If the vehicle harness was wired correctly to start with you may be able to buy an adapter from 7 flat to 6 round from the HOPPY company. Otherwise buy a circuit tester and install a 6 pole round pigtail connector on your harness using 3M scotchlok connectors. This will allow you to keep your original flat 7 connector too.
A 2-pole wire will not work on a 3-pole plug. You will need to use a 3-pole wire on a 3-pole plug.
This is a 277 volt AC plug. It is classed as a two pole three wire grounding plug. Green wire on the G terminal screw, white wire on the W terminal screw and the "hot" wire on the remaining screw.
Yes it should.
No, the wide prong is neutral it is the white wire. The narrow prong is hot it is the black wire. The round prong (in a 3 wire plug) is safety ground it is the green wire.
hot wire to the small prongwhite to the large pronggreen to the round thingie
An L5-20P is a two pole three wire grounding 20 amp, 125 volt plug . The neutral wire is connected to the W terminal, the ground wire to the G terminal and the hot wire to the only terminal that is left.
You get a two wire plug!! You should never try to skip connecting the ground wire, the soul purpose of the ground is to create safety for you and others around you. the problem is that someone may assume that the ground is part of the wire since the plug is a three wire!! \You will have to skip the ground terminal on the plug. Usually plug has a green screw or wire, ground pin is longer than two other and round in shape.
the headset does not connect to the console, but in a round hole on the controller. if there is no wire to plug in, it is a wireless
If you plug it it in, if it doesn't light it's the wrong way round. Although these other two are more 'conventional': -The negative wire is closest to a small flat 'spot' on the LED's base. -The longer leg is the positive wire
short the top to the base, either by covering with aluminum foil or wrap a bare wire round and round the base then up to the top with the plug ON. or short the plug on the harness wire to ground.
You don't, in theory, because the ground wire is missing. But if you must, cut the end of and add the new three pin plug, the two flat pins are for the two wires, the round is for the ground that is missing. If something has only two wires,say a light fixture, adding a plug that has the three is useless because the ground wire is missing, so it does not become safer just because you added it. If the end is bad,then you get a plug end that comes apart and is made for adding to a wire, do not cut wire,add another plug end by splicing it together with electric tape.
Take out the double pole breaker, place the white wire on the grounding bar along with the ground wire, install singe pole breaker(size needed) attach black wire onto new breaker and you now have 110 line.