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Unread 03-12-2014, 03:12 PM   #11
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I am prefacing this question by stating I am not an electrician.

As I understand, the 2 ga wire will not fit through the OBC hole to monitor power used and such.

So y'all are putting a rod, stud, screw or what have you through the hole and attaching wires to either end to complete the circuit.

Does this not create a bottleneck (resistance?) for the flow of the current? Or is the screw/bolt/ or whatever just so conductive that there is no slow down of the current?
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Unread 03-12-2014, 03:39 PM   #12
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Default Re: Windshield cleanup

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I am prefacing this question by stating I am not an electrician.

As I understand, the 2 ga wire will not fit through the OBC hole to monitor power used and such.

So y'all are putting a rod, stud, screw or what have you through the hole and attaching wires to either end to complete the circuit.

Does this not create a bottleneck (resistance?) for the flow of the current? Or is the screw/bolt/ or whatever just so conductive that there is no slow down of the current?
I think you meant to post your question on another thread, but I will answer it here. Here is a pic of the brass pass through I just installed this week. Electrical pass throughs are used in many applications. Anytime DC needs to go through a bulkhead. As far as resistance, that is why I used solid brass hardware. It has low resistance like copper. Here is a link to my original post.

Plum Quick and cable upgrade on 2010 Precedent



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Unread 03-12-2014, 06:09 PM   #13
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Default Re: Windshield cleanup

Plexus is a great product. The more you use it, the better it gets. It also repels condensation eliminating fogging.
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