4.12.5 Wiring Harness Maintenance.
This task covers:
Equipment Conditions (continued)
General Mechanics Tool Kit (appendix B,Section III,
Lockwashers (TM 10-4320-226-24P)
Washers (TM 10-4320-226-24P)
Tags (appendix E, Section II, Item 12)
Equipment shut down, refer to paragraph 188.8.131.52 or
Battery cover removed, paragraph 3.4.
Battery disconnected, paragraph 4.12.2.
V-belt guard removed, paragraph 4.10.6.
General Safety Instructions
To prevent rolling or sliding, do not work on equipment
that is not securely stabilized.
Do not work on equipment without following standard
shop safety precautions.
N O T E
The following procedures may be used for all models. Procedures peculiar to each
model are indicated within each task.
Do not work on wiring harness with battery connected.
To prevent rolling or sliding, do not work on equipment that is not securely stabilized.
Ensure both wheels are chocked.
Failure to obey these warnings may result in serious injury.
On models 350 PAW and W-87012 only, disconnect and tag two lines (figure 4-39.1, sheet 1, view D, 1 and 2)
from cold start reservoir.
On models 350 PAW and W-87012 only, remove screws (view C, 3), lockwashers (4), washers (5) and cold
weather start kit (6).
Remove remaining screws (view A, 3), lockwasher (4) and washers (5) that secure control panel cover (7).
Remove control panel cover (7).
Tag and disconnect the following wires of cable harness assembly:
(1) Wires connected to terminal board (view B, 8).
(2) Wires connected to oil sending unit (figure 4-40, view A, 1).
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