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Relay and fuses

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could anyone advice in these boxes ,,,is any relay or fuse is missed ? and what's the using of these relays ?
the boxes in the front , behinde the 12V battery , i looked in the cover to find any description but there is no description or diagram
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Hello CR-Zers
could anyone advice in these boxes ,,,is any relay or fuse is missed ? and what's the using of these relays ?
the boxes in the front , behinde the 12V battery , i looked in the cover to find any description but there is no description or diagram
thanks guys
Those are relays and the empty spots may be for relays for features your CR-Z does not have. In some countries other options are available. In the USA we get only three choices of trim and options in the UK they get many more and in Japan all kinds of things are offered( see Item 9's build thread he added Japan Domestic Market (JDM) features to his car using parts from Japan). To save money some parts are common throughout all models and trims. You would have to do a detailed analysis of the wiring diagrams from all the different Domestic Markets to figure out what those spaces might have been for. I'll bet if you look in the "extra" spaces there are no terminals and no wires going to them. If you are knowledgeable and need a spot for another relay( For example I would use it for louder horns) you may be able to add terminals and wiring and make it look factory.

Sorry for the very long response. Others here are very familiar with automobile wiring and where to get the special terminals and other things you would need to use those spaces.
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First picture is blurry and too close to be 100% sure but it looks like Auxiliary Under Hood Fuse Box A. Relays are A/C compressor clutch relay, fan control relay and PGM-FI main relay 2 (fuel pump).

Second picture is Auxiliary Under Hood Relay Box B. Relay towards the front is the radiator fan relay. Relay closer to the battery is the A/C condenser fan relay. The two little boxes are A/C diodes A and B. USDM has an open relay slot just like your picture.
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First picture is blurry and too close to be 100% sure but it looks like Auxiliary Under Hood Fuse Box A. Relays are A/C compressor clutch relay, fan control relay and PGM-FI main relay 2 (fuel pump).

Second picture is Auxiliary Under Hood Relay Box B. Relay towards the front is the radiator fan relay. Relay closer to the battery is the A/C condenser fan relay. The two little boxes are A/C diodes A and B. USDM has an open relay slot just like your picture.
Thank you for this information.
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First picture is blurry and too close to be 100% sure but it looks like Auxiliary Under Hood Fuse Box A. Relays are A/C compressor clutch relay, fan control relay and PGM-FI main relay 2 (fuel pump).

Second picture is Auxiliary Under Hood Relay Box B. Relay towards the front is the radiator fan relay. Relay closer to the battery is the A/C condenser fan relay. The two little boxes are A/C diodes A and B. USDM has an open relay slot just like your picture.
thanks for explain , i got it ^_^
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Those are relays and the empty spots may be for relays for features your CR-Z does not have. In some countries other options are available. In the USA we get only three choices of trim and options in the UK they get many more and in Japan all kinds of things are offered( see Item 9's build thread he added Japan Domestic Market (JDM) features to his car using parts from Japan). To save money some parts are common throughout all models and trims. You would have to do a detailed analysis of the wiring diagrams from all the different Domestic Markets to figure out what those spaces might have been for. I'll bet if you look in the "extra" spaces there are no terminals and no wires going to them. If you are knowledgeable and need a spot for another relay( For example I would use it for louder horns) you may be able to add terminals and wiring and make it look factory.

Sorry for the very long response. Others here are very familiar with automobile wiring and where to get the special terminals and other things you would need to use those spaces.
aah okk i got it , my car was in America and i bought it ,and shipped it to Jordan , it's CR-Z EX 2011 , maybe i have an empty place to add any new electrical parts ,
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