On U.S. electric wiring charts, a white or gray electrical wire indicates a neutral power conductor wire, a green wire or green wire with a yellow stripe is a protective ground wire, and a red wire is a second hot wire i... More »

Electrical wiring color codes include black, red, green or bare, white, and blue or yellow. The color code indicates what a specific wire's function is. More »

The three colors used in most home electrical wiring are blue, yellow and red, notes AllAboutCircuits.com. Air conditioning wiring in the United States also uses green, white and black wires. More »

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Circuit breaker panel wiring diagram images typically include the breakers, wires that carry electricity out from each breaker, neutral and breaker bus bars or conductors, the ground wire and the main lugs, and cables. A... More »

International DC wiring color codes call for greenish-yellow ground wires, brown positive wires and gray negative wires. Blue wires are used for the mid-wires in a three-wire grounded circuit. More »

In a four-wire trailer harness, the green wire is for the right turn signal, the yellow wire is for the left turn signal, the brown wire is for the brake lights and the white wire is for the ground. Most basic trailers u... More »

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To wire a plug socket, wrap the ground wire around the top screw, the neutral wire around the middle or silver screw, and the hot wire around the bottom or brass screw. Install the outlet with the ground wire on top, and... More »