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Hood fuse box help

Hey guys i was pulling out fuses and relays under the hood today because im having an issue with the ignition. Anyways, I dont remember which way some relays go. So if someone could please help me out by posting a picture of their 2006 gt 3.5 fuse box, that would be great. I already tried following a 07 gt picture, but that didnt work, now my acceleration pedal wont work
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its in your owners manual. we have the pdf file here : https://www.g6ownersclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4222

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Thanks for helping out, but the owner manual doesnt say which way the relays face. I know that they're supposed to go in a certain way
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I followed this but it didnt work for me
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With the 4 pin relays, it's easy to install them 180 degrees backwards. Sorry I don't have a pic to upload for you right now.



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Yeah i think i have some installed backwards, the cars acting funny, the acceleration pedal wont respond.
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A picture would solve my problem lol
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Here you go! Hope it helps!


Each relay has one corner that is kind of beveled. Just match those and you should be good.

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got my own fuse problem just wondering does it matter wich way the 8866 relays are in there
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got my own fuse problem just wondering does it matter wich way the 8866 relays are in there
Yes. It's a problem inherent with 4-pin relays.



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