Now you can select a switch with any appearance or current rating and leave the dirty job of reliable high current switching to the ARC relay module. This unit contains four 40-amp plug-in relays and input fuse connectors for late model ATO blade-style fuses. If your car already possesses the required fusing, the unit can be wired to a point which bypasses its built-in fusing. This unit also features replaceable lugless connectors. Relay coils activate from a grounded switch. Measures 5-1/8'' long x 1-7/8'' wide. High Current Relay Module Top Veiw:
High Current Relay Module Top Veiw:
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Can the 12 volt output connector "B" be used to supply current to the MSD 6AL Ignition Control Box small red wire ? The MSD 6AL instructions specify the small red wire be connected to "a switched 12 volt source such as an ignition key or switch".
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