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    Default WTB: Pug 505 Tachymetric relay

    Hi all,

    I have a 1984 505 Pug and it runs really well, that is until the tachymetric relay decided to fry itself. Does anyone have one for sale or know where I can purchase one?

    Cheers,

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    Try Pugwreck in Melbourne

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    Thanks Beano - will try them and other wreckers.

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    I'm fairly sure I have one or two. Will look tomorrow.

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    Yes, I have one. Does yours have 6 or 7 pins?

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    Peter - ill have to check tonight when I am back home. Ill send you a PM with the pin numbers.

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    Peter - the relay has 6 pins. Can you let me know if you have one available so we can discuss the next steps.

    Cheers,

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    Just wanted to give my thanks to PeterT for assisting me with this.

    Regards,

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    Unfortunately the relay Pete sent me was the wrong pin configuration.. so looks like theres more than 1 type. So I posted the pic up, hopefully someone will have a spare.


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    Just to conclude this thread, I managed to buy a capacitor to replace the busted one and soldered it on... works now

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