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aftermarket relay/breaker sx 150

hi all
this is a relay on a sx150 for aftermarket brakes and headlight so it has vic rego.... its %$#$@#ed and %&^%#$ed if i can find it on the google machine, it has no markings...
any suggestions from our learned colleagues would be *&^&%$##@en greatly appreciated....

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hi all
this is a relay on a sx150 for aftermarket brakes and headlight so it has vic rego.... its %$#$@#ed and %&^%#$ed if i can find it on the google machine, it has no markings...
any suggestions from our learned colleagues would be *&^&%$##@en greatly appreciated....
Pic????
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it worked a treat in the electrical section, cant do it here for some ^&%$en reason, there is a pic there, i will pm you mate
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cheers tom69-1
HTF did you do that?
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cheers tom69-1
HTF did you do that?
Opened the picture from electrical post then copied its location, added to post with insert image above message box.
Dunno if it can be seen before logging in.
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ok...I'll believe you

do you know what I should be googling?
the electrics didnt work when I bought it for the little bloke but it has rec rego so thats the main thing, Id just like to get it going as a project more than anything...
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Looks like a Voltage regulator.

Dunno, I make sparks with a welder not electricals, well not if all goes well.

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Looks like a Voltage regulator.
Could be a 1/2 wave rectifier, a series DC voltage reg or a single pole relay.

Without chasing the wiring/a diagram it's hard to tell.

Eyeball every side of it, gotta be a number somewhere.
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