I’d imagine so. Only ones I saw.
Yeah, so this new problem is from bad wiring, or bad ground?Well I suppose that’s good and bad news lol. Clearly you have a ground issue. I’d trace the wires to the starter relay carefully. Either the switch shorted out, or the relay itself. Possibly something else but it’s a good place to start.
Obviously figure out where the smoke came from....bet you’ll find some melted wires.
hi dez,Disconnect those 3 power cables and charge the battery to about 13.5 volts and I bet it will start. Then test the battery voltage running, it should be about 14 volts.
Then, get a Bosch 40/50 amp relay and run the 3 power cables thru it, triggered by the ignition to turn on.
I looked at the UK ebay and found lots of "Bosch relays" and prewired plug for around $12-$15 shipped.hi dez,
I am going to re wire my indicators and horn soon. You was on about running the power for them throguh a Bosch relay or something ? Can you please send me a link where to buy this relay as I can’t find it.
CAn you please send me the link and also the plugs, and how to install these?I looked at the UK ebay and found lots of "Bosch relays" and prewired plug for around $12-$15 shipped.
This will allow a low amperage ignition 'on' to trigger the relay to add the additional lights, horn and any additional wiring, and then turn off with the ignition.
The Bosch relay was to isolate the horn and lights from the ignition system. If you already have them connected then don't worry about it.CAn you please send me the link and also the plugs, and how to install these?
I already got a horn relay and a indicator relay installed, so where and how od i install this bosch relay.