Section VI. REBUILD OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
104. Receptacle, Wiring Cable, Terminals, and Connectors
Receptacle pins, receptacle sockets, and terminals are always
soldered to ends of wires or cables. All are replaced in essen-
Refer to TM 9-1825E for disassem-
tially the same manner.
bly, inspection, repair, and assembly procedures for receptacle
and plug-type connectors.
Taillights, Blackout Stoplights, Directional Lights, and
N o t e . The
(1) R e m o v a l . Refer
(2) D i s a s s e m b l y .
assembly (E) and remove door assembly and gasket
(D). Screws are fitted with retainers and will re-
main in door. Remove six round-head screws secur-
ing socket and wiring assembly (B) in body (A). Re-
move socket and wiring assembly, with attached parts,
(3) C l e a n i n g . Clean exterior of body and door with min-
necessary to clean interior of body or sockets of socket
and wiring assembly, use clean water and soap solu-
(4) I n s p e c t i o n a n d r e p a i r .
cracks, warpage, cracked or broken lenses, or evidence
of leakage around lens gasket.
Note. It is not practical to attempt to replace lenses or lens gas-
kets in door assembly since these are clinched in place to make a
Inspect body (A) for cracks or evidence of leakage.
assembly (B) to make sure grommets, sockets, socket
plates, cables, spring, connectors, and cable are in good
tention to triangular grommet at rear of baffle plate
to make sure cables are cemented securely to grom-
met and grommet will make watertight seal in body
Replace defective parts or assembly.
(5) A s s e m b l y .
Position socket and wiring assembly (B)
in body. Place double socket assembly at top of baffle