Last week you learned how to join two wires with a crimper and an auto stripper, but the bumps and potholes that a car endures on the road often demand more robust connections for your electrical system. Here, Hagerty’s Matt Lewis demonstrates how to solder your wires together, whether you’re joining them side by side, inline, to an existing circuit, or to a terminal. Soon enough you’ll be able to be able forgo the flimsy wire nuts and less reliable scotch locks and be confident that no matter how much your car vibrates, the wiring will hold.
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