Chevrolet Workshop Manuals
Express 3/4 Ton Van V8-4.8L VIN V (2003)
Relays and Modules > Relays and Modules - Accessories and Optional Equipment > Accessory Delay Module > Component Information > Diagrams > Diagram Information and Instructions > Page 42
IMPORTANT: To prevent shorts to ground and water intrusion, completely cover all exposed wire and diode attachment points with tape.
Splicing Twisted or Shielded Cable
SPLICING TWISTED OR SHIELDED CABLE
Twisted/shielded cable is used in order to protect wiring from electrical noise. Two-conductor cable of this construction is used between the radio and
1. Remove the outer jacket (1). Use care not to cut into the drain wire of the mylar tape.
3. Prepare the splice. Untwist the conductors and follow the splicing instructions for copper wire. Staggering the splices by 65 mm is recommended.
4. Re-assemble the cable.
Rewrap the conductors with the mylar tape.
Use caution not to wrap the drain wire in the tape (1).
Follow the splicing instructions for copper wire and splice the drain wire.
Wrap the drain wire around the conductors and tape with mylar tape.
IMPORTANT: Apply the mylar tape with the aluminum side inward. This ensures good electrical contact with the drain wire.
5. Tape over the entire cable. Use a winding motion when you apply the tape.
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