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I installed a Rutech bypass and block off plates and my initial check engine light went out.  A day later I get the P0418 error telling me relay A is bad or there is faulty wiring etc.  

Does anyone know where the SAIS relay is located for P0418?  I have been searching to the point of insanity. :)

 

thank you 

 

2006 Gx470 4.7l

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