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I have a 79 930 and I dont have the yellow relay in my engine compartment electric panel. There is a normal red relay in the socket there under the black plastic panel cover.

Is this normal for my year car or did the previous owners make some changes to remove it?
Reason I ask, my car does run the CD box for a few seconds after switching off the ignition to burn any residual fuel from the chambers then it shuts off like it is designed to....so unless I am wrong, I thought the yellow relay controlled this aspect of the ignition.

Is my car modified or is this normal for a 79 US model? Where should the yellow relay be found then?

Thanks,
Fred
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