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Old 09-18-2011, 12:44 PM
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Battery saver relay location

Does anyone know where the location of the battery saver relay is? I have a draw on my battery and pin pointed it down to that after some testing. 2001 scab 5.4 4x4
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Theres a few pages of my manual missing. I looked it up online shortly after i posted this. I posted this because i read in a few places that the relay was'nt replaceable by its self and that the whole fuse box needed to be replaced. Got it fixed now. All good
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Battery Saver Relay Location

The relay is on the left side of the fuse block in the driver's area. It is the second one down On the drawing it is "RELAY 2". Now, does anybody know how to change it? The cover keeps coming off.
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