(3) Check that all terminal con-
(2) Visually inspect insulation for
nections are secure.
(4) Inspect harness connectors for
(3) Visually inspect electrical connec-
tors as follows:
Repair. Repair broken wires by splic-
Check connectors for security to
ing. Refer to TM 11-600-1 (Wheeled Vehicle
Maintenance), or TM 55-1500-323-24 (Aviation
Check connectors for broken,
burned, corroded or bent contacts.
Check connectors for cracks,
corrosion, distortion, nicks and burrs.
TION, INSPECTION, AND REPAIR.
(4) Visually inspect identification
Inspect Plumbing Components. (See
Check braiding for security and
Inspect tube assembly (5) as
c. Repair Wiring Harness Assembly.
Visually inspect tubing for
distortion, corrosion, splits, pits, cracks,
nicks, dents, scratches and kinks.
Remove defective connectors as
Visually inspect sleeves for
splits, cracks, galling, corrosion, nicks and
(a) Loosen connector plug screws.
Pull back backshell.
Visually inspect nuts and
Remove all teflon tape from
threaded bushings for galled, crossed, strip-
back of connector, contacts and wires.
ped or worn threads and for corrosion and
rounded wrenching flats.
Heat contacts of connector to
melt solder and disconnect wires as necessary
Inspect adapters, unions, elbows,
to remove defective connector.
tees, plugs and caps as follows:
Visually inspect fittings for gall-
ed, crossed, stripped or worn threads.
Remove damaged wire from in-
Visually inspect fittings for
cracks, nicks, dents and corrosion.
Measure the cut replacement
(c) Visually inspect fittings for
Insert replacement wire through
rounded wrenching flats and torn or closed
Install connectors as follows:
Inspect Wiring Harness Assembly.
Connect wires and electrical
cables to connector. Solder wires and elec-
Visually inspect sleeving for chaf-
trical cables using silver solder in accordance