Introduction: Replacing a Pgmfi Relay (Honda Civic 1999).

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As a proactive changeout, I'm replacing the 17 year old pgmfi relay in my civic.

The first step is to remove the passenger side panel as shown.

Step 1: Removing the Old Relay.

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A 10mm bolt holds the relay bracket. Once off the relay is accessible from the glove box area.

Step 2: The New Relay!

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From Amazon.com I got a Beck arnley replacement.

Step 3: Comparison.

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The new relay is smaller than the oem.

Step 4: Preparing the New Relay.

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The included bracket has to slide and lock into the Groove on the relay body.

Step 5: Installing the New Relay.

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Installing is the reverse of removal and once the side panel is back in place the car is road worthy again!

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