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Old 06-09-2010, 02:10 PM
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There are alot of Rodders here from Australia, but I ain't gonna guess. Some folks get pissed if you guess wrong.

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I'm guessing Australia.
Sorry mate but yer wrong, the other ocean.................Atlantic.
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A good reason for using a relay is that you can control a large current with a small current remotely, which means that you only have to run a single small wire from a dash mounted switch to the relay, which can be mounted close to the load...

You can also wire a relay to allow several control inputs, so you could switch a fan on with both a thermal switch, and a dash mounted switch...

I try to avoid bringing high current loads from the engine compartment into the car, especially under the dash..If you ever fried an inadequate switch under your dash you'll appreciate why.

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