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Fan relay wireing

Can i please get a wireing diagram for my intertherm PRA-042k blower fan(relay) thanks

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It is a peanut style relay with 5 wires. Two which are for a coil, and 1 normally open and one normally closed and one hot. The relay on that model does tell you that.

Posted on Oct 20, 2007

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Hope this helps PLEASE GRADE ME ACCORDINGLY and GOOD LUCK.

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