A slot in the top center of the door
door is raised.
fits over a staple welded to the front intermediate cross
be padlocked in the closed position.
16. Lights and Wiring
(figs. 24 and 25)
a. L i g h t s o n t h e s e m i t r a i l e r a r e c o n t r o l l e d b y t h e l i g h t s w i t c h
on the instrument panel of the towing vehicle.
is protected by a circuit breaker on the towing vehicle. L i g h t s
with the same purpose, for example blackout stop lights, are on
the same circuit and operate simultaneously on towing vehicle
cables are lubbel covered with soldered termi-
nals or connectors. The connectors are either plugs or sockets
shells. Clip assemblies hold the cables in place on the frames.
Rubber grommets are provided where the cables pass through
c. I n a d d i t i o n t o c i r c u i t N o . 9 0 , w h i c h i s t h e g r o u n d c o n n e c -