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Michael Hannigan, Camera and Video Technician
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I have a mitsuba main relay 1985 honda accord that is

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I have a mitsuba main relay for a 1985 honda accord that is bad. my question to you is what other main relay part number can i use in its place that will interchange and perform the same function? if not a mitsuba brand then what other manufacturer and part number. thank you for your help
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Camera and Video
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
I do not want to be a monthly customer. please cancell my question and my 5 dollar fee. no answer was given
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 2 years ago.
There are a few relays that you could possibly need. But here is the most common one and it does fit your vehicle specifically. You can do a visual check on it to know if it's the same relay it goes in your car I'm just not sure if it's the same relay you're talking about. So check it against the original relay and if that one's not it if you could please take a picture of the original relay and that will help identify it. Mike
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
mine relay has a number 3 pin and is missing # ***** pin does this matter? my relay if female and yours seems to be male reciever?my relay is mitsuba relay # ***** 0033 japan
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 2 years ago.
This is the main relay. If you look at it in the vehicle it should be attached to a metal bracket. MFR part number is 39400-SA7-931 or 39400-SD7-931.
If you'd like, you can attach a picture of it here and I can verify for you whether or not it's the same one that you're looking for.