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Old 08-24-2012, 05:55 PM
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Hmmm ... reading this with interest, and always appreciate EOD Guys product knowlege and opinions.

I searched our NAPA catalog for "delay" (with the intent of finding a "headlights off" delay relay.)
I didn't find that, exactly, but this relay came up with various usage. (i.e. "A/C Comp Time Delay Relay", "A/C & Heater Delay Relay", and more specifically ... "A/C Condenser Fan Motor Relay "


NAPA Echlin #AR-143
NAPA SRP ~= $20.00 CDN

I'm thinking this might be worth a call to the tech line to see if there is an integral timer built in???

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If you guys are looking to add a delay timer to a relay...... check into a delay timer module for a house alarm system...... most work on 12v and if you use it to control the coil on your fan realy it might just work...... I've never used it for this type app..... but I have used them to control some devices I use in teaching.
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After some research this might be the solution

http://www.wolstentech.com/products/...delayrelay.php

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As far as your dia..... it will work as long as you provide a ground to the coil side of the relay. The 30 amp fuse before your on/off switch is a bit of over kill and your relay coil will burn up long before that 30 amp blows
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This is a good way to go also: 100% Brand New Electric Fan Relay with Thermostat Hardware Kit 180 TO 200 | eBay
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