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Old 03-18-2004, 08:16 AM   #86
netZ
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Yes, but sometimes you don't have an extra relay to use... so this method works just as well.

It's suggested to install a quenching diode across the coils 85&86. This will prevent your nps switch and ecu from being fried once the magnetic field collapses from removing the power souce to the relay.

Depending on how you wired 85&86, cathode (ring side) of the diode is wired to the 12 volt source, anode side (non ring side) is wired to the other side.

So, if Pin86 receives +12volts, then the cathode side is wired to Pin 86. if Pin85 receives -12volts, then the anode side is wired to Pin 85.

Either way, you still need a diode!
netZ

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Originally posted by it8ezbngrn
IT CAN DRIVE A RELAY! MINE DOES. READ RELAYS FOR DUMMIES ON SCOOBYMODS.COM AND IT HAS A POST HOW TO DO THIS WITHA RELAY AND NOT USING THE HOOD PIN SWITCH INPUT, BUT USING THE NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH INPUT OF THE ALARM AND THE EBRAKE. I HAVE DONE THIS ALREADY. But I aslo am a DEI installer.
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Last edited by netZ; 03-18-2004 at 08:34 AM.
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