3-10. INSTRUMENT PANELS TROUBLESHOOTING (CONT)
TEST OR INSPECTION
7. INSTRUMENT CLUSTER GAGES DO NOT OPERATE.
Place ignition key switch in on position. Warning lights at bottom
of instrument cluster should be on.
a. If at least one warning light is on, refer to troubleshooting
for individual gage (MALFUNCTIONS 8 thru 11 below).
b. If all warning lights are off, go to step 2 below.
Press bottom 5 ampere circuit breaker button located on right in-
a. If at least one warning light is on, circuit breaker was
t r i p p e d.
b. If all warning lights are off, go to step 3 below.
Place vehicle lights switch at right instrument panel in several po-
sitions and check operation of loader lights.
8. FUEL LEVEL GAGE
If at least one loader light is on, place vehicle lights switch
in off position. Check wiring connection between ignition switch
ACC terminal and 5 ampere circuit breaker at right instrument
panel for open circuit. Repair or replace wiring as necessary
If wiring is okay, remove right instrument panel (page 5-48) and
replace 5 ampere circuit breaker (page 5-53).
If at least one loader light is not on, refer to page 3-81 light
DOES NOT OPERATE.
T e l l a n a s s i s t a n t to
wire from terminal of fuel level sending unit
hold tan-black wire terminal against loader
Place ignition key switch in on position and watch fuel level gage.
Gage pointer should move to bottom.
a. If fuel level gage pointer moves to bottom, refer to page 3-93
sending units troubleshooting.
b. If fuel level gage pointer does not move to bottom, go to step 2