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Old 10-12-2004, 07:56 PM   #125
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yeap, i've received numerous emails/pm's etc and some were able to use the NSS to drive a relay. perhaps it depends on the type of relay used. dei sells miniature relays, i believe they can be used instead of the typical 12volt bosch type relay.

if genner find success then i'm sure he'll post his results.


Originally Posted by quynce
As stated in my original post, I was NOT able to drive a relay with the NSS, which is why I wired it to the hood pin. I believe there is a module made by PAC that can essentially 'amplify' a weak output. I think you told me about it netZ...

Also, assuming your NSS can drive a relay, a diode certainly wouldn't hurt. It would protect the switch in the event your wire shorted to ground somehow.
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