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I'm changing out all my power and accessory relays.  The original is an OMRON 5510-0329 STSP NO relay.  This seems difficult to find.  However, there are plenty 5 PIN STDP relays that unenergized connected to the 87A pin number 5.  Does anyone know of a reasonably priced replacement for the original or if the 5 pin is compatible?

 

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