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    ABS Pump Motor Relay

    Does anyone know if the part number (Standard RY223) is correct for a 1992 T-bird SC ABS Pump Motor Relay I purchased one from rock auto and its not working
    92 (Red Car) SC Heads Reworked 10% od pully Headers Cat Back 2-1-2 Kooks Headers Front Mount Intercooler Raised Top MPII Blower MP Intake 85MM TB 50 LB Injectors 255LPH Pump w Regulator 76 MM C&L MAS NOS stage I 60HP Flip Chip BHJ ballancer SnEEC-IV data logger LM-1 wideband
    93 (White Car) Broken Crankshaft so none of the other stuff matters. (Some day to be Badass 4.3 ltr with a 2.3 Whipple)

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    I bought an RY223 6 months back that was correct for that application, at least on my '90 Anny.

    What process did you use that led you to replace that relay?

    Did it include the jumper test at the pressure switch connector under the master cylinder assembly?

    What was the original issue?

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    I have a couple of issues the plug is bad and was making intermittent connections which burned up the contacts on the old relay I found a new plug and am going to splice it in. I just wanted to make sure on the relay part number
    92 (Red Car) SC Heads Reworked 10% od pully Headers Cat Back 2-1-2 Kooks Headers Front Mount Intercooler Raised Top MPII Blower MP Intake 85MM TB 50 LB Injectors 255LPH Pump w Regulator 76 MM C&L MAS NOS stage I 60HP Flip Chip BHJ ballancer SnEEC-IV data logger LM-1 wideband
    93 (White Car) Broken Crankshaft so none of the other stuff matters. (Some day to be Badass 4.3 ltr with a 2.3 Whipple)

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    If this was the original relay, contacts in those examples are typically happy to burn without outside influence from a connector, so it may have been collaterally damaged in your case

    Sounds like you've got it covered - good luck w/the repairs.

    Ken

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