ignition lamp thermal time delay relay always very hot even the keys absent of contact

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Archet, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. Archet

    Archet Guest

    In the fuses-box of my voyager 1990 2.5 l , I have round and long relay,
    three skewers of which the revue Haynes N° 30010 page 12-2 indicates that it
    would be" ignition lamp thermal time delay relay" I don't understand to what
    it serves. (I am French-speaking). Between the horn relay and the place
    where it should be the turn signal flasher, wish is absent and it's true for
    all the voyager that I can see.
    It is always very hot even the keys absent of contact.

    Is this normal?
    I am in search of a mass that would explain than often and in individuals by
    big heat or strong humidity my lamp " Check wagers" ignites and that the
    needle of charge falls, without it affects the working of the vehicle.


    Stéphane Thuillier

    Avignon FRANCE
    Archet, Apr 19, 2007
  2. Archet

    maxpower Guest

    That cylinder will get hot, it is the time delay for the key halo.

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
    maxpower, Apr 20, 2007
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