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10 Gauge Primary Wire - Blue - per Foot

10 Gauge Primary Wire - Blue - per Foot

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Deka Wiring - 10-1-1

  • Wire
  • Single Wire
  • 10 Gauge
  • Deka


  • 10-gauge wire
  • Often used to run brake signal from brake controller to trailer connector on vehicle and from trailer connector to electric brakes on trailer

Standard Copper Primary Wire is widely used in the trailer and automotive industry for original equipment and replacement wiring. The General Purpose Thermo-Plastic (GPT) Insulation is highly resistant to acids, gasoline, oil, grease and most industrial solvents. Meets SAE J1128 Specifications. For use with 50 volts or less, 176 degrees Fahrenheit.





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10 Gauge Primary Wire - Blue - per Foot - 10-1-1

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (85 Customer Reviews)


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It took a while to get to me since several items in the order were back ordered, but someone from etrailer regularly communicated the status. All items arrived in good condition, but I haven’t had time to install.



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Wire was just what I needed to add the battery charger wiring to the 6 pin receptacle for the TOAD vehicle.



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Was larger gauge than I needed but worked just fine. This 10 gauge wire is blue but my stock wiring was about 14 gauge but since the used a circuit breaker to cross connect it was not a problem.



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Excellent brake controller. etrailer was prompt in shipping and service outstanding. Would definitely buy from etrailer again.

Gerald

12/9/2018

This brake controller is working great. Would recommend it Easily adjustable for driving conditions



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Ordered a pair of Dexter electric brake kits for my trailer. Everything arrived within a few (3) days in good shape. Installed on the trailer, everything works as advertised. I have ordered from etrailer several times over the past few years. Always great service and prices. Customer service and tech assist is especially good with these folks. I would send pictures but the trailer is out working.



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Exactly as described!



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Fast delivery - Ordered on 9/29/17 - Received on 10/4/17
Excellent heavy gauge wire!
NOTE for etrailer managers. I am a technical person by nature and speaking only for myself, when I buy and pay for a specific amount of something, I expect to get that amount. I'm not pinching pennies with you here; BUT, I bought 30' of this wire and when I received it, I measured it twice and came up with 29' 9". Most places I've dealt with in the past where I buy wire, angle iron, etc.. would give you a couple of inches or more than you ordered versus a couple of inches shorter than what was ordered. Very stingy in my opinion and not fair to your customers.



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Couldn't be happier. Bought a couple of 4 to 7 way adapters, some 10 gauge wire and a couple of 40a breakers. Recommendations from etrailer were thorough and well done.
All installed on both vehicles ... both working just great.



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Good price, and just what I needed for carrying the heavier loads needed for charging the trailers on board battery, and running the refrigerator/freezer.



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The wire itself seems okay, although the packaging wasn't great. Ordered 75 feet of wire along with a coupler. The wire was coiled in the bottom of the box, with the coupler sitting on top of it in direct contact. I noticed some nicks in the wire insulation as a result of the coupler edges hitting it during shipping.

eTrailer did a great job of shipping quickly! Order packaging needs some serious attention.



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Nice thick sturdy wire, I used it to run 12v power supply from battery to circuit breaker then to to 7 way plug.



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The wiring harness set is flawless and the installation went smooth, even for this less than electrically inclined guy. A couple hours or work and I was on the road towing with confidence



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The wire was perfect for the application (electric trailer brakes). The sales person, William, who helped me, was most helpful.



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ettrailer was extremely helpful with adding brakes to my utility trailer. This wire was just one component in the upgrade. Thank you etrailer. I would definitely recommend them.



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Ordered several electrical connectors,wire and a wire tester .. all items came in good condition ,looking forward to using the tester as soon as I can I am sure it will do the job.



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Exactly what I needed to re-wire my trailer. Fast shipping and good price.



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This served its purpose for installing a trailer battery charge line. It was nice that I could order a specific length from retailer since I didn't need a whole roll.



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Order accurately filled, (I even called back to add some items). The order even came more quickly than I expected. Quality of the parts appears to be excellent!

Thank you!

Michael

6/28/2021

Working fine. No problems.



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It's been a long while since I've ordered anything from etrailer, but, as usual, you folks came through in flying colors. The package was boxed well, shipped on time and the correct products, that's a real plus in today's internet shopping zone.



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Very heavy good gauge wire for supplying 12VDC power to my trailer.



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Very happy with the wiring. Works well, easy install. less memory then I expected. Nice having power from my tow vehicle to my trailer.



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



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Everything is as expected! Top quality and rapid delivery. If You need trailer products this is the place!



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Product arrived as promised and everything works great. The staff at etrailer I worked with was fantastic. Thanks, Brian



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It's been a little over a year since I used this to wire brakes for my trailer and no problem thus far.


