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Please see the picture below. It is taken from the engine bay of a '98 RTi V6 Laguna. Member scubapro1957 had asked in another thread regarding these relays, it could also help my cause if anyone were to be able to advise of what they are for.

Haynes manual is no good to both scuba and myself as we have the facelift Phase II Laguna's and all the technical stuff in the manuals corresponds to Phase I's with very little reference to Phase II's and I am of the impression that Haynes do not print a Phase II specific copy.

Many thanks in advance for an answer hopefully:)
 

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I'm gonna bump this one again as I'm still wondering whether they're anything to do with the heater blower.

Anyone got any idea's.
 

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Hi Scatz - you have my sympathy - why on earth could renault not have labelled the darn things. When relays activate they usually make a clicking sound or you can feel them pulsing - by getting someone to switch on the ignition and operating switches in sequence and feeling or listening carefully you may be able to figure out which one does what. I know it ain't the perfect answer but it may narrow the field of search.
I have had a close look through the Haynes manual for the Laguna II (may not be the same for your car though) and the main feed supply to the motor is a red cable - (are you getting power to it). The earth cable coming from it is brown but changes to black somewhere along the way before going to an earth point in the left-hand front foot well. It may be worth connecting a tempory earth to the motor and see what happens:)
 
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