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Old 01-06-2010, 06:54 PM   #5
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This WORKS! I think the relay cost me about $27 bucks , though. If you have the Bosch relay with the metal cover, you can open up the bad relay and you'll understand how it works....there are several terminals that merely act as a junction....they have nothing to do with the actual operation of the relay. I'm a total putz when it comes to electrical issues.....I can get the shorts out of the crack of my ass and that's IT!....but I read that article, bought the parts and it WORKED!. The part i got was actually different than the one in the article...I got mine at Advance Auto parts....a GM A/C relay. I can get you the exact brand and part number if you need it.
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