Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Greenville, NC
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Hella 3611 relay?
So I was at the junkyard today and saw a blazer with some relays on the firewall that my truck doesn't have. All 4 of the relays are marked 3611 with the Hella logo on them and the full part number stamped on them is 12193611. I have tried googling them to find the specs on them but I cannot find the amperage rating on them anywhere. They are the water proof kind with weather pack connectors on the bottom. I just couldnt pass up a set of relays that nice. Two of the relays had what looked like 10-12 awg wires run to them so I am guessing they can handle a decent amount of amps. I just want to know if anybody know how much power they can actually handle?
Reason I am asking is because I have already rewired my headlights but if I could use these, It would look much more factory, be more waterproof than my current setup and I would have two spare relays for fogs, offroad lights, or whatever else I wanted to add.
I stole this picture from Warren262's 97 s10 ss in the 4.3 engine bay thread. They are mounted to the firewall in the upper left.
1999 S-10 Reg Cab Short Bed 4.3 3" AIM spindles, 2" Dick Cepek coils, 2" shackles, 2" body lift, Classic IIs, 31x10.50x15
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