BRANCHED WIRING HARNESS REPAIR.
This task covers:
a. Typical Panel Mounting Receptacle Replacement
b. Typical Plug Replacement
c. Terminal-Type Cable Connector Replacement
d. Male Cable Connector Replacement
e. Female Cable Connector (With Washer) Replacement
f. Female Cable Connector (With Sleeve) Replacement
Parked on a level surface.
Wheels chocked (para 2-8.1).
General mechanics tool kit
Common No. 1 shop set
This paragraph contains typical repair instructions for wiring harnesses and cables (leads). Repair of wiring
harness and cables consists of replacement of defective connectors, shells, and terminals, or taping cut or
worn insulation and exposed wire conductors. Exploded views are provided of typical harness and cable
connectors used on the trailer and give procedures for disassembly and assembly of connectors. When sol-
dering is required, procedures in TB SIG 222 must be followed. If multiple pin connectors are disassembled,
tag or label all wires and cable to ensure that correct connections are made at time of assembly.