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DIY 2008 CTT PDCC Reservoir Replacement

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Well I tackled this job today and it was super easy. I think all in all it took me about 20 minutes or so. I took pictures for anyone else that wants to do it themselves. I would recommend if you plan on doing the power steering reservoir then I would do it the same time. The reason why is you have to remove the PDCC reservoir out of the way to do the Power Steering reservoir. Both reservoirs are the exact same item, same part number and all atleast on my 08 CTT.

 

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dealer recommends it every 48k or 6 years. It has a filter built inside the reservoir and supposedly the PDCC system is very sensitive to any dirt in the system.. $50 a sense of security is good for me.

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It's an option. The S can have it as well, the easiest way to find out is to look at the switches for differentials and suspension. If the surrounding is black you dont have PDCC if it's silver then there should be a sign PDCC as well.

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