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PDC - power distribution center removal

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Old 04-08-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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Default PDC - power distribution center removal

does anyone know how to remove the pdc fuse panel on a 97 grand cherokee laredo 4.0L ? like where all the bolts are, or it pulls out of the metal case surrounding it for example. i cannot find any info in my repair manual or online. i need to check my wire connections underneath due to possible arcing or loose connections. there is a sizzling sound from what appears to be the ignition feed fuse slot. remove the fuse and lose power and noise. i figured somebody has had to pull one out before.
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I think you have to pull the battery out and the bolts should be under the tray.
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