the main issue is that the actuating arm does not come back and therefore blocks the operation. Another thing is that the four toothed sprocket sits on a shaft that has a square area. This is pressed by a pair of leaf springs. I suppose that the intention is to let the shaft turn 90 degrees on every hit by the actuator. It happens that the shaft sticks in an uncomplete move and the relay stops working. It may get loose again, if you keep on pushing the high beam button on and on, but that is what I mean by not reliable. (Sorry for my poor explanation, the mechanism is quite complicated and i am missing the correct vocabulary, best would be to shoot some macro pics and show, or a video maybe?)
The relays are good for 16A 250VAC.
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