1. Be prepared for some frustration.... Electrical problems can be difficult to diagnose in person, and nearly everything is more difficult to diagnose or troubleshoot via the internet.
2. Your photos are very low resolution, like they came from a cell phone. It's tough to see if that is an OEM relay or aftermarket. OEM relays should be easy, the relay is 'keyed' so it can't be installed in the wrong orientation, and the plastic housing holds all the wires in the right places so you can just plug it in.
If this is an aftermarket relay, where was it located, and what wires are nearby? When you mention 8 prongs, are there 8 wires with terminals on them, but no plastic housing to organize them? In other words, would it be possible to connect any of the 8 wires to any of the relay's pins?
By the way, I was very tempted to ignore your question, since it looks like a 12-year-old illiterate kid typed it on their parents' iphone while trying not to get caught texting during class. Realize you are asking for help with a difficult technical problem. Most professional shops will charge upwards of $75/hour just to look at the car. Lots of shops won't even touch other people's electrical wiring. If you can't put in the effort to communicate clearly, why should people bother to help you find a solution for free?
My 1994 RX-7 (vBGarage)
Originally Posted by adam c
The FD is a pain in the *** to do just about anything. Is it worth it?? I still have mine