I have a 1992 Dodge Stealth with a relay that no longer works, The circuit is fused for 15 amps and is 12 volts. After some investigation I have determined that a transient voltage suppression diode, which was soldered into the relay, is open. This very tiny diode has the number 77 on it and also has the number 1 then a dot followed by what appears to be the capital letter I (eye). Can a replacement diode suitable for this circuit be recommended? Any help is appreciated
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