24 Circuit Wiring Harness - UH-24
- OEM brass and copper terminals
- Compatible with halogen lighting, modern alternators and more
- Theft protection built in
- Heavy gauge wiring makes them expandable
- 100% of the connections are soldered
- Unlike our 12 and 18 circuit harnesses, the 24 circuit harness comes almost completely assembled, with fuses and relays installed, connectors and terminals attached, and more
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You know you are getting the highest quality wiring harness for your vehicle when you buy your 24 circuit universal wiring harness at Hot Rod Wires®. Our top quality craftsmanship make it possible to add more circuits as you go, and all of our harnesses work on any 12-volt application. This makes them truly universal. Our harnesses fit classic cars, projects, hot rods, trucks and much more.
When you buy Hot Rod Wires® wiring harnesses, you get a harness made in the USA using 100% American copper only. We do not crimp our harnesses; we solder every connection, and that gives you OEM-quality connections. Our connectors and terminals for the ignition switch, stop light switch, headlight switch, neutral safety switch, dimmer switch, seal beams, horn relay, turn signal switch and alternator are made from OEM-quality materials.
Buying your harness from Hot Rod Wires® gives you direct access to the manufacturer. That provides you with a better value and assurance that you will receive the correct harness, switches and accessories. You will benefit from the enhanced technical support that we provide our customers. That support is backed by 50 years of electrical experience. We are available from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. CST 7 days a week, including holidays.
- 20 feet of wire for circuits going to the rear
- 15 feet of wire for circuits going to the front
- 8 feet of wire for circuits in the engine compartment
3. Turn Signals
5. Stop Lights
7. Hazard Flasher
8. Tail Lights
9. Park Lights
10. Dash Lights
12. Heat and A/C
13. Power Windows
14. Power Locks
15. Electric Fan
16. Electric Fuel Pump
17. High Level Stop Light
18. Radio B+ Memory
19. Under Hood Light
22. Dome Light
23. Trunk Light
24. Glove Box Light
Buying a quality automotive wiring harness is about asking the right questions. Before you buy any harness, make sure you know the answers to the questions below.
|Features||Hot Rod Wires®||Our Competitors|
|Made In The USA?||Most competitors source their harnesses from overseas.|
|100% Soldered Connections?||Most wiring harnesses are crimped only. It saves money, but reduces durability.|
|Heavy-duty 12 Gauge Starter Wire?||Many harnesses use lighter gauge wire, which leads to hot start problems.|
|OEM-Quality Made-in-the-USA Solid Copper Wiring?||Many competitors use a blend wire material for the wiring to cut costs.|
|OEM-Quality Copper and Brass Terminals?||Many competitors use off-shore knock-offs made from aluminum or tin.|
|Includes A Fusible Link?||A fusible link protects your entire electrical system, but many harnesses don't include it.|
|Is The Harness Expandable?||Many competitors use the lightest gauge wiring possible for their 12-circuit harnesses. If you want to expand, you need to re-wire the harness.|
|Compatible With Modern 100amp Alternator?||Many harnesses are only rated to 60 or 75amps, which means they won't accommodate a modern alternator.|
|Heavy Gauge Copper Wire In Every Circuit?||Heavy gauge copper wire is expensive, but it minimizes resistance and ensures proper voltage across your system.|
|Compatible With Halogen Headlights?||Many harnesses use light gauge wiring for the headlights that's insufficient for halogen bulbs.|
|Built-in Theft Protection?||None.|