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Can anyone snap a pic of your under hood fuse panel, without cover
Just want to make sure relays are oriented in the right position.
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I have those too, they don't show the relay orientation, they're not keyed so they can go one way or the other. I'm mostly looking to see someones 2002 to be specific. Thanks though.

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What can we help you with that isn't shown on those links? All mine work fine and their orientation is not all the same. I may be wrong but I think a fuse is a fuse regardless of the painted number direction.
I meant the relays not the fuses
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The coil will create a magnetic field regardless of the polarity and pull in the contacts in the relay. So it doesn't matter
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