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 13JUN16 - IT'S TIME TO SEAL UP THE HARNESS AND GET IT BOOTED UP   

In our quest to help folks understand what goes into a properly constructed wiring harness, we have come to one of the most important steps in process. Sealing everything...(continue)

 



 03JUN16 - SO NOW I KNOW WHAT A MILSPEC AND AUTOSPORT ARE, BUT HOW DO I POPULATE THESE CIRCULAR CONNECTORS??   

You are at the point where you are ready to populate your bulkhead connector to mate the engine side of the harness to the chassis side of the harness. But how do you do that? Well...(continue)



 13MAY16 - WHAT IS M22759/32 WIRE? WHY DO YOU SELL IT OVER /16 OR /18? HOW DO I READ THESE PART NUMBERS?   

You should now have a pretty good base in what MILSPEC is, and how to read the MS and AS part numbers. So let's talk about what kind of wire we are going to hook up into...(continue)


 06MAY16 - HOW DO I READ DEUTSCH AUTOSPORT PART NUMBERS?   

Now you have a basic understanding of what MIL-SPEC is, and how to read 38999 connectors. But what about these "Autosport" connectors? Well these are pretty simple actually...(continue)


 22APR16 - HOW DO I READ MILSPEC CONNECTOR PART NUMBERS?  

Now that you've read the first blog post below about what MIL-SPEC connectors are, how do you choose the right one for your project? Well the first thing we need to do is... (continue) 


 15APR16 -  WHAT IS "MIL-SPEC" AND WHAT IS A "MIL-SPEC CONNECTOR"?  

Recently, the automotive community has taken to a new term when describing wiring harnesses and electrical components. This has begun to be misused and now many people believe that general automotive wiring products are "MIL-SPEC" as marketing... (continue)