Useful for electrical work, crimping pliers can be used for joining - crimping or pressing - wires together in a crimp terminal. Their jaws also have notches for cutting wire and stripping off the insulation, usually up to a diameter of 6mm. Some also have bolt-cutting holes suitable for small bolts, usually up to 5mm or 6 BA thread size.
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The electrical wiring in a car is a system of colour-coded wires called the loom (See ). Where s...