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|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2004 GMC Savana 2500||$79||$8.75||$70.00||32%||$116.25|
|2014 Honda CR-Z||$147||$76.86||$70.00||20%||$184.36|
|2007 Ford Freestyle||$97||$26.58||$70.00||27%||$134.08|
|2006 Mercedes-Benz C280||$131||$60.94||$70.00||22%||$168.44|
|2012 BMW 535i GT xDrive||$111||$40.65||$70.00||25%||$148.15|
|2011 Porsche Panamera||$85||$15.28||$70.00||30%||$122.78|
Relays play a significant role in controlling the various electronic components of your vehicle, and there are several that can be termed a “main” relay. However, when you speak of the vehicle’s main relay, you’re referring to the one that controls the computer and the fuel system. It’s the first thing to engage when you turn the ignition switch. Without an operable main relay, your car won’t run. On most makes and models, the main relay will be located in one of the underhood fuse boxes, but this varies from one manufacturer to another.
Without an operational main relay, your car will not operate. However, electrical problems can be complex, and the failure of the main relay could possibly be a symptom of an underlying problem. It’s important that our expert mechanics diagnose both the condition of the relay and any inherent causes that contributed to the relay’s premature failure.
There are few components as crucial to vehicle operation as your main relay. It operates both the car’s computer and the fuel system. If you experience any problems similar to the symptoms above, we recommend having your vehicle diagnosed immediately.