Question about Car Audio & Video
I purchased a 40' articulated truck container for moving purposes lst April but the trucker who is supposed to deliver it keeps using the excuse that a cable for the rear lights has been cut and he doesn't know how to repair it, as he's a professional Truck driver, not an electrician. I've been told since, that he's lying so he can use my container for himself and that joining two color coded wires together is all it takes, something every Professional trucker knows how to do.
I would appreciate any information you can provide as tothe difficulty in joining the wires.
Thank you very much,
Hello .this is not a very hard job .if they are a bit short ,an extra length would help.. all you need to do is bear all ends about an inch twist one end to end on truck other end to the other end on truck .you can use terminals to join if you like .when all joined tape up so they are protected...it would take about 5 mins to do this .you must make sure that the inner conducter (copper wire is clean though)
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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