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Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - Black - per Foot

Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - Black - per Foot

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Deka Accessories and Parts - 16-1-1

  • Wiring
  • Wire
  • Deka
  • Single Wire
  • 16 Gauge
  • 1 Wire


Features:

  • For automotive, agricultural and general use
  • General-purpose thermoplastic insulation resists corrosion from oil, gasoline, grease, acids and solvents


Specs:

  • Insulation rated to 176 F(80)
  • Meets SAE J1128 specifications
  • For 50 volts or less
  • Qty: 1'


02380 Deka Primary Wire - 16 Gauge - Black

Replaces DW02360-1



This Product Fits The Following Vehicles





Customer Reviews

Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - Black - per Foot - 16-1-1

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (23 Customer Reviews)


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Ordered a pile of stuff to do a complete trailer rewire.... all was perfect!! I'll be back for my next project! 316465



- 16-1-1
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2016 Saturn Relay

It just 16 gauge wire, but the video explaining the light relay installation indicated the perfect amount to complete the routing and installation. 347936


Comments
The wiring is still in place with no signs of wear.
Drew G - 03/05/2018

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- 16-1-1
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Great wire for rewiring a trailer and it's available in all the correct colors to match a 7 pin RV plug. Very high quality!! 758799



- 16-1-1
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Excellent service like always very good company to do business with 722014



- 16-1-1
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Great product at a great price Thank you 715476



- 16-1-1
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Excellent customer service! 495967



- 16-1-1
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1997 Jeep Cherokee

Fast shipping and great product 435051



- 16-1-1
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Received my towbar, Airforce One and lighting kit in less than a week! Great videos and knowledgeable people, can't wait to get everything installed this week and get on the road. Thanks Susan and George for such a wonderful experience. 420895



- 16-1-1
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2013 Jeep Wrangler

Great service as always!! Fast delivery! Etrailer has it all covered with product and install information, they make it easy!! 339342



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2015 Ford F-350 Super Duty

Great service, good product 276719



- 16-1-1
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Wire for trailer lights, works great 265230



- 16-1-1
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Very happy with the quality of this pro duct. 254520



- 16-1-1
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good wire 250211



- 16-1-1
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Products I purchased are still performing as promised and I will continue to recommend etrailer to all my friends. 248009



- 16-1-1
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2003 Chevrolet Tahoe

good product, shipping, and quality 233781



- 16-1-1
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The items I purchased for adding additional clearance lights met my needs. 195028



- 16-1-1
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no problem,good product 194704



- 16-1-1
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Great 192391



- 16-1-1
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the stuff got here quick 181567



- 16-1-1
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2005 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

Excellent quality product - item packed very well, item arrived intact and earlier than expected. 163293



- 16-1-1
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Great response time from ordering to delivery. Thank you very happy with the product 129622



- 16-1-1
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1999 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

Everything arrived just as described on the website. It shipped very quickly and for a fair price. Can't wait to get it all installed so I can use my new trailer. 114018



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2013 Honda CR-V

I received exactly what I ordered and got bumped up to expedited delivery free of charge. Also received three personal emails regarding my order and tracking information. Grade online ordering experience. 84317


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Ask the Experts about this Deka Accessories and Parts

