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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-11-2019, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Checked my power relay today

Im not a big fan of going to the dealer and its about a 45 minute drive one way so it'll be an all day thing so I checked them in 45 mins.

Recall states a bad connection could cause a fire if they see signs of a fire they'll replace the entire power relay assembly no sign says the will change the relays man I doubt that, there are two and they are $100 each. Well for me they are.

Didn't notice any signs with mine and there is a notch which locks them into place. I just gave them a extra push and put everything back. Everything was tight.

Relay # is 37583-G2000 need one on each side.
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Well done. Are those under the back seat? Just lift it off?
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Well done. Are those under the back seat? Just lift it off?
Well you have to take out like 8 Phillips screws around the spare tire its the storage trim. Then the back of the seats off 4 13mm bolts then they lift off bottom of the seat also has 4 13mm bolts the the bottom lifts out. The relays are under the drivers rear seat if you undo the battery vent and pull it out of the way its 2 Phillips screws then you can see the relays fairly easy.

You might could see them without removing the battery vent to see if they are locked in place. Im pretty curious and I like looking around. I'm pretty sure you could have the rear seat out in 20 mins.or less.
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