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SRT-4 PDC?!? (picture)


Where the heck is the PDC? Doing the clutch master cylinder and the service manual states to remove the PDC bracket. The fusebox in the engine bay is what I gather. (Number 7)
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Re: SRT-4 PDC?!? (picture)

PDC is probably the under-hood fuse & relay box
PDC=Power Distribution Center

Do you have one in the way of full access to the MC??

Good Luck!
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PDC is probably the under-hood fuse & relay box
PDC=Power Distribution Center

Do you have one in the way of full access to the MC??

Good Luck!
Nope, not at all. The damn master brake cylinder and all its steel lines are in the way. I will get pictures. I got the old MC out, but putting it in with the plastic lines seems near impossible without breaking the line. Don't understand why they say to remove the PDC bracket.
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PDC is probably the under-hood fuse & relay box
PDC=Power Distribution Center

Do you have one in the way of full access to the MC??


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Nope, not at all. The damn master brake cylinder and all its steel lines are in the way. I will get pictures. I got the old MC out, but putting it in with the plastic lines seems near impossible without breaking the line. Don't understand why they say to remove the PDC bracket.
Maybe you have a UNIVERSAL manual that does cover a vehicle with a PDC??
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