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Metra Crimp Caps

Package contains 100 crimp caps — for 14- to 16-gauge wire

Item # 120CCL1614

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About the Metra Crimp Caps

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If you do a lot of wiring, you'll need some crimp caps on hand. This bag of crimp caps will fill the bill nicely, containing 100 caps for wire sizes from 14- to 16-gauge. All you need is a crimp tool and you'll be able to wire almost anything together. Warranty: 30 days.

What's in the box:

  • 100 Nylon long-neck crimp caps (16-14 AWG)
MFR #CCL1614

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Overview: This package includes 100 long-neck nylon crimp caps suited for 16-14 gauge wire. Use these crimp caps to crimp together two 16-14 gauge wire leads. A crimp tool is required to crimp the connection.

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Yes u need a crimping tool u can use pliers but after u crimp it tight and u can use black tape to make sure thay don't come lose thanks?
spider  Nov 02, 2018
1 answer
I've never had one come loose. But it never hurts to be safe and add the tape but not necessary. Hope this helps
derek  Nov 02, 2018
Hi, I just got these connector but I have no idea how to use them to connect two wires. Do I need other tools to do with them? Please help me.
ken wu  Dec 12, 2013
7 answers
Just twist your wires cap over end so it covers your connection...and "crimp" with pliers or vice grips where the narrow endd is...on the metal...this will keep your connection covered from contacting other wires or metal..good luck!!!
todd  Dec 13, 2013
I used a wire crimper. You can also use a different tools as long as you crimped/pressed the butt of the connector, you need to twist/insert the wires inside the connector then press as hard as you can the butt of the connector. Hope this help.
jonald  Dec 13, 2013
You twist the two wires together and insert them into the cap. Then crimp the outside of the cap. You can use a crimping tool or cheap out and use pliers like I did.
michael h  Dec 13, 2013
1. Twist together the wires you plan to connect. 2. Insert the twisted wires into the crimp cap 3. With an electrical crimper or even vise-grips squeeze the cap so the wires will not come loose 4. Once complete I recommend zip tieing together the bunch of wires to keep them organized.
dillon  Dec 13, 2013
You need to twist the wires together insert them into the cap and crimp the cap with wire crimpers. They are available at just about any auto part stores in the electrical section, they might be available at walmart too... So, yes you need other tools to complete the job.
david  Dec 13, 2013
Twist your wires together. Insert them into the cap. Crimp the metal portion of the cap. Done.
stephen  Dec 13, 2013
Yes u need a crimper for these connectors. Just strip about 1/4 inch of the wires, twist them together, then put the cap over the wire (making sure the stripped wire is in line with metal center) & crimp the metal center of cap.
anthony  Dec 13, 2013

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