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    I'd recommend using 10 gauge wire like part # 10-2-1 (sold by the foot) for the brake power and ground wires as this will be more than adequate and will ensure you get plenty of amperage to activate the brakes.
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    Based on your troubleshooting efforts so far I suggest that you test the trailer brakes without using a vehicle and brake controller; you can test the trailer brakes directly by applying +12V power and ground to the appropriate contacts on the trailer plug. Please refer to the linked photo. A set of jumper cables and 10-gauge wire like # 10-1-1 or # 10-2-1 make it simple enough to "hot wire" the brake circuit with the full power from your vehicle battery or a well-charged spare. If you...
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  • Is 14 Gauge Wire Too Small for Electric Trailer Brakes
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  • Does Trailer Jack Powered from Vehicle 7-Way Require A Ground Wire Ran as Well
    Yes, assuming the power wire of your 12 volt trailer wiring circuit is active you would also need to ground the wire of the jack too to activate it.
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  • Troubleshooting Boat Trailer Wiring Issue Where Light Go On And Off When Safety Cable Is Moved
    Since when you move the safety cable the lights come on and off, it is a dead giveaway that the ground wire connection on your trailer is bad. I recommend cleaning that connection and making sure you have a bare metal on metal ground without corrosion or debris. You may need to relocate the ground for your wiring if you can't solve the issue by cleaning up the location of the current ground to the trailer frame.
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  • Where to Find Brake Output Circuit Wire for 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee for Brake Controller Install
    When Jeep installed the factory 7-way on the third generation Grand Cherokee, they ran the brake output circuit from the 7-way under the vehicle and into the passenger cabin below the dash. The output wire is either light green or blue in color, and should be bundled up by the emergency brake area (if a pedal style was used). The wire should have a tag or sticker that says 'trailer brake.' If for some reason your vehicle just does not have that circuit you can bypass the headache of trying...
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  • Would Battery Charger for Trailer Battery Connected to Truck Also Charge Truck Battery
    If the 12 volt accessory circuit on your truck's 7-way is active all the time then yes the charge that is put on the trailer battery will also charge the truck battery since they are connected. Most likely due to the length and gauge of the wire it wouldn't put much of a charge on the truck battery.
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  • Troubleshooting RV Electric Brake Assemblies Receiving Different Voltage when Brakes Applied
    It's possible that the brake magnets on the underperforming assemblies are bad, as you mentioned in your question. There are a few ways you can test the magnets which are detailed in the article I have attached for you to review. I also recommend looking at the wiring that is going from one side to the other on your trailer. Depending on what gauge wire you are using, switching to a higher gauge like # 10-1-1 might help. Check for any pinched or damaged wires and fix them as needed. The...
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  • Tekonsha Prodigy Brake Controller Shows S.H Code
    If the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Trailer Brake Controller part # 90885 shows a short in the system in idle conditions then you most likely have a short on the blue brake output wire. I recommend to inspect the blue wire from the brake controller to the back of the vehicle at the 7-way for any frayed or wire insulation cracks. If you find damaged wire you would need to replace it with part # 10-1-1. If the wiring is older, I recommend to check the 7-way plug on the vehicle side and trailer side...
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  • Is the Deka 10 Gauge Primary Wire # 10-1-1 19 Strand Wire
    Yes, the Deka 10 Gauge Primary Wire, # 10-1-1, is 19 strand wire. I pulled a piece of wire from my warehouse to verify this.
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  • Can Two 6V Batteries be Wired in Series with 7 Foot Distance Between Them
    The 7 foot wire between your two 6V batteries may result in a bit of a voltage drop on the output. The exact amount, if any, will also depend on what wire gauge you are using on the batteries. I do recommend using a thicker gauge wire for your application, as this will present less resistance to the current flow to help with this distance. You can use 10 gauge wire like # 10-1-1, which is sold by the foot.
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  • Troubleshooting 2002 Chevy Silverado 2500 With No Power Getting From Brake Controller To Connector
    It sounds like you have a problem with either your brake controller or the wire between your controller and the trailer connector. I recommend cutting the brake output wire about 6 inches behind the controller to test voltage there when brake contoller power is adjusted up and hitting the manual override on the controller. If you have proper 12V there, then use # 10-1-1 to run new wire to your trailer connector. If you don't have voltage at the controller, you will need to replace the unit.
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  • Hopkins Impulse Brake Controller Reading E1 When Manual Override Is Engaged
    I reached out to my contact at Hopkins and it sounds like everything is functioning correctly except for the E1 code when you hit the manual override. That tells us that there is a problem somewhere on that blue controller output wire. There is a short somewhere to ground. This could be a nick in the wire insulation or it could be corrosion at the connector. I recommend cleaning all your contact points and tracing your wire if that doesn't solve your error code to check for issue....
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  • Wire Gauge Used to Wire Trailer Mounted Batteries
    If the wire you're speaking of is the power feed from the 7-way trailer connector to the battery, then yes # 10-1-1 will work great. If the wires you are speaking of are to power a trailer accessory such as a winch, the gauge of the wire will depend on the amperage draw of the accessory and the distance of the wire run. If you were indeed asking about installing a winch, I've linked a help article on that subject that you'll likely find helpful.
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    I spoke with my contact at Redline and he informed me that this 10 Gauge Blue Primary Wire, part # 10-1-1, is rated for general outdoor purpose and would be considered UV exposed outdoor rated. You would not have to worry about UV damage to this wire if you were to use it in an outside application.
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  • Completing 12 Volt Power Circuit for 7-Way of 2019 Chevy Express
    Under the brake booster of your 2019 Chevy Express Van there is a ring terminal that you'll need to take and put on the stud in front of the fuse box of the vehicle. If you check out the picture I attached you'll see where to find the wire and the stud on the fuse box.
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  • Can Ground Wires for Trailer Lights Run Back to Ground of Trailer Connector
    What you described will work well for grounding your lights. You can run the ground wires of each of the lights back to the ground wire of your trailer connector and your lights will work great. It's the other acceptable way to ground the lights other than through the trailer frame like you mentioned.
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  • Should Brake Controller Have Lights on Display when Brake Pedal is Pressed
    I'm not sure what brake controller you have but in general there are typically lights on the controller that light up when the controller is activating the trailer brakes but yours may not or it may have some type of internal glitch that is preventing it from happening. Sometimes all it takes to clear out odd internal bugs is to just unplug the controller and plug it back in so you might try that to reset it.
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  • What Gauge Wire Should be Used When Wiring Up Trailer Brakes
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    When wiring your truck's battery to the four 6V batteries in your trailer, you will want to connect it to the positive terminal on the first battery. Then the negative terminal on the last/fourth battery will go to ground. This will be the case whether they are wired in series or in parallel.
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