CHAPTER 2: VEHICLE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
2 19 ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING-Continued
GENERATOR INDICATOR GAGE Continued
Remove all jewelry such as rings, dog
tags, bracelets, etc. If jewelry contacts
a metal surface a direct short may result
in instant heating of tools, damage to
equipment, and injury or death to
A Remove three screws (1), three lockwashers (2), two
screws (3), two lockwashers (4), and ground strap (5)
and release gage panel (6) from mounting brackets.
Disconnect gage panel to bulkhead wiring harness from
gage panel. Place red lead of multimeter in pin K of
wire 27 and black lead to ground. Turn MASTER switch
on and check for voltage. Turn MASTER switch OFF.
If voltage is present, go to step B. If voltage is not
present, go to step C.
B Reconnect gage panel to bulkhead wiring harness to
gage panel. Disconnect wire 27B from generator
indicator gauge. Place red lead of multimeter in wire
27B and black lead to ground. Turn MASTER switch on
and check for voltage. Turn MASTER switch OFF. If
voltage is present, replace generator indicator gage (see
paragraph 6-8). If voltage is not present, repair/replace
wire 27B from connector to generator indicator gage of
gage panel wiring harness (see paragraph 6-44).