wiring harness


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wiring harness

[′wīr·iŋ ‚här·nəs]
(electricity)
An array of insulated conductors bound together by lacing cord, metal bands, or other binding, in an arrangement suitable for use only in specific equipment for which the harness was designed; it may include terminations.
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By application, the global automotive wiring harness market is segmented into chassis, heat, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), and sensors.
This report classifies and defines the automotive wiring harness market in terms of volume and value.
With the deal, the Stoneridge business will be able to get the MSSL expertise covering the fields of wire harnesses, wires, wiring harness components, comprising connectors, terminals, protectors, fuse and relay boxes.
Yazaki, Sumitomo, Delphi and LEONI account for more than 75% of the global automotive wiring harness market; these enterprises are Japan's enterprises except for Delphi.
The company also states that SMIEL has one of the best tool rooms in India, which is primarily used for developing molds for wiring harness components.
Wiring Harness, which supplies commercial vehicles, aerospace, computer and industrial markets, lost pounds 2m in the 27 weeks to October 5, 2008, on sales of pounds 21.
Sumitomo Electric is presently considering the changes it will implement at the German company, which is its second acquisition of a European automotive wiring harness maker.
24, 2003, have a defect in the main wiring harness, possibly causing the speed meter to run down or part of the harness to burn in the worst case.
Manufacturing the wiring harness, used to connect batteries with other equipment in automobiles, requires manual labor.
This can include splicing, instead of replacing, the wiring harness attached to the air bag, or in some cases not installing an air bag at all.
An agreement to purchase the Wiring harness Business of Stoneridge Inc.
A production issue caused a cab wiring harness to rub against a grease fitting on the steering column of these HEMTT A4 and PLS Al trucks.