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Old September 28th, 2011
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1994 Olds Delta 88 Relay Diagram Needed

I need to find my a/c relay in the underhood firewall location. My maxifuse/relay cover diagram is missing. I have 7 relays and can't determine which is which?
I would like to replace the a/c relay due to erratic a/c comp. operation random on/off? I have looked in Haynes repair manuals and the auto owner's manual and all that is shown is the fuse block identification diagram.
Please send me some info. on this relay diagram and the exact location of this relay. Thank you
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