Hot Dipped Glavanized Binding Wire
Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire made from good quality Low carbon wire rod by Advanced Drawn;Annealed Manufacture Skilled and Good Zinc Coated treatment method;
Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire could be produced in different type in Big Coil,Small Coil and With Plastic or Wooden Spool
- Q:Old radio wires on 97 mustang?
- Never wire anything into your fuse box, that will defeat the purpose of having it. You will have to do what's called a hard wire. You will need to run all new wires, which is the safest way to do it, with all proper fusing. A constant +12, a switched +12 and a ground is all you need for the radio to work, and all new speaker wires. If you can find one in a junkyard, you might be able to find a new harness to repair the OEM one, and that would really help you out. Good luck!
- Q:how to wire a spl grla 5500/1d?
- wow I have never heard of this amp until u mentioned it. the ratings seem good. ur best option would be to call sonic electronics have them send you a manual on how to wire this amp. they sell this amp. I mean u ask how to properly wire it. wire it to get power ? or to the woofers ? red wire + goes to your battery. black wire - goes to your ground (not your battery) to the frame of ur vehicle. then u need a blue wire, your remote this wire goes to ur stereo's remote wire it should be the same color or it will be marked. but if u do not know how to hook up an amplifier u should go to a professional shop due to the fact if u improperly hook ur amp up YOU CAN START A FIRE IN YOUR CAR.
- Q:Radio Wires For A Pontiac Grand Prix?
- Speaker wires: left front: (+) tan (-) gray right front: (+) lt. green (-) dk. green left rear: (+) brown (-) yellow right rear: (+) dk. blue (-) lt. blue Accessory power at radio for amp turn-on: yellow (only in 2003 and older; should be located next to orange constant power wire)
- Q:Information about speaker wire?
- most likely the wire pre ran in the car was 16 guage wire which is fairly small id recomend atleast 12G for speakers and 8G for a power wire.
- Q:Electrical question about wiring a ceiling light?
- disconnect the outlet in your ceiling and expose the wiring and hardwire the new light this way, using the supplied wire nuts etc... if its an older home you may have trouble matching the new wiring scheme (black wire, white wire, copper wire) to what is existing in your ceiling... turn the juice off before you try (at the switch that controls the light and throw the breaker or pull the fuse just to be safe) thats always the way it works... attach the ground wire to a screw that holds up the new light (if its not grounded all the way through the circuit it wont matter anyway) if you have an electricity tester try and determine which wire is hot and connect the black wire to that one, white wire to the other one.. maybe you can tell by the way the outlet was wired which one was carrying the load if you look closely at where the connections were made, often times those hot screw terminals will be differnt color than the neutral (gold vs silver?).. if all else fails i would say the blue marked one was marked for a reason, probably to show that it is hot.
- Q:wiring diagram for a fan/light combo. existing wiring is blk/wht/red/copper. Fixture has blk/blu/wht/wht.?
- the fan has a blue and black wire each is a switch leg one to the light and one to the fan..the switch has a feed usually darker color and two switch leg wires. the hot incoming wire feeding the switch goes on the feed wire and the two switch legs go on the other terminals. if this does not solve the problem you must have the fan wired wrong...
- Q:Which is the hot wire in nob and tube wiring?
- correct.....both can be hot, as they may have been cris crossed from point to point. the best is to get a volt meter and test to your water pipe if its grounded and not eroded away over the years. problem with using an inductance tester is it may give an erroneous reading if they have been cris crossed. note.....once you find the hot of the two, the other bing the neitral will have a current on it that can be fatal, remember there is no ground to protect you, and if your in water or touching something metallic, you may be the ground path needed to complete the circuit. be careful!
- Q:Do you connect all wires when splicing a telephone wire?
- each phone line uses a pair of wires (2 wires) these wires would normally be green/red or blue/white and solid blue for line 1 and if needed yellow/black or orange/white and solid orange for line 2... you did the first step in troubleshooting to know that the trouble resides inside your home... so when you call into your line does the phone ring busy (or go straight to voice mail) or does it just keep ringing.... if it rings busy (or straight to VM) then there is a short on the line... this is possibly a defective phone, a phone that is off the hook, or a bad jack or wire... if the phone just keeps ringing, then there is a broken wire somewhere...... since the old NID is no longer accessible, you may need to run a section of wire from the new NID to one of the existing jacks in your home to back feed the jacks... if you do this i recommend disconnecting the wire that is going from the new NID to the old NID, as if you reverse the polarity you may end up shorting out your line with the new wire...
- Q:What range in ohms are spark plug wires normal?
- For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/OZ4TL 2 -1 ohms doesn't make sense. Take a better look at your meter, no offense intended. Generally they have positions for different levels of resistance, from 2 ohms to 200k ohms; choosing the right setting will give you a better idea of the right reading, which should be around 2000 ohms. You needn't change them for the heck of it, but it's not a bad idea. The corrosion/rust is normal, it wouldn't cause you any trouble.
- Q:Swapped from 305 TPI to 350 Carbe. Wiring?
- Umm its a carb'ed engine, you only need like 9 wires to it Your stock car's wiring will work for most of it. The starter wiring is 100% the same. The TPIs starter wires will bolt right up too and work on your carb'ed engine Mostly you will be removing/un hooking most wires You have 3 wires to starter, 2 battery cables, 1 12 volt switched wire to the BATT term on hei dizzy, 1 oil pressure wire and 1 water temp wire, and 1 tach wire to the TACH term on hei dizzy
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