how to wire pop machine relay

I have a 1956 Vendo 80 Coke machine. The original control relay is obsolete. Potter & Brumfield SP1118-4. I have a replacement..Tyco Electronics PCLH-206A1S. I have 8 pin connectors on both but want to know which wire goes where so I do not fry the relay. I have 8 colour coded wired on the machine that screw in to the top of the relay. I have to cut the ends and put female connectors on to hook up to my new relay of 8 pins. Is it just 1 to 1, 2 to 2, etc. or is there anyone who knows how they connect? Thank you

by cocacolapete
October 31, 2023

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