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Old 05-28-2014, 08:58 AM   #1
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Fuse 47 Changeover to Relay DIY

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Interesting has anyone on the forum done this first hand?
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I have been wanting to do this mod but I'm completely clueless when it comes to anything electricity related. Guess I will have to try and find somebody who can do it for me.
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I have been wanting to do this mod but I'm completely clueless when it comes to anything electricity related. Guess I will have to try and find somebody who can do it for me.
I thought the same thing. Read the directions a couple of times and you'll see how simple it really is. The total assembly is done outside the car (at the kitchen table). Then you just plug it in. It's as simple as "attach A to B". Really simple.

Do it yourself. I did.
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I am going to give it a try. Which relay method did you use? 4 pin or 5 pin?
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I am going to give it a try. Which relay method did you use? 4 pin or 5 pin?
Either can be used. Only difference is that, with the 5 pin, the "relay off" output isn't used. It's just capped, essentially making it a 4 pin relay.
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Is this only for the v6?
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I used the 5-Pin because it's weather sealed. Do it. It's really simple. Just follow the directions.
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Check out the finsished product.....

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Is this only for the v6?
Wondering this too. I've got a GT Auto and would like the answer.

If it is useful on the 5.0 I guess I'll be doing this mod too.

Though I've found driving with the car in "S" mode for Auto makes the car pretty fun compared to normal "D" mode.
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It works since it deals with the transmission rather than the engine.

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Fuse 47 Changeover to Relay DIY

Hey everyone, I know this is quite old now but I found this form and have a quick question. I ordered the Inline "Littlefuse Fuse Holder ATO ATC Kit Waterproof Marine Motorcycle 18 -16 Ga 15 Amp In-line Waterproof" part from amazon and got back some junk, in the bag was screws and other random items to match the weight requirements of the package I'm assuming. Either way, is there any other links on amazon that have similar parts that would work that I could order? Thank you in advance!
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These are the two parts I bought to do mine.
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These are the two parts I bought to do mine.
That was all you needed? Did you go with the 4 pin, non-weatherproof?

I wanted to do the weatherproof one and have all the other pieces except for the one mentioned earlier, I see some other similar items on amazon for that piece but not sure if they would work or not.
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I was able to find weatherproof relay + socket on Amazon a fee months ago... keep digging and you'll probably find it. You can probably get the in-line weatherproof fuse holder at the local auto parts store.
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I went 5-pin weather proof and just capped the extra pin

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