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  1. REM9

    REM9 Karting

    Jun 17, 2001
    173
    Finger Lakes NY, USA
    Full Name:
    rem9
    After a recent bout with a tempermental relay failure in a TR, I happened across the below information and thought it might be helpful to someone in the future.
    Russ


    Terminal Definition
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    IGNITION
    1 Ignition coil, ignition distributor, low voltage
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    (Ignition distributor with two separate electrical circuits)
    1a to ignition contact breaker I
    1b to ignition contact breaker II
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    2 short-circuit terminal (magneto ignition)
    4 Ignition coil, ignition distributor, high voltage
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    (ignition distributor with two separate electrical circuits)
    4a from ignition coil I, terminal 4
    4b from ignition coil II, terminal 4
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    15 Switched + downstream of battery
    (output of ignition/driving switch)
    15a Output at dropping resistor to ignition coil and starter
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    GLOW PLUG AND STARTER SWITCH
    17 Start
    19 Preheat
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    BATTERY
    30 input from + battery terminal, direct
    30a input from + terminal of battery II
    (12/24 V series-parallel battery switch)
    31 Return line to battery
    - battery terminal or ground, direct
    31b Return ine to negative battery terminal or ground, via switch
    or relay (switched negative)
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    (12/24 V series-parallel battery)
    31a Return line to - terminal of battery II
    31c Return line to - terminal of battery I
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    ELECTRIC MOTORS
    32 Return line
    (Polarity reversal possible at terminals 32-33)
    33 Main terminal connection
    (Polarity reversal possible at terminals 32-33)
    33a Self-parking switch-off
    33b Shunt field
    33f For second lower-speed range
    33g For third lower-speed range
    33h For fourth lower-speed range
    33L Counterclockwise rotation
    33R Clockwise rotation
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    STARTER
    45 Separate starter relay, output; starter input (main current)
    45a Output, starter I
    Input, starters I and II (Two-starter parallel operation)
    45b Output, starter II (Two-starter parallel operation)
    48 Terminal on starter and on start-repeating relay for
    monitoring starting procedure
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    TURN SIGNAL FLASHER
    49 Input
    49a Output
    49b Output, second turn-signal circuit
    49c Output, third turn-signal circuit
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    STARTER
    50 Starter control (direct)
    50a Output for starter control
    (Series-parallel battery switch)
    50b Starter control with parallel operation of two starters with
    sequential control
    50c Input at starting relay for starter I
    (Starting relay for sequential control of the engagement
    current during parallel operation of two starters)
    50d Input at starting relay for starter I
    (Starting relay for sequential control of the engagement
    current during parallel operation of two starters)
    50e Input, Start-locking relay
    50f Output, Start-locking relay
    50g Input, Start-repeating relay
    50h Output, Start-repeating relay
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    ALTERNATOR
    51 DC voltage at rectifier
    51e DC voltage at rectifier with choke coil for daytime driving
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    TRAILER SIGNALS
    52 Signals from trailer to towing vehicle, general
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    WIPER MOTOR
    53 Wiper motor, input (+)
    53a Wiper (+), self-parking switch-off
    53b Wiper (shunt winding)
    53c Electric windshield-washer pump
    53e Wiper (brake winding)
    53i Wiper motor with permanent magnet and third brush (for higher
    speed)
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    TRAILER SIGNAL
    54 For lamp combinations and trailer plug connections
    TRAILER STOP LAMP
    54g Pneumatic valve for additional retarding brake,
    electromagnetically actuated
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    LIGHTING
    55 Fog lamps
    56 Headlamp
    56a High beam, high-beam indicator lamp
    56b Low beam
    56d Headlamp-flasher contact
    57 Side-marker lamp: motorcycles, mopeds.
    Abroad also cars, trucks, etc.
    57a Parking lamp
    57L Parking lamp, left
    57R Parking lamp, right
    58 Side-marker lamps, tail lamps, license-plate lamps and
    instrument-panel lamps
    58b Tail-lamp changeover for single-axle tractors
    58c Trailer plug-and-receptacle assembly for single-conductor
    tail-lamp cable with fuse in trailer
    58d Variable-intensity instrument-panel lamp, tail-lamp and
    side-marker lamp
    58L Side-marker lamp, left
    58R Side-marker lamp, right; license-plate lamp
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    ALTERNATOR (magneto, generator)
    59 AC voltage, output
    Rectifier, input
    59a Charging armature, output
    59b Tail-lamp armature, output
    59c Stop-lamp armature, output
    61 Alternator charge-indicator lamp
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    TONE-SEQUENCE CONTROL DEVICE
    71 Input
    71a Output to horns 1 & 2, low
    71b Output to horns 1 & 2, high
    72 Alarm switch (rotating beacon)
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    INTERIOR
    75 Radio, cigarette lighter
    76 Speaker
    77 Door-valve control
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    SWITCHES
    ----------(Break-contact and changeover switches)----------------------
    81 Input
    81a 1st output, break side
    81b 2nd output, break side
    ----------(Make-contact switches)--------------------------------------
    82 Input
    82a 1st output
    82b 2nd output
    82z 1st input
    82y 2nd input
    ----------(Multiple-position switches)---------------------------------
    83 Input
    83a Output, position 1
    83b Output, position 2
    83L Output, left-hand position
    83R Output, right-hand position
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    CURRENT RELAY
    84 Input, actuator and relay contact
    84a Output, actuator
    84b Output, relay contact
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    SWITCHING RELAY
    85 Output, actuator (end of winding to ground or negative)
    86 Start of winding
    86a Start of winding or 1st winding
    86b Winding tap or 2nd winding
    ----------(relay contact for break and changeover contacts)------------
    87 Input
    87a 1st output (break side)
    87b 2nd output
    87c 3rd output
    87z 1st input
    87y 2nd input
    87x 3rd input
    ----------(Relay contact for make contact)-----------------------------
    88 Input
    ----------(Relay contact for make and changeover contacts (make side))-
    88a 1st output
    88b 2nd output
    88c 3rd output
    ----------(Relay contact for make contact)-----------------------------
    88z 1st input
    88y 2nd input
    88x 3rd input
     
  2. tbakowsky

    tbakowsky F1 World Champ
    Professional Ferrari Technician Consultant

    Sep 18, 2002
    14,404
    The Cold North
    Full Name:
    Tom
    cool! thanks!!
     

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