Spare relays


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fnickel
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Spare relays

Post by fnickel » Sun May 24, 2015 6:35 am



I have a '92 1500SE. Am planning some longer trips this summer and would like to have some spare electrical relays along just in case. Are all the relays on the bike the same, or are there different ones for different applications? If they are all the same, I think having a couple of new spares along should be plenty. If there are a number of different ones on the bike, might just take one of each. Thanks for your help.



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Re: Spare relays

Post by robb » Sun May 24, 2015 1:51 pm

Basically 2 , but 1 is most prevalent, 7@ (black) Omron G8MS-H30 12V 20A (0817D6). Few (2) with different lower # due to mount style, but this relay will work. There is a (blue) Omron G8MS-H35 12V 10A (29Y6D6). Most used fuses are 5-10-15 amp.

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Re: Spare relays

Post by ct1500 » Mon May 25, 2015 5:29 am

This relay can be used in any position for substitution in relay box.

http://goldwingdocs.com/Store/Goldwing- ... MS-H30.asp

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