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#1 2024-06-30 18:00:18

Skipperpricey
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Registered: 2024-06-30
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SPLIT CHARGE RELAY FOR LEISURE BATTERY

We have a 1996 Fiat Scudo Itaca CI campervan and our leisure battery, which is new, has stopped charging.  We've located the split charge relay and find that it's rusted to buggery!  It's so corroded that it's lost it's casing and so we have no reference details.  Is anyone able to supply a code for the relay? TIA20240630_175457.jpeg

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#2 2024-06-30 18:22:16

kenbw2
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From: Preston
Registered: 2017-11-26
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Re: SPLIT CHARGE RELAY FOR LEISURE BATTERY

Where was that plugged in? I don't think there's a standard DispatchExpertScudo relay for that so I guess it's whatever will fit those pins


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#3 2024-06-30 21:19:49

JohnDragonMan
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From: Derby, East Midlands, UK
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Re: SPLIT CHARGE RELAY FOR LEISURE BATTERY

it looks like a standard relay from the photo. my guess is that it turns on with the blowers..  takes its signal feed from that as the blowers only turn on when the engine is running

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#4 2024-06-30 21:43:24

RegW
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Registered: 2024-04-21
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Re: SPLIT CHARGE RELAY FOR LEISURE BATTERY

Look on the bottom and you should see numbers next to the terminals
30/85/86/87 for instance
This will tell you what sort of relay it is.
4 pin is usually a make/break type, 5 pin usually a changeover with  NO and NC terminals
The power rating you choose be above expected load


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