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    Case Fan Relay Help

    So I'm looking at this site for a relay to wire fans to my remote wire and I have zero experience with relays... none. Help? 12V Relays & Sockets in the Car Audio Department at Parts Express | 399







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    Re: Case Fan Relay Help

    87-fused 12v ......86-12v turn on in....30 12v output........85 ground.




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    Re: Case Fan Relay Help

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    87-fused 12v ......86-12v turn on in....30 12v output........85 ground.
    So 87 and 85 are 12v constant and ground (easy) The 86 is the remote wire input from the HU and the 30 is the power pin for anything I wanna run? That's where I splice my amp remotes as well as the fans right? I just pick up a socket for the relay and connect to the precut wires?




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    Re: Case Fan Relay Help

    Quote Originally Posted by coolername View Post
    So 87 and 85 are 12v constant and ground (easy) The 86 is the remote wire input and the 30 is the power pin for anything I wanna run? That's where I splice my amp remotes as well as the fans right? I just pick up a socket and connect to the precut wires?
    yes sir.

    ---------- Post added at 10:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:30 PM ----------

    87a will not be used in this situation.

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    i would just solder straight to the pins, and heat shrink, instead of wasting money on a socket.




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    Re: Case Fan Relay Help

    Cool thanks bro. Are the pins labeled? Lol I've been looking at the top face of the relay and it's painfully unclear to me




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    yeah they will be




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    Thanks homie!




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    Re: Case Fan Relay Help

    i'll try to take a pic of mine on where to wire the power and ground from the fan and the power and ground from the relay and remote to relay. its actually pretty easy if i can do it, i am sure u can, but i will take a pic of what i have if it helps u



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