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WIRING HARNESSES

Why Do You Need to Have Wiring Harness for Light Bar And Work Light?
It may seem okay not to have the wiring harness at the time of retrofit or purchase, but having a set of wiring harness for work light or light bar can avoid a lot of issues later on. Properly wiring a LED light bar wiring harness with a rocker switch could help you avoid headaches down the line, it is also for the overall driving safety, your safety, and the safety of oncoming drivers.
OGA LED is an expert when it comes to matters like this, we are experienced and have got everything you will ever want to know about the automotive wire harness, we also have the proper instruction on how to properly wire a switch and set your light bar at its best.

What Is The Most Classic Type of Wire Used in Automotive Wire Harness
Automotive cross-link wire and automotive primary wire are the most common wire used in most automotive applications. Understanding your specific application, how different wires are being used, and the environment and temperature it will be used in can help you determine the appropriate automotive primary wire you will need. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us either by phone, email, or leave us a message, our knowledgeable sales team is happy to help You.

How to Choose The Right Automotive Wire Harness?
Since there is a wide range of selections for you to choose from, understanding the basics of auto wire harnesses would be your first step in choosing the right vehicle wiring harness. Five main factors could impact your choice of the right car wiring harness: the materials, amperage, gauge, connections and wire color.

How to Get The Gauge (AWG) of Automotive Wire?
First, make a small cut about half an inch long and remove the insulation, then count the individual strands of copper and use a micrometer to measure one of the strands. After that, please refer to the table below to determine the gauge of that wire.
# of strands/strand gauge = wire gauge
7/28 = 20 AWG
16/30 = 18 AWG
19/29 = 16 AWG
19/27 = 14 AWG
19/25 = 12 AWG
19/23 = 10 AWG
19/21 = 8 AWG
37/21 = 6 AWG

Where Can You Find Everything You Need?
OGA LED is a team of trusted experts when it comes to wiring harnesses and the supplies you require to wire a switch and upgrade your vehicle. We have a huge selection of products available and a friendly sales team of professionals who are always ready and happy to help.
We have different wiring harnesses, including 1-output auxiliary light wiring harness, 2 output auxiliary light wiring harness, and we have all kinds of DT wire adapters to connect the auxiliary lights to your factory bulb sockets, H11, 9005, 9006, 5202, PSX24 wire adapters, and dual switches, as well as a variety of switch panels.
We hope you enjoy and fully utilize your light bar and work lights. Do not hesitate to bulk purchase from OGA LED any time to get the supplies you need. Try browsing around our website if you want to learn more. More