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Auto Wires & Cables

Whether it’s a 300-mph dragster, the slowest of bracket cars, or a high-performance (or even low-performance) streetcar, they all have one thing in common: Wiring.

Wires power everything in your car. You name it: fans, pumps, gauges, and lights. The car will not start, run, or allow you to travel very far if there is no wiring. The ordinary car certainly has as much wiring as an early Space Shuttle in today’s high-tech environment.

Fargo AutoElectricals has been a prominent supplier of wiring harnesses and other electrical hardware for the automotive industry.

How to Select the right wire?

Understanding the fundamentals of automotive and electrical wire is the first step in selecting the right product, especially given the many options available. Continue reading to learn about the five most important factors to consider when selecting the proper automotive or electrical wire.

  1. Right Material

The most common types of automobile wire materials are copper and aluminium. Copper wire is more conductive, flexible, and less likely to corrode than aluminium wire. However, because the copper wire is heavier and more susceptible to price swings, you’ll need a reputable distributor to keep your prices down. Aluminium is lighter and less expensive, but it is less robust and more prone to rusting or developing increased electrical resistance over time.

  1. Wire Size/ Gauge

The gauge number corresponds to the thickness of the wire, which is the contrary of what newbies might think: the thicker the wire, the lower the gauge number. 8-gauge wire, for example, is thicker than 20-gauge wire. The gauge you’ll need is determined by the circuit’s current draw and the distance between the circuit and the power source.

If you’re buying for repairs, make sure you have the technical manuals for any tractors, equipment, or other vehicles you’ll be working on hand. The handbook will typically specify which gauge of wires are required for which components, allowing you to keep the correct cables on hand. Keep in mind that wire with a gauge of 8 or greater is commonly referred to as “cable.”

  1. Amperage

The “load” a cable can carry is measured in amperes, commonly abbreviated as “amps.” The entire quantity of electricity that can flow across a wire is measured in amps. Every wire in your workplace should have a current rating, and it should be clearly labelled. Overloading a wire is hazardous to your employees and your customers; a wire with the incorrect current rating might short out, causing equipment to stall in hazardous areas, vital damage systems, and even spark fires in extreme circumstances. Always double-check that the automotive wire you’re ordering can handle the load by knowing your amps.

Wire Types-

  1.  “Primary” Wire

This is the most frequent wire seen in car dealerships. It’s a good general-purpose automobile wire, as the name says. It has a multi-stranded core and flexible insulation that makes it perfect for squeezing through tiny places.

  1. “Motor” Wire

The main distinction between GPT and Motor wire is that motor wire has finer wire strands. This enables it to work with greater voltages. Grease, oil, acids, water, solvents, and fungus are all resistant to it. The motor wire is increasingly being used in automotive applications, despite its ubiquitous use as internal wiring in appliances and HVAC equipment.

  1. SXL Wire-

SXL Wire has a cross-linked polyethene jacket that is more resistant to heat, abrasion, and ageing than GPT wire. It is frequently chosen in high-stress applications such as race or industrial vehicles. This is a wonderful option if you want something that will last a long time.

The GXL and TXL wire insulation is the same, but the walls are thinner to make it simpler to pull through small areas.

  1. Speaker Wire

Speaker wire is a stranded wire with two strands used in audio applications. Its purpose is to carry the sound from a stereo receiver to the speakers, as the name implies. It’s only meant for low-voltage applications and should never be used to carry a load.

  1. Battery cable

Battery Cable connects the battery to the car’s electrical system and ground (usually at the starter). It’s a thicker wire with a larger gauge. Corrosion is most common in battery cables, and it can often be visible inside the cable where it can’t be seen. Check your battery cables if you’re having trouble starting your automobile.

  1. Trailer Wire

Trailer wire is usually GPT or Primary wire that has been coloured and arranged to meet the needs of popular trailer applications. Most trailers use a standard colouring system for the various lighting tasks that use Green, Yellow, Brown, and White. Buying ‘Trailer’ Wire makes rewiring or repairing a trailer much easier. It also aids in future problem diagnosis.

Brands are available with us-

Veethree: Venthree is known for having specialization in auto wires & cables

Kamei Autoelectrik: Kamei Autoelectrik produces auto wires & cables. They produce very high-quality wires and that too at a very reasonable rate.

Uno Minda: Uno Minda is a leading manufacturer of auto wires and cables, fulfilling all the demands of their customer.

Our auto wires are built from full gauge pure copper wires and fire-resistant, extremely flexible PVC to ensure maximum current flow, minimal transmission loss, minimize heating of electrical parts, passenger safety, and vehicle longevity. Auto Cables from Veethree and Minda are also available, with excellent connectivity, long life, and precision. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions. Or you can visit our website ( for more details.

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