I have a specific way I hook the wires to a relay for different applications for a reason.
One way can leave the center unused terminal with power on it....I don't like the idea of a bare terminal that could get touched to ground and blow a fuse.
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I've always done the same thing, for the same reason. Most of the time I plug these relays into sockets with pigtails (makes it easy to swap out a failed relay), and I just clip off the wire not used. That said, I still wire it this way, to make sure there is never a chance of a short.
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