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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2003, 09:19 AM
KenTheJeepGuy
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Continuous Hold Solenoid

Where does one find a continuous hold solenoid?
and what are they from?
Can i get these at an autoparts store? or an electrical supplier?
What is the aproximate cost of such a thing?
what are the ratings on these?
any other info on them would be appreciated.
( i didnt even know these exsisted until i saw them mentioned in a previous posting, now i just need to find me some )
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2003, 10:40 AM
 
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Re: Continuous Hold Solenoid

Continuous duty solenoid, part# ECHLIN ST-85, (~$35 NAPA)

This is from some notes I kept when researching the subject a little while back. No firsthand knowledge so take it for what it's worth.
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2003, 11:14 AM
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Re: Continuous Hold Solenoid

Does anyone know what this is out of?
I did a search on their website and they say that product code does not exist.
and they keep asking me what vehicle it is out of.
anyone know what cars used these? and for what?
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Re: Continuous Hold Solenoid

Napa's website is worthless unless your looking for vehicle specific stuff as you found out.

Continuous Duty Solenoids are not commonly used on light cars & trucks they are mainly used on heavy trucks, OTR trucks (semis), RV's, and farm equipment and have many differant uses. They are really just a extra HD relay that can handle full battery amps.

So to find them your best bet is to go to a parts store that caters to them. I know Napa has them and in their book it has a picture and specs of them listed so your best bet is to drop by your local Napa and ask them to look in the catalog.
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