbon fiber trim. All the parts on the door and the dash strips were done rather easily however, I am now stuck on the center console part.

It took the shifter trim apart, got the center console trim loose but there 2 clips from the center console trim that is underneath the PCm module.

It seems like the PCM/Nav unit might need to be removed.

Anyone have any idea how to remove the center vents so I can get to the screws on the PCM module?



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The horseshoe trim around the PCM can be replaced using a dental hook, start at the bottom of each side and gently pull, then work your way around. VERY easy

The flat section has 2 screws at the back and then just lifts up and slides back as i recall, there are no more screws

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who is the tutorial on how to remove and do a bunch of things with a PCM. find a video you need and it should help you out


it is on a different forum so get a user ID and a password and you'll be able to view the videos no problem. good luck.

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