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Removing 2000 Blazer Body Relay Block

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Old 07-05-2010, 10:28 AM
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I need to access the relays in the body relay block on my 2000 Blazer.

I have found the location of the BRB (body relay block) and now I simply cannot get it to come off of its mount.

I cannot see any clips or anything holding it to the mount. Has anyone ever removed this and remember how you got it to come off of the mount?
 
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Old 05-24-2012, 07:26 PM
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to remove this unit u need to reach as much as possible a grab the unit and pull and wiggle untill it slides free of the mount
 
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I tried for hours with mine today and couldn't get it out - which way does it slide? Does the whole come off and leave just a small plastic bracket?

Any help greatly appreciated!
 
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Old 11-28-2012, 07:43 AM
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u have to pull straight down with some force and it should slide off the mount. the mount it self is metal the bracket the mount slides into is plastic. when you put it back on it will be difficult to line up i just left mine free as i was running out of daylight
 
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Originally Posted by Bildo V. View Post
u have to pull straight down with some force and it should slide off the mount. the mount it self is metal the bracket the mount slides into is plastic. when you put it back on it will be difficult to line up i just left mine free as i was running out of daylight
i just pulled mine and im gonna say you are not kidding

i pulled and pulled and rocked and finally got mine down/off

WOW!
thanks for that info
 
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It's no problem at all. What I've learned is these things are picky and expensive to maintain. But i do have to say i love my old girl, shes been through a lot but shes still driving me crazy and laying rubber
 
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Originally Posted by masterchf117 View Post

I have found the location of the BRB (body relay block) and now I simply cannot get it to come off of its mount.

I cannot see any clips or anything holding it to the mount. Has anyone ever removed this and remember how you got it

Where exactly is it? I'm having a hard time finding it
 
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Old 01-27-2013, 07:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Eserps89 View Post
Where exactly is it? I'm having a hard time finding it
It is beneath the driver side dash near the parking brake release.

See here: http://i648.photobucket.com/albums/u...8238/99BRB.gif
 
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