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About p-mo

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  • Birthday 21/01/1983

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  1. Trouble with relays

    Thanks guys. I originally didnt have the LED in place I just wanted to check the state of the indicator line to check I hadnt accidently hooked to an always on line. It is a new style LED I just hooked a 501 that Id bought spares of for sidelights, etc. Oh and I did have a fuse right at battery terminal- I just neglected to add that to diagram. The wiring from the battery->fuse->Relay->Fusebox is of a very high gauge so no issues with that overheating. The Amplifier itself has a 20Amp fuse (both at amplifier and new fusebox) and my relay is rated 30/40Amp. All Im running off it is the Amplifier power and signal line. I guess maybe having the LED in series could have pulled too much power through the signal line. Ill remove LED try a different relay and get back to you.
  2. Hello, Been trying to install a relay and fusebox in the boot of my Celica (Gen7 if you care!). I have installed as the attached picture shows. However It seems that power is going to the fusebox whether the signal line (86->85) is sitting at 12v or not. The line from the interior fusebox seems to work as expected (VAcc off= no led, VAcc on= lit LED). However whether or not the LED is lit power gets to the fusebox- I've ran an amplifier off the the fusebox (along with the signal line for the amplifier) and I still get sound through the amp at all times. Do I need something on 87a? Do I have this hooked completly wrong? Do I have a dodgy relay? (oh and sorry for the slightly weird depiction of ground- sure you know what I mean)
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  7. Welcome to Celica Club UK p-mo :)