Evening folks. Ford stopped making this particular relay, so RS owners with dead ones are at the mercy of finding one for sale - Last one I saw was 160 quid, which is hilarious, but also rather unfortunate. I don't know what causes their death, because mine still works. However, no one else has taken one apart to work out what's gone wrong with the damned things when they die that anyone in the owners club knows about. Fingers crossed I get a dead one soon and can work it out, however. On the quite high chance that I can't, I could do with a hand IDing components - And I was hopeful some of you electrical whizz types might be able to shed some light. Here I'm seeing two diodes and two caps, but I don't know how to work out what the diodes are - I can only see '47' and '04' from the angles I have - I can see there's more there, but without desoldering them I'm not sure if that's enough to ID them. The underside is a bit more problematic. The things with three poles, I think, are transistors - But I have no idea whether the numbers stamped into the tops is helpful in IDing them. The others I'm guessing are caps or fuses? Is there any sure fire way to tell with it all assembled? I don't know what that little thing on the right is, the printing on it is '027P', does that help work it out? My gut feeling is that the caps have leaked or something - 15 years or more in an engine bay with nothing but a fuse box for protection from the heat, and I'm betting they've not fared well. I may also have some interest in possibly getting a board designed so if the pins and what I figure is an electro magnet can be found then "new" ones can be made. Perhaps with a little more finesse than the now nearly twenty year old Ford design. But fixing broken ones would be a start.