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Re: Electronics/for euro lights
usually what I do when I have a connector and a wire that is too thick to
I strip the wire back a little further than I normall would.. say 1" or so
I pull back a few of the strands until I get a good fit. I then crimp the
and then solder the rest of the wire to the connector housing itself.
----- Original Message -----
From: Andre' Bjorkheim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Rich Zuk <email@example.com>
Cc: Scirocco List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, February 14, 1999 10:53 PM
Subject: Re: Electronics/for euro lights
>> This may be overkill...but I will have
>> 4 Bosch relays
>> 4 in-line blade fuse holders with 15Amps in each
>> all with...10gauge wire.
>> I'm doing it once, doing it right, no one is going to be looking in
>> and running as many wires from contact to contact without splicing into
>> By golly, I think I've got it.
> Its all good, except for the part with the 10 gauge wire. If you
> stock type of female connector that goes in the white tab, 10 gauge
> to large. I use 12 gauge it can be a PITA to get it jammed in there.
> something to ponder... =p
> Lime Green 79 Scirocco ©
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