Automotive connectors are a component that electronic engineering technicians often come into contact with.
Its role is very simple: to bridge the communication between the blocked or isolated circuits in the circuit, so that the current flows, so that the circuit achieves the intended function. The form and structure of the automotive connector is ever-changing.
It is mainly composed of four basic structural components: contact, housing (depending on the type), insulator, and accessories. In the industry, it is also commonly referred to as a sheath, a connector, and a molded case. It usually consists of two parts: the copper terminals of the plastic case.