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JFairman JFairman is offline
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The ignition delay relay is the one that keeps the CD on for a few seconds to burn off residual fuel after you turn off the car with the key. It's the small aluminum relay next to the larger aluminum rear window defroster relay that are both held in place by a screw or small bolt on the rear panel.

I don't know if your year car came with a yellow relay. If everything works good without it consider yourself lucky and leave it that way. Red relays are more reliable and a fraction of the cost of a yellow relay.

It's always good to carry some spare red ones in the glovebox or trunk to replace the 2 front red ones for the fuel pumps when they go bad and they work fine to replace any of the black ones too.
Old 04-18-2013, 07:02 AM
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