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> fs 914-6 fuse/relay board
gulf908
post Feb 13 2020, 10:18 PM
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for sale - fuse / relay board for a 914-6
recently bought but now surplus to requirements
in excellent + condition - checked out and cleaned by my electrical mechanic
no cracks - black tar on reverse is still good - with spindle
ready to plug in
914 610 103 00
AUS $800 plus shipping from Sydney Australia

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post Feb 27 2020, 12:15 AM
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bump - new price
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bump for new Easter price
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I’m interested. I have an original six, and need the relay board. Can you tell me the difference between the 4 and 6 relay board.
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post Apr 12 2020, 08:48 AM
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I'm no six expert but right away I see that the fuse holders are turned from the way they are on a 4 board and are spaced further apart. The board also holds only 2 relays as opposed to four since it doesn't need injection and fuel pump relays. Some of the plugs and locations are different as well
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QUOTE(914bub @ Apr 12 2020, 10:48 AM) *

I'm no six expert but right away I see that the fuse holders are turned from the way they are on a 4 board and are spaced further apart. The board also holds only 2 relays as opposed to four since it doesn't need injection and fuel pump relays. Some of the plugs and locations are different as well


(IMG:style_emoticons/default/agree.gif) plus a 6cyl. and only the 6cyl. has the number 9681 molded into the surface.


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Thanks. That is very helpful.
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The 914-6 engine relay board has a socket for a "RPM Transducer" and the engine harness for a 6 has a 14 pin connector.

If you are using a later engine with an internally regulated alternator, and have alternately powered the fuel pump, you can get away without it, you have to change the 14 pin plug from female to male.

If you use and engine with MFI, having a 6 board is good because of the idle position solenoid on the MFI pump.
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Steve

pm your e mail for bigger pics and details

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hi Steve

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another bump for a slow weekend

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post Jun 9 2020, 06:06 AM
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I also note that the /6 relay board has no provision for the rear window defrost harness to connect. So how does the wiring for /6s with rear window defrosters connect?
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post Jun 9 2020, 06:42 AM
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OK Jeff, where does it plug in. I see the relay slot.
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As I recall the 914-6 rear window defrost circuit partly runs through the main harness and the 14 pin plug on the relay board.

You add the relay on the relay board and then conenct the harness from the glass to the dash switch area which runs along the same path as the interior light.

My last 2 sixes both had heated rear windows and I believe this was how it was wired.
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QUOTE(aturboman @ Jun 9 2020, 11:38 AM) *

As I recall the 914-6 rear window defrost circuit partly runs through the main harness and the 14 pin plug on the relay board.

You add the relay on the relay board and then conenct the harness from the glass to the dash switch area which runs along the same path as the interior light.

My last 2 sixes both had heated rear windows and I believe this was how it was wired.


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Robert has it right. All 6 harnesses were made for easy rear defrost install
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QUOTE(gulf908 @ Jun 9 2020, 08:53 AM) *

another bump for a slow weekend

Dennis


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sold !
thx Leen

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