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Fusebox Pin diagram / Relay orientation?

2011 JK Rubicon 2dr - I pulled most of the relays out of the fusebox the other day, and did not note their orientation... Battery had died while the jeep was getting towed (front diff locked up while on the highway) and when I put the trickle charger on, a few of the relays started clicking like mad. I just kept pulling relays until the clicking stopped, instead of first disconnecting the battery terminals...

Does anyone have a pin diagram for the relays, or perhaps a photo of their fuse box showing relay orientation?

Ended up pulling the diff out of the front axle and bolting everything back up while I figure out what I'm doing with it. Want to see if I can drive with RWD only for now, but it's probably a good idea to replace those relays.

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owners manual?
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Very useful buddy, not all of us are first owners, not all of us have all the docs.

I know where all the relays go, I'm not an eejit. I have the layout of the fuse box, its on the lid.

What isn't on the lid, or online... is the pin info, because unlike other mfgs, you can put some of these there relays in two different orientations, and if you read the relay diagram on the relay, you'll notice that they're not necessarily reversible.

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Do you have the relays that fill the square pockets they sit in? Or, do your relays not fill the pockets?

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I have the relays that do not fill the pockets.
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This picture shows the part numbers and orientation. It's from a 2012. I hope it's the same as your 2011.
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Thank you! This is exactly what I needed. Gonna give it a shot and report back.
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Worked perfectly! For future reference for those of us who may have lost their user manuals, the pin orientation on the 2011 JK Rubicon 2dr w/ smaller relays is as follows:

Driver Front - - - - - - - Pass. Front

K1
Fixed orientation

K2
Fixed orientation

K3
30 ------- 85
86 ------- 87

K4
30 ------- 85
86 ------- 87

K5
87 ------- 86
85 ------- 30

K6
87 ------- 86
85 ------- 30

K7
30 ------- 85
86 ------- 87

K8
Not present

K9
86 ------- 30
87 ------- 85

K10
30 ------- 85
86 ------- 87

K11
87 ------- 86
85 ------- 30

Driver Rear - - - - - - - Pass. Rear

Happy wheeling everyone!
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