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socket.
To remove cable, take off grommet, bushing
and shell at end of cable. Contact in socket is made
by  coiling  strands  of  cable  at  socket  end,  into  flat
area,
larger
than
hole
in
washer-type
insulator
and
filling  area  with  solder.  Insulator  must  be  installed
before contact is constructed. In changing cable, marker
must be removed. Be sure to replace with new marker
with
identical
circuit
number.
Insert
socket
into
grommet.
Flange
on
(5) A s s e m b l y .
socket must fit into groove in flat area of grommet.
To  fit  flange  into  groove,  bend  flat  area  back  over
cylindrical section and force socket into position. If
cable has been removed, insert cable end through in-
sulator and spring, through bottom of socket and pull
through.
on
terminal
if
one
is
not
on
cable,
and
slide
bushing,
grommet
and
shell
onto
cable.
In-
stall light, without cover, on vehicle, securing with four
screws,
and
nuts,
making
certain  grom-
Position  lens
met is well seated in position in base.
and secure to door with two speed nuts. Position cover
and
secure
with
two
oval-head
screws.
(6) Intsallation. Refer to paragraph 73c.
Section VIl. REPAIR AND REBUILD OF FRAME
106. Cleaning and Inspection
Use steam or water under pressure and stiff
a. Cleaning.
brush
to
remove
heavy
accumulations
of
dirt.
Use
mineral
spirits paint thinner or dry-cleaning solvent to remove grease.
Inspect
rails
and
cross
members
for
cracks,
b. Inspection.
Inspect all welded seams and joints. In-
bends, or damage.
spect
all
riveted
and
welded
brackets,
pockets,
angles,
eyes,
and
other
attached
details.
Repair
or
replace
damaged
parts.
107.
Repair
No established rules can be made of the necessity, length,
or kind of reinforcements to install on frame members which
have  been  bent,  cracked,  or  broken.  A  complete  part  of  a
welded structure, such as a cross member, should not be re-
The  part  should  remain  in  place  and  a
moved if damaged.
reinforcement welded into place over the damaged area. Re-
inforcements
can
be
made
with
channel,
angle,
or
flat
stock.
Use
electricarc
welding
when
replacing
damaged
members.
Do
not weld on edges of frame members, as this will weaken them
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