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Q:Where's it located at on vehicle?
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A:BEST ANSWERWhere is the fuel pump relay located on a 2000 ford mustang gt v8 4.6 Show less
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Q:Do these have Diode’s or resistors In them?
Eric F.
A:BEST ANSWERHi Eric, The basic relays contain electromagnetic coil wire and iron core, hinge armature, spring, yoke, insulator and the relay plastic casing. There is no integrated IC but on some it may come with the IC depending on the type of relay. The relay's basic purpose is to automate this power to switch electrical circuits on and off at particular times. Show less
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Q:when I turn off my 88 chevy K1500 my four ways stay blinking as well as I am driving WHY???? Show Less
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A:BEST ANSWERHi Linde, I'm glad to assist you. If your four-way hazard lights (hazard flashers) continue to blink even after you turn off the switch and it persists while driving, there may be an issue with the hazard light switch or a short on the wiring. The other possibility is a stuck hazard light switch, in the "on" position. We cannot pinpoint the exact part to be replaced for now. I hope this helps! Show less
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