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i took mine apart and found a copper looking strip connector fuse looking thing that was burned up. each one supposedly is connected to a pin that is then connected to the connector which connects to the actual plugs. i was wondering if i could solder a copper piece onto it to make the connection complete. i really don't want to drop 140 bucks on a new relay. it is model number 007 545 1632. i found an off brand called hueco and part number 0125459032. they say it is a match and the picture looks the same as mine. any help would be appreciated. thanks
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fuse

i don't know if you could call it a fuse. it might be i don't know...i think it would be kinda hard to find this exact piece of copper. even if i did i don't think there is a way for me to install it without popping rivets inside the relay components. what do you have used ones of? relays or fuses? thanks
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Relays...;-P Used fuses hit the trash pretty quick!

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used relay

what model relays do you have i need the one for 91 350sdl i think it is 0075451632. thanks dude

by the way i made a solder bridge from one of the copper bridge connecter fuse things inside the relay but all that accomplished was that when i turned the key to preglow position it would just light up for a split second. im not sure why that didn't work. it is essentially making a continuous circuit from the one that is blown to the others beside it.; i dunno..
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I'll dig through my stock and let you know:)

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