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Q: Where is ecm relay located 2008 impala lt

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Need to replace the ecm relay and I can't find where it is

My car has 147000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

All fuses and relays in the vehicle will be located in the fuse box or power distribution box. The fuse box is usually located inside the vehicle or sometimes in the trunk. The most common spot for this relay to be is under the hood in the power distribution box. There should also be a diagram in your owner’s manual displaying where the relays are located.

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