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Old 06-08-2014, 06:08 AM   #1
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Default convertible wiring relays

I'm building a convertible 94 Mustang I'm using a EZ wiring kit. I have all the tools, wiring schematic for the mustang top, the proper switch and breaker. I have two NAPA relays part #913157 orAR240. These relays have five spades. I don't have a clue which spade does what. They are number 1-5 . If anyone could shed some light it would be greatly appreciated.

Joe
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