Wiring and electrical work on your car can be a mysterious and frustrating thing to troubleshoot. When repairing or restoring the wiring in a classic it is sometimes better to take a bit of modern technology to give you a piece of mind. In the 1970’s Packard Electrical created the Weather Pack Connector for wiring systems. These utilized a special male and female plug that had rubber boots around each wire and were rebuildable. This style connector really cut down on wiring issues from corrosion and poor connections. With the addition of the Eastwood Crimp-Right Weather-Tight Connector Crimping Kit you now have the option to build weather pack style connectors yourself at home. Read below as we show you the process for building your first weather pack connector.
Start with opening your...Read More