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Thread: FS: Early Aluminum Relays, 5 total, Good condition. $25 each or $100 for all

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    FS: Early Aluminum Relays, 5 total, Good condition. $25 each or $100 for all

    I have five aluminum relays. I found one more after taking the pictures. All are in very good to excellent condition. Two have very small dents that I tried to capture in the pictures.
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    At what point does the average 911 owner need these relays. should one have some for spares; what are they for? Chris
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    According to this, they are headlight flasher relays...

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...lays-70-e.html
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    According to this, they are headlight flasher relays...

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...lays-70-e.html


    Interesting. Porsche describes it as "Standard type relay." It has part number 911 615 109 01 listed for many uses.
    Found that listed as used on horn, blower, headlight flasher, fog headlight, series resistor, ignition coil, injection system. rear window heating, 100 W cigarette lighter, high beam, windscreen heating. 10 used per car on a 1970 911. Anyone know of a windscreen heating system ? Never seen a heated the front glass.

    Later ones had the same part number but had black plastic covers. The attraction to these is the aluminum covers which were original style. If you want some spares I have plenty of later plastic cover relays. They are very reliable and have test a couple hundred with only a few bad ones. Current Genuine Porsche relays are made in China.

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    ^^^^^^^good stuf!
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    Would like to buy these . I will send a PM . Rich

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