Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Windham, ME
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No, definitely don't ground the "I" terminal, but what I was saying is that some relays don't ground the coil through the mounting bracket. Rather, one of the small terminals is B+ and the other is the ground. The old NAPA electrical book had schematics for the relays, which told you how they were wired internally. Of course, the new & improved book doesn't have them.
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