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Old 08-11-2022, 07:27 PM   #1
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Breeze Relay Block Removal

What I'd like to know is how to remove the three blocks to get access to the rear. It appears they are an assembly as the three breakout looms are part of a large bundle.

The B+ is missing from K3 to K4:

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To me it appears they are snapped in. Tab , top and bottom of each.
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To me it appears they are snapped in. Tab , top and bottom of each.
The metal tabs on the right relay block hold the cover. The left relay block cover is still attached.

The three sections appear to snap into the bulkhead mounted holder. I'd like to remove them all as a unit as the cable loom is over an inch in diameter.
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