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post #11 of 16 Old 10-01-2010, 06:31 PM
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Stancor / White-Rodgers - 586-903 - Sensors, Switches & Relays - Relays - Allied Electronics

Check this one out!

Had too replace mine this evening... Took about 30 min.

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I am going to go with the Western 56131K-1 relay. For around $13 you can't beat the price! Not too many people run it, but the reviews I've read, I haven't heard any problems with them.

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I think im going with the big bastard the 903 and also hopes this helps with some of my cold start issues! Thanks for the help guys!


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Resting voltage of a battery is around 12V, so if the coil for the 903 is rated at 15V, it isn't going to pull in and seal as hard as the 902, which is rated at 12V. I don't think you can go wrong with either one.

Considering the Western relay is only $12, I think it would be worth while to give it a try. Nothing but good things i've read about it.
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Stancor / White-Rodgers - 586-903 - Sensors, Switches & Relays - Relays - Allied Electronics

Check this one out!

Had too replace mine this evening... Took about 30 min.
Having the same problem with my pickup, ordered a 902 from Allied there. Use coupon code SAVETEN, and get 10% off.

Oh, and thanks for having the info I needed. Didn't even have to ask a question. Unless this fails to completely fix my cool (it isn't even cold yet) starting problems.
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