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mkieren

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I have a 2009 Joyner Trooper II with a small problem.

The plastic blocks that plug into the relays behind the passengers seat for the Cooling fan ,Fuel pump and ECM were failing so I had to cut each of the 4 wires that terminate in the blocks and install female spade connectors to fix the problem. In doing this I believe I got a few wires crossed and I was hoping someone out there with a 2008 or 2009 Trooper II could take a picture of their three relays defining wich wires (color coded) go where on each of the 3 relays and forward that to my e-mail, [email protected]. I would greatly appreciate this.

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Here's the picture of just what you asked for, more or less.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByQAhs0e-yF9UmFRQm1xMXZyM1E/view?usp=sharing

Here's the whole folder to help you figure out what you're looking out.

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByQAhs0e-yF9ZjNtc1JlTEVpQ0U&usp=sharing

The schematic is of what I changed my system to, I used FETs instead of relays.

PM me if you need to talk to me

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KINARFI,

Thank you for replying to my post. It appears you have been around the Joyner based on your Album pics etc, great support for me hopefully. I see you have converted to FET's and I am more so a novice to amateur regarding the electrical, so please bear with me. I looked at your picture and do see wires that are common, but I was hoping I could either get pics of the relays for the ECM, Fuel Pump and Cooling Fan as they plug into those relays, allowing me to identify the correct wire based on color for each relay. I uploaded a few pics of my relays prior to removal and those are in the Photos tab under albums I believe, Joyner Trooper II relays.

Maybe we could talk or whatever you feel is best, but I would greatly appreciate the help if your willing and have the time. My Number is (928) 533-7010 and its Mark.

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