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reviewed in the united states on october 10, 2018
not really 14 awg. wire says 16 awg. i specifically chose these because i wanted 14. can’t always trust…[deleted “amazon” because it wasn’t their fault]
update: mosley insists that the wire are mislabeled as 16 awg and are actually 14 awg. very high quality calipers measure the wire diameters at .+61404532026″. 14 awg is .0641″ 16 awg is .0508″. mosley has asked me to take the review down. i’ve updated it instead.
reviewed in the united states on april 9, 2019
specifically bought this because of the copper wires. very disappointed when it arrived and did not have copper wires but unfortunately i had to install them so i had headlights right away. they work fine but i’m not happy about the wires.
reviewed in the united states on april 7, 2019
wanted to convert my headlights to h4 connector from 9005, and these did the trick. for anyone attempting the same white wire is low beams, blue is high beams, and black is ground.
reviewed in the united states on june 18, 2019
i recently upgraded the lighting on my harley davidson roadglide with an led headlight. i’d read some reviews where customers had the stock plastic h-plugs melt from the additional heat put off by the new lights; so i bought these ceramic plugs to replace the stock plastic fittings in my factory wiring harness. they were simple to wire in, function correctly, and i have no fear of them melting from the heat.
reviewed in the united states on june 23, 2020
i bought these to upgrade the headlights on a 1970s motorhome, and they work exactly as intended. most sealed-beam headlight units will use this connector, including the generic led modules i used. appears to have 16awg wire with nice thick insulation, so there shouldn’t be any problems with overheating under high loads.
note that the white piece is made of a ceramic compound, not plastic. this won’t melt if used with an incandescent headlamp.
reviewed in the united states on december 9, 2019
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the ground wire for the headlights on my friend’s mini cooper burnt out/melted and every shop wanted to charge her $700+ for a new headlight assembly. installed this in maybe 10 minutes and is way higher quality than the original connector.
reviewed in the united states on may 25, 2018
these are pretty high quality at a low cost. someone might think they are cheaply made because if you grasp the head and one of the wires, there is a little play. this is because the old standard for headlights had the lights with unprotected external prongs that can get bent a tiny bit out of alignment during packaging, shipping or installation. so the 3 little outlets have to be able to move independently by a small amount to make up for this. i’ll be using them in a 1947 mg tc.
reviewed in the united states on june 12, 2020
my 2006 aveo had melted one socket and was working on the second one due to the crappy grounding system. the current wires are 18 awg and this plug has 14 awg, i soldered the wires then used heat-shrink tubing to protect them. the $60 led replacement lights flicker when on day-light running mode but since they are there to make the car noticeable i left them that way. hint: remove the head light assembly, previous owner had changed the bulbs before and replaced the rubber seals upside down trapping moisture in the head light assembly.