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> Replacing Turn Signal Relay, What is correct positioning of wires on URO relay
Maroon Loon
post Jun 2 2020, 04:16 PM
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Hello,

I am looking to replace signal relay # 914.618.303.11.

Is there a place to purchase another one?

I came across a URO model with is listed as a replacement version, although the pins are located differently.

What do you think is the correct positioning / location pins from the OEM part to the URO?

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post Jun 2 2020, 06:14 PM
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I believe the top relay pin layout is for the hi/lo beam selector relay.

The lower relay pin layout is for the flasher relay. Universally available EP26 in many FLAPS is LED-compatible and pin compatible with the 914 OEM relay. A slight modification is needed for the K/C/C2 pin to drive the common connection of the tachometer turnsignal indicators. I resell modified EP26 flasher relays for the 914.
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post Jun 2 2020, 06:55 PM
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QUOTE(Spoke @ Jun 2 2020, 05:14 PM) *

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I believe the top relay pin layout is for the hi/lo beam selector relay.

The lower relay pin layout is for the flasher relay. Universally available EP26 in many FLAPS is LED-compatible and pin compatible with the 914 OEM relay. A slight modification is needed for the K/C/C2 pin to drive the common connection of the tachometer turnsignal indicators. I resell modified EP26 flasher relays for the 914.



Hello Spoke...so now I see that you do sell the modified turn signal relays for 914's....I must have missed it earlier. Could you please post the link for the purchase of such a relay? Thank you very much.
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post Jun 2 2020, 07:06 PM
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QUOTE(Spoke @ Jun 2 2020, 05:14 PM) *

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I believe the top relay pin layout is for the hi/lo beam selector relay.

The lower relay pin layout is for the flasher relay. Universally available EP26 in many FLAPS is LED-compatible and pin compatible with the 914 OEM relay. A slight modification is needed for the K/C/C2 pin to drive the common connection of the tachometer turnsignal indicators. I resell modified EP26 flasher relays for the 914.



Hello Spoke...so now I see that you do sell the modified turn signal relays for 914's....I must have missed it earlier. Could you please post the link for the purchase of such a relay? Thank you very much.
gg


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