Ever tried to install a standard relay socket in the engine compartment and have it fail a few days/weeks later? Standard non-sealed relays have no place in engine compartments. These relays fill that void, offering a completely water tight assembly. The relay skirt engages the socket over a rubber seal, and there is a cable entry seal on the bottom to ensure long life from the relay and contacts.
SPDT relay, rated at 40 amps continuous, with built in diode. includes socket, relay, cable entry seal, 2 14-18 gauge terminals and 3 12 gauge terminals