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Old 01-01-2011, 01:19 PM
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4 prong relay diagram

hey does anyone have relay diagrams for 4 prongs? i'm going from a 4 prong to a five with a moomentary but dont know which slots are what, i looked and serched and could't find anything so i'm hopin you guys have somethin.

its a about half inch wide by an inch long with 2 prongs runnig paralel vertically and 2 running horizontally paralel

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Canít say for sure without seeing the relay, but keep in mind relays are simply a coil of wire and a switch.
Two prongs will be connected to the coil of wire the other two will be the switch side. Use a multimeter and check for resistance across the prongs, the two that have resistance are the coil side the other two are the switch side and should show open line when tested. How it works: power goes into the coil of wire when it finds a path to ground current flows and turns the coil of wire into a electromagnet closing the switch. It sounds like you are talking about a micro relay look closely next to the prongs there should be numbers molded into it.
If the numbers are there it should go like this
30 = power to the switch side
87 = power out on the switch side
86 = power into the coil (from momentary switch)
85 = ground for the coil side

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alright i guess i can give it a try i just don't wanna wreck anything
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Just like stated above for the mini-relay(square), 30 is from battery, 85 to ground, 86 is power from switch, and 30 goes to the load (whatever you are trying to power). If you have the micro-relay(rectangle), it may be numbered 1, 2, 3, and 5. If that is the case, 3 is power from the battery, 2 goes to ground, 1 is power from the switch, and 5 goes to the load.

4 Prong Pins:
30 or 3 = Battery
85 or 2 = Ground
86 or 1 = Power from switch
30 or 5 = Load (Light, Horn, etc.)

Hope this sheds some light on your project.
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30 = I am wire out to the tiny prong off the starter motor.
85 = I can go direct to ground at frame.
86 = I am the starter switch/button/toggle/etc.
87 = I am fused so we blow and stop here not torch wire harness and shed we shed more light.

Did we walk that wire with jobbers and we have one wire hanging? We understand where that last wire goes to complete a circuit?
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Old 01-02-2011, 08:43 AM
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Relay Pic

Disregard my previous post. I made mistake in my numbers.

4 Prong Relay pins:
30 or 3 = Battery
85 or 2 = Ground
86 or 1 = Power from switch
87 or 5 = Load(light, horn, etc.)
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