Re: [DML] RPM Relay Question: Should it be hot to the touch after drivi
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Re: [DML] RPM Relay Question: Should it be hot to the touch after driving?



It may well be the actual connector in the plug being loose and getting 
hot. I've seen a car break down because of this as it finally got so hot 
it melted the RPM relay. I replaced the crimp inside the plug, and the 
RPM relay - perfect.

Martin

jedimasterglenn wrote:

> Just as the subject asks...should the RPM relay be hot to the touch
> after driving for 20 mins? I was doing a routine visual check of my
> electrical compartment and happened to bump into it. It was very
> hot. Nothing has melted. I replaced this relay with a brand new part
> within the last year.
>
> Thanks,
> Glenn
> 5391
>
>  




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