My 308 didn't want to start the other day. It cranked fine,but,wouldn't fire up.(sounds to me like either no fuel,or no spark) I heard a "clicking" sound from behind the fuse box cover,so,I removed it. I heard (and felt) the "clicking" sound coming from the,apparently original,"Electric Fuel pump Relay". So,I removed it,gave it a few taps,put it back in,and she fired right up. So,before I get stranded somewhere,I am getting a new Relay. Actually,after looking at all of them,they all look old and original. So,it may be adventageous to replace all of them,and keep the originals as "spares" and "Original Equipment Parts". I did already,change all new fuses this past Spring. However,some Relays can be very expensive,as I found out on a Porsche that I once owned. And,dealer prices are usually pretty outrageous. But,when I was checking auto parts stores for the Porsche Relay,found a very great disparity in price. (or unable to get an old one) It's almost like I'll have to check several auto parts stores for their price for each Relay. So,I was wondering if any of you guys had purchased any new Relays lately,and where. Also,when I do this, I will keep a"log" of which Relay,bought at which store,at what price,for anyone else for future reference. I assume that most of these,but,maybe not all,will be O.K. for several different year cars,and even maybe between 308 and 328.