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Old 05 Sep 2015, 09:09 pm
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Default 01 pt cruiser pcm

Can anyone tell me the size and thread of the screws/bolts that hold the PCM and the 2 wires to the driver fender what size? Thannks
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Old 05 Sep 2015, 11:33 pm
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I know the head is 10 mm not sure of the the thread, if i remember right they are fine thread but dont know the size. Myself i just go to the junk yard and get replacements.
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Old 05 Sep 2015, 11:50 pm
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For the PCM the threads are a thread forming type - fairly coarse. Think of sheet metal screws but not pointed. Can't tell you the diameter.
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Old 09 Sep 2015, 11:28 pm
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Okay thanks for the info. After installing 2 pcms (no start at all throwing codes) I put my original one back in. Pt is running better than ever. It is so quiet that I keep thinking it is stalling at stops! So what is up with that? I could not believe that I was quoted over $800 for replacement. I did it myself and replaced my
fan. took me less than 3 hours (1st time I worked on a car) and the next time it took me 20 minutes! waiting for the next bomb to drop!!
Thanks all for help!
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Old 10 Sep 2015, 11:02 am
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Okay thanks for the info. After installing 2 pcms (no start at all throwing codes) I put my original one back in. Pt is running better than ever. It is so quiet that I keep thinking it is stalling at stops! So what is up with that? I could not believe that I was quoted over $800 for replacement. I did it myself and replaced my
fan. took me less than 3 hours (1st time I worked on a car) and the next time it took me 20 minutes! waiting for the next bomb to drop!!
Thanks all for help!
Where did you buy your PCM's from that didn't work?
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Old 10 Sep 2015, 11:17 am
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Where did you buy your PCM's from that didn't work?
Problem might have been coil/plugs all the time along with battery terminals.
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