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Old 11-07-2010, 04:06 PM
 
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Default PCM location for 2000 Monte Carlo L36

I'm going to be sending in my PCM to ZZP to flash, thing is I don't know where it's located in the car. I have a 2000 Monte Carlo with a L36 engine.
In case you're interested I just purchased a SLP exhaust system and will be ordering a ZZP downpipe and maybe a cai. As mods for the engine that'll be pretty much it.
Anyways, if anyone can help I'd much appreciate it as I'd like to send it out to ZZP tomorrow.

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Old 11-07-2010, 04:46 PM
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The PCM is located on the drivers side below the air filter.
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Thanks mrl390. I'll check it out tomorrow when there's more light outside. Any pointers on how to remove it?
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Cant help you there. Mine is in a different location. Never removed one from a 6th gen, just know where it is.
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inside the box below the filter
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Thanks all. Before I disconnect the PCM do I have to disconnect the terminals from the battery first?
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your advised to remove the negative battery post, its within the air box, if your taking the air box apart you will see it on the bottom, its a little silver looking box thing, it's pretty easy to get to
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Thanks all for the help and tips. This is when I wish I had a garage so I could work on the car. Oh well, tomorrow when there's light
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