Question about 1994 Volkswagen Jetta
My ex decided to unplug the fuse boxes number 53, 99, and 4. Can someone help me know where to put these?
I can't give you the exact answer, but if you are referring to black or grey cube things with those numbers on they are actually the relays that control most of the electrics in the car. Most models have some empty sockets which are unused.
There is just a chance you can work it out for yourself, because many of the relays have different pin layouts, and you could start by trying to figure out which relay will fit into which empty socket. With only three in your hand, you might be lucky, but if you have a relay which will fit into more than one socket you'll need to get expert advice. One final point, the numbers on the relays might not be the "right way up" when properly installed!
Hope this helps, D.
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