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#1 drr999

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Posted 02 December 2003 - 10:37 PM

The rear defogger is not working on my 92 Legacy L. I want to swap relay on the interior fuse block but I can't see how to unlatch the relays. Anyone know how to remove these relays? Thanks for the help.

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#2 alias20035

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Posted 02 December 2003 - 10:56 PM

Originally posted by drr999
The rear defogger is not working on my 92 Legacy L. I want to swap relay on the interior fuse block but I can't see how to unlatch the relays. Anyone know how to remove these relays? Thanks for the help.



It looks like the "pain in the rump roast" connector, but a little hard to tell from the photo.

If it is what I think it is, I would use two small flat bladed screwdrivers, one to depress the locking tab and the second to pry the relay off. A third hand would help too....

Is the relay attached to a plate, if so sometimes these plates need to come off first.




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