Electrical auto wiring is almost all copper.
Copper is almost always used in car wiring.
metals and rubber
Pure metals have more uses than ores, rocks, from the ground. Ores cannot be made into pipes, wires, or sheets of metal for various uses. Unlike the Flintstones, we cannot make a car out of rocks. Purified metals are used to make the frame, the body panels, the electrical wiring etc. for the car.
Wiring diagrams can be used as guides to make changes in a car. A free wiring diagram for this car can be obtained at an auto part shop as a print out.
Rare earth metals are widely used for technological advancement in the 21st technology. It commonly used for car batteries, car engine and car frames. Aside from that, rare metals are also present in cellphones and some other gadgets and devices.
wiring, starter, alt etc
Copper and aluminum (or copper clad with aluminum) are often used in wiring. New aluminum connection is now limited to use service-connections by some electrical codes and can no longer be installed for branch circuit wiring.
A diagram of the wiring systems in a car can be used as a guide. A wiring diagram for the 1983 Ford can be found in its maintenance manual.
It depends on the metal as to how well it conducts electricity, but generally metals are very good electrical conductors. Copper wires are commonly used for the electrical wiring in houses.
This is the electrical wiring that is used for lights, ignition, radio etc that is in a car
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