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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page 14
3rd paragraph, 2nd sentence

"Generally, you will use the gauges 12 (20 mm), 10 (25 mm), 8 (33 mm), and 4 (about 50 mm, or 0.5 cm)." should be: "Generally, you will use the gauges 12 (2.0 mm), 10 (2.6 mm), 8 (3.3 mm), and 4 (about 5.0 mm, or 0.5 cm)."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 2007
Printed
Page 14
3rd paragraph, 2nd-to-last sentence

"2-gauge wires (64 mm in diameter) are overkill..." Car PC Hacks: Tips & Tools for Geeking Your Ride by Damien Stolarz This errata page lists errors corrected in the most recent printing. If you have technical questions or error reports, you can send them to booktech@oreilly.com. Please specify the printing date of your copy. This page was updated September 10, 2007. Here's a key to the markup: [page-number]: serious technical mistake {page-number}: minor technical mistake <page-number>: important language/formatting problem (page-number): language change or minor formatting problem ?page-number?: reader question or request for clarification

Anonymous    Sep 01, 2007
Printed
Page 14
3rd paragraph, 2nd sentence

"Generally, you will use the gauges 12 (20 mm), 10 (25 mm), 8 (33 mm), and 4 (about 50 mm, or 0.5 cm)." should be: "Generally, you will use the gauges 12 (2.0 mm), 10 (2.6 mm), 8 (3.3 mm), and 4 (about 5.0 mm, or 0.5 cm)."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 2007
Printed
Page 14
3rd paragraph, 2nd-to-last sentence

"2-gauge wires (64 mm in diameter) are overkill..." should be: "2-gauge wires (6.5 mm in diameter) are overkill..."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 2007
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Page 15
1st paragraph, 1st sentence

"8-gauge wire (about 33 mm in diameter)..." should be: "8-gauge wire (about 3.3 mm in diameter)..."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 2007
Printed
Page 15
1st paragraph, last sentence

"A 2-gauge wire (64 mm)..." should be: "A 2-gauge wire (6.5 mm)..."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 2007