Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Irvine, Kentucky
I don't think there is anything special about that relay, other than being solid-state (SSR), rather than mechanical... a relay is a relay, right? I would think you could wire in any 4-pin SSR of appropriate Amps to do the same job? I could be wrong on that, and I've been wrong in the past, lol... but it may be worth a shot... and could save you $ over a new relay from Honda if you can buy the SSR cheaply enough.
I've not looked at SSR's lately, but I know they use to be quite pricey for higher Amp panel mounts... $40+, and then you'd have to actually wire it in... so you still may save some $ over Honda's part... but will it be worth the time/effort?
Looking at the wiring diagram, it looks like the relay trigger should be the ignitor unit... which means the SSR would likely need to be a delay unit (add extra cost there).
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