  • Availability of Black and White 16 Gauge Wire
    In 16 gauge wire we only carry two colors by the foot. We have the black wire part # 16-1-1 or we have the white part # DW02359-1. In 10 gauge we only have the wire in red like part # DW02508-1 or blue like part # 10-1-1 but I think what you'd really be best served with is the 7-way upgrade kit part # e99011 which comes with a 7-way and junction box and then for the wiring to run from the box to the trailer wiring you'd want the # DW04914-1 which is sold by the foot and uses the standard...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Turn/Brake Signal Not Working on a 2014 Toyota Tundra
    Thank you for all of the details, you have already done quite a bit of the work in narrowing down the problem. Since the common denominator in this situation is your 2014 Toyota Tundra the issue can be isolated to that. You should be getting 12V of power to your stop/turn lights so since that is lower you most likely have a ground issue. Check the ground on your Tundra as well as the wiring for those light circuits. You should find a bad ground or some wiring that has been pinched or...
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  • Brake Fuse Keeps Blowing with New Wiring Harness Installed
    If you keep blowing a fuse and the wires on your new harness looked burnt then there is a good chance that the harness is your problem. When a fuse keeps blowing like that it usually means there is a short somewhere. Check the connector on both your tow vehicle and your trailer to make sure they are clean and free of any rust, corrosion, or debris. If the connectors look good then you will want to move on to troubleshooting the wiring on your tow vehicle and your trailer. Look for...
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  • Troubleshooting Low Voltage on Right Turn/Brake Pin for 2011 Ford F-150 Trailer Connector
    If the relay for the trailer right turn/brake light circuit looks good on your 2011 Ford F-150 then the next thing to check is the ground on your F-150. Make sure that it is secure and connected to a clean, bare metal surface. It would also be good to check the wire for your right turn/brake to make sure it isn't bent or exposed anywhere. You can use 16 Gauge Wire # 16-1-1 and Butt Connectors # DW05744-5 to replace any parts that look bad. I have attached pictures of both a 4-Way and...
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  • 2015 Ford F-350 Trailer Running Lights Have Only 3.35V at Plug
    If you are getting low voltage at the running light pin on your 2015 Ford F-350 then you will want to start off by checking the grounds on your F-350. Make sure they are secure and connected to a clean, bare-metal surface. If that is the case then you will need to move on to the wiring itself. Check the wiring on your running light circuit for any places where it is damaged, bent, exposed, or corroded and replace. You can use 16 Gauge Wire # 16-1-1 and Butt Connectors # DW05744-5 to...
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  • Fuse Keeps Blowing on 2017 Ram and Running Lights on Trailer Do Not Work Properly
    It sounds like you have a short somewhere on your circuits. You can start by inspecting the 7-Way connector on your 2017 Ram and your trailers to make sure that they are clean and do not have any debris in them. If those look good then the next step would be to inspect all of your grounds and make sure that they have a solid connection to a clean, bare metal surface. Even some paint could cause a bad ground which results in a short. Since this problem is happening with both trailers...
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  • 3rd Brake Light Wire Location On 2009 Ford F-150
    To wire a brake light only on a truck bed topper you will need a dedicated brake light only circuit. Tow package wiring would not work because the brake light circuit and turn signal circuits are together. So you would either need to find a wire under the truck that is dedicated brake light only or you would need to tap into the center high mount stop lamp circuit. Check the owners manual to see if the "CHMSL" is fused by itself or if the fuse handles other functions as well. If the...
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  • Troubleshooting No Running Lights on 2005 Dodge Durango Trailer Connector
    Try checking fuses 7 - 10 on your 2005 Dodge Durango as they are all for the parking (running) lamps. If all of them look okay then what you need to do is either trace the wire for your trailer running lights from your 4-Way/7-Way and replace/repair anything that is in bad shape or you can run new 16 Gauge Wire # 16-1-1 from your trailer connector to those functions either at the front of your Durango or by the OEM lighting at the rear. It may be helpful to install a diode like part...
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  • Troubleshooting Right Rear Tail Lights Not Working Properly
    Since lights are working on one side of your trailer but not the other the problem is definitely a bad ground or damaged wiring. Check to make sure all of your grounds are securely connected to a clean, bare-metal surface and that none of your wiring is pinched or damaged. You can replace any damaged wiring sections with 16 Gauge Wire # 16-1-1 and heat shrink butt connectors # DW05744-5.
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  • Troubleshooting Rear Running Lights not Working on Catering Trailer
    You are definitely on the right train of thought. Wiring issues like the running lights not working is typically the results of some damaged wiring or a bad ground. If you wanted to test your trailer you can take a 12V battery, like what is in your vehicle, and ground the Negative terminal while using the Positive terminal to test the pin in the 1 o'clock position on your trailer side 7-Way (see attached picture). If your running lights do not active when running this test then you definitely...
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  • Wiring and Parts Needed to Connect Clearance Lights with Wiring Circuits on a 1998 Lazy Daze
    If the wiring on your replacement clearance lights don't quite reach the wiring on your 1998 Lazy Daze then you can simply purchase 16 Gauge Wire # 16-1-1 which is sold by the foot, and then use Butt Connectors # DW05744-5 or # DW05744-10 to splice the wires together. We also have the Trailer Wiring Installation Kit # HM51010 you can use for the installation which includes a variety of connectors, electrical tape, zip ties, a circuit tester, and a wire tool.
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  • Running Lights on Trailer do not Work
