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How do I remove relays under bonnet rav4 1996 they have a white base which appears to be restricting relays from coming out

1996 rav4 5 door manual. are the relays secured by some system they have a white base which appears separate from relays many thanks in anticipation of any assistance

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The white part is just an intermediate part in the fuse box & is not involved in the removal of fuses or relays.

It's not uncommon for fuses & smaller relays to be pretty tight & require some careful persuasion from pliers (rock from side to side while pulling). Larger relays can be removed in the same way, but without pliers.

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