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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - CABLE SHORTING TEST
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5 - 144 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - VOLTAGE DROP TEST
This task covers:
a. Test
INITIAL SETUP:
Tools Required
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's, Automotive (GMTK)
Multimeter (Shop Set Contact Maintenance Truck HMMWV)
Material Required
None
Equipment Conditions
Multimeter Set to Volts
a.
Test
(1)
Disconnect connector from the component (switch, solenoid, junction box, etc) at the
working end of the circuit.
(2)
Check connector terminal(s) for damage; repair or replace connector as necessary.
(3)
Set launch system conditions that will create voltage at the working end of the cable.
(4)
Check the required voltage at the working end of the cable.
a.
If the required voltage is not measured at the working end of the cable, go to step (5).
b.  If the required voltage is measured at the working end of the cable, the fault has not
been isolated. Continue with the fault isolation tests or notify supervisor.
(5)
Disconnect the first connector in line from the working end of the cable to the power
source.
(6)
Check for the required voltage at the working end of the cable.
c.
If the required voltage is not measured at the working end of the cable, go to step (7).
d.  If the required voltage is measured at the working end of the cable, a fault is in the
section of the cable most recently disconnected. Repair or replace the cable and perform
the continuity test again.
(7)
Repeat steps 4 and 5 until all sections of the suspect cable are tested.

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