How To Remove PCM ECM ECU SRS Airbag Unit | Powertrain Engine Computer Control Module Honda Accord

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In this DIY auto repair video, young mechanic Aiman will demonstrate how to remove PCM (Powertrain Computer Module), also known as ECM (Engine Computer Module) or ECU (Electronic Control Unit) on a 2004 Honda Accord, which is the same for model years 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 DX LX EX 2.4L & 3.0L V6 engine.

At the end of the video, Aiman also show you how to take out the SRS Airbag Unit.

The removal process for both is very simple and only requires minimal tools and wrenches. Installation is the same as removal except for it's in reverse.

The procedures should also be very similar to most late model Honda and Acura such as Civic, Element, CRV, Pilot & Odyssey SUVs and minivans.

We're taking apart this car, and while doing so we would like to show you, and give you ideas on how-to take apart certain parts and components, interior, exterior, underbody and in the engine compartment so it they can assist you in fixing, removing, replacement & installation undertakings.

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