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Crouching Relay, Hidden Part Number

This is just an FYI post. The ford relay (#14B192-AA) = Napa part number AR170.

It wasn't in any of their books or computers -- lil diagram printed on the side tells all
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as requested -- relay diagram on the side of the ford part (also identical to napa part)
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looks like a standard relay diagram to me. Directed relays are the best ive found. For a 100ma trigger.
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guys, this isn't about what a relay is, its saying this ford part = this napa part thanks to a diagram on the side of the part. Someone asked me if I could post up a picture of that diagram incase someone would need it w/o having to pull the relay and have it for reference.
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Bosch relays are better, directed relays the contacts are to close, enough current and it can arc!

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