    I would make sure that your tester is on the right setting because unless you have some kind of amplifier on that wire there should be no way that you are reading 20V from the 12V battery in your 2006 GMC Sierra. What you are probably reading is something like 20 amps. Since you are actually getting power to the connector on your Sierra what you will want to do is make sure that your trailer side is connect. Double check the connector on your trailer and make sure that there is no debris...
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  • Troubleshooting the Left Turn Signal Not Working on Trailer
    It sounds like you have checked just about everything there is to check. Since you said that you have checked all of the connections and tried a different trailer with your vehicle and it worked fine, the only other thing that I can think of is for you to check the wiring itself. Start on either of end the trailer and follow the wiring that goes to your left turn signal. Check for any corroded, exposed, bent, or damaged sections. If that all looks fine, then (if you can without damaging...
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  • How to Use Circuit Tester and Multimeter to Confirm Lighting Functions on Vehicle Wiring
    Trailer wire colors sometimes follow a color code but there is never a guarantee that this is done all the time. When a vehicle assembly line runs out of one wire color, they do not stop production - they change wire colors! More often than not, a white wire is ground, but there is no way to actually look this up reliably for your Lancer. So the best way to figure out the correct wiring for installing an item like an aftermarket spoiler with built-in lighting functions is to test the...
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  • Installing Aftermarket Spoiler Brake Light To Brake Light Wire On 2008 Mazda 6
    The Replacement Brake Control Plug-In Harness for Tekonsha and Draw-Tite Brake Controller 12" Long # 20127 is not a fit for your 3rd brake light on your 2008 Mazda 6. To power your aftermarket spoiler, you only need to tap into the power signal of that stop light wire and then add a ground wire if the ground isn't already in the spoiler mounting. I recommend using # 16-1-1 wire sold by the foot and Quick Splice Connector # SWC501925-1. You can use circuit tester # PTW2993 to determine...
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  • Installing Wiring for Truck Cap Topper Center Brake Light
    For your 2008 Chevy Silverado 1500, the third brake light wire for your topper is already run and can be found under your dash in a bundle of wires. I've attached a video to assist you. The wire you are seeking for that topper is the orange chmsl wire (which stands for center high mount stop light). You will simply run a # 16-1-1 wire from that location to your topper center brake light. I recommend using the Deka Heat Shrink Butt Connector # DW05744-5 for nice protected connections.
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    If the left side of your lighting is working normally and your grounds on the right side look good then that means that the wire somewhere on the right side of your 1989 travel trailer is damaged or bent. Sometimes a splice will be pretty close to any lights on that circuit but this isn't always the case. Your best best is to follow the wiring from your 7-Way to the lights or vice versa. If you find any pieces damaged go ahead and replace them with 16 Gauge Wire # 16-1-1 and Butt Connectors...
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  • What Signal is Carried on the Brown Wire of a 4-Way for a 2006 Ford E-150
    Typically the brown wire on a 4-Way connector carries the tail/running light signal for a trailer. This could be the same for your 2006 Ford E-150 but since manufacturers don't always follow this pattern you can just use the attached photo to help you determine what the function should be. If the brown wire is right next to the open ground pin on your 4-Way then it should be the tail/running light circuit. If this doesn't have any signal you can start off by checking the fuse for that...
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  • Troubleshooting Power from Connector on Pickup but No Trailer Lights
    If the connector on your pickup shows power for the lights when you test it then the issue should be on your trailer. You can verify this by connecting a different trailer to your pickup or by using a 12V battery to power the individual pins on your connector. Just ground the negative terminal and use a wire from the positive terminal to power the different pins. The most common issue with trailer lights that aren't working is a bad ground. Since none of your lights are working though...
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    I tried looking up relays that would be for a trailer on your 2011 Dodge Ram 2500 but I couldn't find anything in an online version of the owner's manual. If your copy of the manual shows relays then that would be a great place to go next if all of your fuses look good. Should you have relays that are in working order then you will want to check the connectors on your Ram and your trailer to make sure that they are clean and free of debris. If those look good then you will need to...
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    The wires may not be the correct gauge. They should not have been hot with 12V power. The motor may be drawing too much power as well. If the motor isn't overheating, than replacing the wires should solve the problem. You can use # 16-1-1 or # 12-1-1 depending on the amperage needs of your motor and the length of wire needed. Longer distances requires thicker gauge wire for proper amperage.
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    Yes, the reason the lights on your trailer are not getting power is because you created a short when the wires touched. You will need to replace the wire that shorted with the wire gauge you were using, likely 16 gauge # 16-1-1, 14 gauge # DW07550-1 or 12 gauge # 12-1-1. You will need to use Heat Shrink Butt Connector - 16-14 Gauge # DW05744-5 or 12-10 Gauge # DW05745-5 and Heat Gun # ALL836717 if you don't have one. I have added a link to a couple of help articles on trailer wiring...
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    From what you are describing it does sound like you have a short somewhere. Start off by checking the connectors to make sure that they are clean and free of debris. You can then want to check all of your grounds to ensure that they are secure and connected to a clean, bare metal surface. If all of those look good then you will want to inspect the wiring itself. Look for any places where the wires are damaged, exposed, bent, or corroded and replace them. You can replace any bad wiring...
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