Date: 19 Dec 2004 19:04:15 -0800
From: dyerpartsnospamail.com
Subject: Re: 94 9000: How do I access the relays behind the fuse panel?


Problem is, my 9000 doesn't have a glove box-- there's an airbag where the glove box normally would be. Alternative thoughts? chris wrote: > First remove the glove box > then you will see 2 screws holding the fuse/relay panel in place remove > these and the relay panel will flop down its held on a sloted hinge at the > back of the relay part. > replace relay rescrew everything in place. 10 minute job. > > <dyerpartsnospamail.com> wrote in message > news:1103168143.599400.272440nospam2000cwb.googlegroups.com... > > I have a 1994 9000CSE and need to replace the turn signal relay. It is > > located somewhere behind the fuse panel above the passenger side floor > > / below the passenger airbag. > > > > I am completely stumped as to how to access the relays-- I can seem to > > figure out how to remove the interior panels to get to them. > > Does anyone have advice? > > > > Many thanks in advance. > >

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