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Old 07-01-2010, 10:25 PM   #1
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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.



Old 07-02-2010, 08:42 AM   #2
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Re: Hella 3611 relay?

If they are stock relays, they should be 30A relays. Sometimes they are stamped on them depending. You should post pics of the relays themselves.
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Re: Hella 3611 relay?

I already checked every square inch of it to see if it was stamped with the specs but its not. The only markings on it at all are on the top face with the white 3611 in the top right, the hella logo in the top left, 12193611 centered in the bottom. The front face has the generic relay pinout on it. and the right face has the lot number (7071A1) melted into it.

sorry for the crappy cell phone pics but thats all I have right now.






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Re: Hella 3611 relay?

I'm going to assume it's a 30A relay, most on our trucks are, there's no reason to go larger, unlike a ford taurus that has a e-fan. On s10's and blazers though, 30A will be the largest you need.
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Re: Hella 3611 relay?

These are marine relays. I run them on my 2005 Tige 22V wakeboarding boat that has a Mercruiser 5.0L engine. Your local boat dealer with a decent parts department should be able to get you the specifications on them.

Have also seen these on dune buggies as they are excellent for keeping the sand out.

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