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GPR question

Is it possible to wire the relay wrong, like 180 degrees out? There's no markings on it. I don't think so, but thought I'd ask. Thanks.
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No, neither circuit is polarized. Just make sure the new relay is one where the coil circuit is not grounded through the mounting base.
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Thank you, Madpogue.
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