Question about 1994 Chevrolet K1500
I agree its like 10lbs of ina 5 lb bag to light of gauge wire cuases a load of resitance there fore the hot wire
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
If the wires are overheating and someone put a rather large 50 amp breaker in the line, there might be wiring that is too thin between the alternator and the positive battery terminal.
I would probably replace the wiring with the proper gauge between these two entities.
When the wires get hot, it usually means they are not of the proper thickness or gauge all the way from point A to point B on a DC circuit.
It's like running too thin of an extension wire in an AC circuit.
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