Question about 2004 Toyota Corolla
Posted by Anonymous on
Look under the hood. Open the fuse box on the drivers side fender. The relay will be the one closest to the front of the car. Labeled "M/G CLT". It is very near the negative post of the battery. If you turn on the AC you can feel the relay clicking on and off. To test you can swap out another relay in the fuse box. The AC relay is availble from Rockauto.com, $11.
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