Thread: Replacing PCM
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Old 04-13-2015, 09:07 PM   #17
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1998 SC2
Default Re: Replacing PCM

1999 Sl-1 SOHC auto

The rest would be the RPO codes that should be on the tag on the spare tire cover. You show 2 X in a row, the first one should be a number.

Look on the spare tire cover for the list of 3 letter codes.

At this point you will have to find a 99 SOHC auto PCM with your options to make this car run. No eBay seller has any idea as to what options were installed so if you buy an eBay PCM yo will have to haul it to the Chevy dealer to get it flashed to your VIN. Then when you install it you will have to do the crank relearn and I have directions for that.

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