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Does anyone make a relay panel without switches? I would like to run my iPod interface, DroidX car dock, and Viper alarm through relays instead of wiring directly to the harness. There is no need for switches for these.

I could just buy relays, but it would be nice to have a waterproof panel to run them to and to tap into a single power source for stuff like this.


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I made on for BIGCAT, pm him and see if he will send you a picture. I made myself one but the one I made him is much better.

here is mine, I used the plate that is under the steering column behind the trim panel


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I have used these several times with excellent results. Painless wiring Relay Bank. They are available in either a 3 or 6 bank configuration.

http://www.painlessperformance.com/w...rchField=30107



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post #4 of 9 Old 08-30-2010, 05:20 PM
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Bussman makes one that is configurable. You can make it to have relays, fuses or whatever you want. See the one in this build.http://www.jk-forum.com/showthread.php?t=119415
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I made on for BIGCAT, pm him and see if he will send you a picture. I made myself one but the one I made him is much better.

here is mine, I used the plate that is under the steering column behind the trim panel
What kind of relays did you use?


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Those are standard Bosch type automotive relays, should cost no more than a few bucks each. I made a box, but cant link for about a week until I get home and have full access.

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Those are standard Bosch type automotive relays, should cost no more than a few bucks each. I made a box, but cant link for about a week until I get home and have full access.
yeah what he said 30 and 40 amp standard relays


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ok Big Mike.... Here you go.

Is this what you are looking for?

Hella, from rallylights.com

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ok Big Mike.... Here you go.

Is this what you are looking for?

Hella, from rallylights.com

Exactly, THANKS!

Now, what size relays for Alarm, iPod harness, Droid dock?


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