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How to Use a P Channel FET as a Relay


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PM Kinarfi,

I have a 2008 T2, that I got as a project. I have been trying to read as many posts as i can to find answers to my problems. I think some of the things you have done will be of great interest to me, but I don't know how to get them.

How do i find you when i go to the above site (Webshots). I sign in, but don't know the next step.

Thanks, Charlie

PS, your electrical skills are truly amazing.

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this is a PM I sent to Lugar32, just in case it may help someone else, he has an 08 that's missing it's fuse blocks and needs to replace them.

http://www.utvboard....15-fuse-blocks/have you looked at this? What supplies do you have? such as wire and fuse block and fuses and such? I suggest a piece of aluminum such as a 3" x 36" x 1/4" bar or channel for mounting your fuses on, I suppose they took you blinker flasher too. I also suggest, 12 each, IFR4095 P channel FETs, 5K 1/4W resistor,4-40 screw, washer, lock washer, nut, Transistor Rubber Washer TO-220, Insulation Bushing TO-220 and MAYBE 12 2N2222 NPN transistors and 12 1K 1/4watt resistors. Do you have a place to get this or do you need a list to send to an on line seller?

PS 1/4 watt or 1/8 watt or 1/10 watt resistors are ok, your choice

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