Use care when testing electrical connectors.
Do not damage connector pins or sockets
with multimeter probes. Failure to comply
may result in damage to equipment.
Inspect connector pins/sockets for damage,
corrosion, and serviceability. Check that
connector pins are not pushed back and
are capable of making good contact.
(1) Remove personnel heater assembly for
access (para 18-9).
(2) Disconnect connector J912 from P912.
(3) Set multimeter to ohms.
(4) Connect positive (+) probe of multimeter
to connector P909 socket 5.
(5) Connect negative (-) probe of multimeter
to connector J912 socket 1 and note
reading on multimeter.
(6) If continuity is not present, repair wire
2006 from connector P909 socket 5 to
connector J912 socket 1 (para 2-45)
or replace auxiliary panel cable
assembly (para 7-58).
(7) If continuity is present, repair wire 2006
from connector P912 Pin 1 to circuit
breaker CB50 (para 2-45) or replace
WTEC II dashboard cable assembly
(para 7-10) or WTEC III dashboard cable
assembly (para 7-11).
(8) Connect connector J912 to connector
(9) Install personnel heater (para 18-9).
(10) Position auxiliary panel on auxiliary panel
housing with six screws.
(11) Tighten six screws to 24 lb-in (3N.m).
(12) Connect batteries (para 7-57).
(13) Lift dump body.
(14) Place maintenance legs in stowed position.
(15) Lower dump body.
(16) Remove cargo sling from dump body lifting
(17) Remove two dump body lifting brackets
from dump body.
(18) Position two locking pins in dump body.
(19) Install safety pins in two locking pins.