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Unread 08-08-2010, 10:52 PM   #1
mshrmhd
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arb air locker relay needed

went to a concert a couple weeks ago and it was a nice day out so i left the top off.. turns out brad paisley wanted water for his h20 tour... by the time we got back to the car i had about 4 inches of water on the floorboards... long story short, the relay was kind of underwater.. next day when i removed the carpet and shop vac'd the rest of the water out then waxed the floor the relay started sizzling then blew the case off... no idea why it waited till the next day to do that though..

so i need to get a replacement relay... no idea if i can get it from autozone or anything or even where i might be able to order it... but when i searched for it, i found this thread..

it is a proquip P1512XP
12VDC 40A
5 pin dual 87 with bracket


has these markings except instead of the resistor rectangle it is, i believe, a diac..
http://www.proquip.com.au/Images/Aut.../Relay%20A.jpg


if anyone can lead me into the right direction, it would be appreciated... thank you.

and also, i have a relay socket for my off road lights that got corroded pretty bad (unrelated) and needs to be replaced.. are they universal? as long as i get a 4 or socket and wire it correctly ( don remember if the lights relay was 4 or 5.. )



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