WIRING HARNESS REPAIR
This task covers: Wiring Harness Connector Disassembly and Assembly
Tools and Test Equipment:
General Mechanics Tool Kit (1, App. E)
TB SIG 222
Electrical Tool Kit (28, App. E)
Soldering Torch Kit (29, App. E)
Materials / Parts:
Solder (36, App. C)
Wiring harness removed
Various repair parts
(paras. 2-84, 2-86, 2-88)
GENERAL REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical shock hazard. Disconnect battery ground cable or power source prior to
working on electrical components. Failure to heed warning could cause shock,
injury or death. If electrical shock occurs, administer first aid and seek medical
Repair of wiring harnesses and cables consists of replacement of defective connectors, shells, and
terminals, or taping cut or worn insulation and exposed wire conductors.
Disassembly and assembly procedures are provided for typical electrical wires and harness connectors
found on the forklift.
Tag and label all wires as they are removed for ease of reassembly.
Determine wire strip length using Table 2-5.
Table 2-5. Wire Strip Length
Length A +/- 0.020
When soldering is required, procedures in TB SIG 222 must be followed.