Common automotive electrical connectors include butt, ring terminal, quick disconnect and closed-end automotive wire connectors. Butt connectors, the most common crimp-style connectors, make end-to-end connections betwee... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

Common AMP electrical connectors include automotive, input-output, printed circuit board, coaxial RF and power system connectors. Several types of AMP connectors, including low-medium current, MCP, CT, mini CT and AMPSEA... More »

To replace an electric plug connector, cut off the damaged plug, open the replacement plug to reach the terminal screws inside, attach wires and then reassemble the replacement plug. When replacing, the black or colored ... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Electrical

To reset the warning light in an airbag module, disconnect, and after several seconds reconnect, the negative battery terminal. This process also removes error codes from the computer system of the airbag module. Use an ... More »

Use a Battery Tender Plus on a recreational vehicle by connecting the charging leads to the appropriate post of the battery using the clip or ring connectors and plugging the unit into an electrical outlet. If you connec... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

Some tips for marine electrical wiring include using stranded wire, using tinned wire and using crimp connectors to terminate electrical connections. Boat owners should only use wiring rated for marine use because the ma... More » Vehicles

Wiring an ignition switch involves locating the ignition switch, identifying the pins, disconnecting the negative battery cable, connecting the lead wire to the ACC terminal, connecting the relay wire to the ST terminal,... More »