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Where can I get a 5-pin 30 amp relay? - December 15, 2009, 06:44 PM

For about $5.

No such thing at Advance Auto.
Sterling Auto Parts = $18


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Try CarQuest, J.K. Auto Parts, Olympus, Fairfax Auto Parts or Loudoun Auto Parts???


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I bought my at Advance Auto.


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For about $5.

No such thing at Advance Auto.
Sterling Auto Parts = $18
Try Dulles Electric, talk to Ross. They are on sterling Blvd by 28.


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Try Dulles Electric, talk to Ross. They are on sterling Blvd by 28.
I didn't know there was an electronics shop close by (not counting radioshack)! Awesome, I think I'm going to stop by with an EXUP eliminator diagram to see if he can tell me what I need to buy.

*edit* wait a second, I think that's a different type of electronics than I was looking for


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When I said Sterling Auto Parts, I meant Fairfax Auto Parts. The one on Rt7. Not paying that much for one.

Dulles Electric is a no, no auto type stuff. I'll just call JK and Carquest tomorrow.

Thanks for the ideas.


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When I said Sterling Auto Parts, I meant Fairfax Auto Parts. The one on Rt7. Not paying that much for one.

Dulles Electric is a no, no auto type stuff. I'll just call JK and Carquest tomorrow.

Thanks for the ideas.
Travis,

I can just give ya one of mine if you want it.

I live in the same place as when you came down before.

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Are you sure it's your main relay? did you test it?

I know when I had starting issues it ended up being my rectifier having some circuit issues. When I disconnected it I was able to start the bike.


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Travis,

I can just give ya one of mine if you want it.

I live in the same place as when you came down before.

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Thanks Pat, if you weren't so far out of my way I would. I ought to be able to find one close by.


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Are you sure it's your main relay? did you test it?

I know when I had starting issues it ended up being my rectifier having some circuit issues. When I disconnected it I was able to start the bike.
This has nothing to do with my SV.


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