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Wheel Horse 520H Relay & Engine Connector Solutions

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I've already replaced the fuse block on most of my tractors.

The 9-pin connector and relays are the remaining weak links.

I am going to add these projects to my spring tune-up list.

I never heard of weatherproof relays.  Learn something new every day.  Where did you find them?

Thanks for the information. 

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12 hours ago, cheesegrader said:

I've already replaced the fuse block on most of my tractors.

The 9-pin connector and relays are the remaining weak links.

I am going to add these projects to my spring tune-up list.

I never heard of weatherproof relays.  Learn something new every day.  Where did you find them?

Thanks for the information. 

 

You can find the relays in many places online.  I order mine from  Susquehanna MotorSports (www.rallylights.com)

 

But you can cross reference to many other types such as Bosh & Tyco.  You can also buy from Napa or other Automotive parts stores as these relays are used in many applications of similar nature.  All depends on cost at each location.

 

 

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Good info here on the "if you don't have them your are gonna" wiring proplems on the 520, Thanks Bow :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Glenn Pettit makes a plastic cover that snugly fits over the 4 slot fuse block on the 520s.  Keep the fuse block clean.  If it feels hot you may have time to replace the contact before it melts the block.

 

One solution for the 9-Pin is to replace the two red wire contracts with gold plated ones.

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So new to this forum bought my 520H in 97  have had a few problems over the yrs but figured them out have a starter issue new starter pushes the gear out but won’t spin it to turn flywheel even on the bench same thing is this a relay issue or the new starter is bad? Thanks for the help

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Those relays are common in late 90's and up GM cars. I go to the local pick you pull junk yard and grab a handfull when I need them. Clip the plug with it.

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:WRS:  dburu

I would suspect you might have some thing going on it the atarter.

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