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Automotive wiring harness for the material requirements are very strict

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Automotive wiring harness for the material requirements are very strict

Data:2013-06-25 00:00 Source: Click:

Automotive wiring harness for the material requirements are very strict: 
Including its electrical properties, the material sporadic resistance, temperature resistance, etc., than the general requirements to harness high, especially when it comes to safety: If the direction of the control system, brake harness these important components, more stringent requirements. 
1, the engine high ambient temperature, corrosive gases and liquids is greater, therefore, the engine wiring harness must use high temperature, oil, vibration, abrasion wire. 
2, the wire used on the automatic transmission hydraulic oil resistant, high temperature, temperature stability, good conductors. 
3, the luggage compartment lid wire harness to maintain its elasticity at low temperatures, so the choice of cold elastic wire to ensure their normal work. 
4, the weak signal from the sensor to use shielded wire, such as knock sensor and crankshaft position sensor, ABS wheel speed sensors. 
5, 150-200 ℃ high temperature resistant ABS wiring harness assembly to use, hard outer protective insulating layers, wear-resistant, but the core is greater than 133 stranded wire. 
6, the AC power line wire as the starter generator with the output lines of the battery line is better able to withstand the high current performance of the heat insulating layer, the voltage drop of the particular wire.

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