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ELECTRICAL SENDING UNIT
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TM-5-4320-254-14 Pump Centrifugal Gasoline Engine Driven (MIL STD) 600 GPM (E.C. Schleyer Pump (O. Model 36M-SPS3011G-T) Manual
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EXHAUST SYSTEM
C.
BATTERY AND BATTERY BOX
a.
General- The battery supplies the electrical power necessary to operate the starter to start the engine. It is a
2-yvolt, lead-acid type, and it is mounted in a covered battery box which is secured to the support on the trailer frame.
The negative battery ter-tnl1 is connected to the frame with a ground strap. The positive battery ter-1nAl connects to a
terminal on the starter by means of a battery cable.
b.
Removal and disassembly-
Refer to Fig.3-7. Remove battery and disassemble the battery box as necessary to
replace defective components.
c.
Cleaning and Inspection -
1.
Clean the battery box, battery terminals, and cables, and cover them with a mild bioarbonate of soda solution to
remove loose corrosion.
2.
Remove loose paint from bare spots and repaint.
3.
Inspect battery cables for damaged insulation.
4.
Inspect battery for cracks, leaking, loose ter-n-1ls, or other damage.
5.
Inspect battery box for rusting due to corrosion.
6.
Replace damaged parts as necessary.
d.
Reassembly & Installation -
1.
Refer to figure 3-7 and reinstall the battery box and battery.
Notes The two cap screws with the special thin heads go inside the battery box.
LEGEND
1.
Cover
6.
Washer
11.  Screw
16.
Nut
2.
Plate
7.
Cable
12.  Washer
17.
Screw
3.
Screw
8.
Box
13.  Nut
18.
Washer
4.
Nut
9.
Cable
14.  Screw
19.
Nut
5.
Nut
10.
Battery
15.  Washer
20.
Support
FIGURE 3-7. BATTERY BOX-DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
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