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Someone stole my brake lamp relay out of my fuse box and when they did the little clamps that hold the relay in and make it connect came out with it. What would those little metal pieces be called

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Not sure about any clamps that hold the relay in place. On the bottom of the relay are blades(part of the relay) for the connection. They fit into a LUGS that are crimped onto the wires that the relay connects to. To get a replacement lug you need to know the dimensions for the blade it connects to(Thickness and width, usually 4.8 x 0.8mm, just take the relay) and the diameter of the wire(cut a small piece off if you have enough slack). To replace you need a specialised crinping tool although a pair of pliers can also be used but then soldering is definately recommended. Your local electrical supplier should stock it and theyre like $5 for 100.
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