RE: [DML] Re: Strange Relay Part Two
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RE: [DML] Re: Strange Relay Part Two



Scott, Sounds like the PO didn't know how to fix the car and knowing that it
needed the extra voltage when cranking just did a quick bypass. Take all
that stuff out and replace the solenoid / starter with new solenoid and your
back in business. The B/Y wire comes from the solenoid as you know and the
contact point inside is burned up.
John Hervey  
www.deloreanautoparts.com


-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Scot Stern
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2007 5:33 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Re: Strange Relay Part Two

Perhaps I was not real accurate in my description in my first post.  
I have the normal relay that has the blue and yellow wires and is 
located in the same spot, on a bracket that was installed at the 
factory.  This one seems to be wired to the resister pack and I think 
that it does the same thing as number two relay!

The one that I am asking about is a second relay that was added next 
to the first and it goes from the hot, on the battery post in the 
engine compartment, to the coil via the relay and is activated by the 
starter.

That is the one that I am questioning.  I understand that there is 
one that is standard on all cars located in the same spot.  

John, this one is located right next to the first one and it is 
mounted directly to the firewall by the nut that holds the bracket on 
the firewall. 

I have looked at a number of Deloreans and I have never seen it on 
another car.  Frankly, it is strange that it would be mounted where 
it is as other than the ground wire, which attaches to the resister 
frame, all of the other wires are located under and around the coil.  
It would seem like it would have bee easier to have mounted in near 
the coil.

Thanks,

Scot 
6452



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