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wire lead (6) for cracked or broken insulation or broken wire
at connection to terminals. Repair cracked or broken insulation
by applying insulation tape to area.
If broken wire strands are seen, re-
place wire lead.
Inspect wiring harness spade terminals (5 and 10) wire for cracked or
broken insulation or broken wire strands at connection to spade termi-
nals. Repair cracked or broken insulation by applying insulation tape to
area. If broken wire strands are seen, cut wire as close to spade termi-
nal as possible. Strip 1/4 inch insulation from end of wire taking care
not to cut through wire then crimp new spade terminal securely onto wire.
Position switch (9) on switch panel (3). Install and tighten nut (7) to
secure switch to panel.
To install switch plunger (8), push it down into switch (9) body until
b u t t o n s n a p s i n t o p o s i t i o n.
Connect wire lead (6) terminal and wiring harness white wire terminal (5)
to switch terminals using two screws (4).
Position circuit breaker (12) on switch panel (3) and secure by install-
ing and tightening round nut (11).
Connect wire lead (6) spade terminal to circuit breaker (12) terminal by
grasping terminal with your finger and firmly pushing it onto circuit
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wiring harness red-white wire spade terminal (10) to circuit
cab switch panel (3) on heater console taking care not to discon-
pinch wiring between switch panel and heater console.
and tighten four screws (2) to secure switch panel (3) to heater
Install HEAT CONTROL knob (1) by pushing it firmly onto HEAT CONTROL
v a l v e s h a f t.
Connect battery ground cable (page 5-151).
Start engine and operate at idle speed. Set HEATER FAN control to LOW po-
sition. Check that heater fan operates and air is blown from heater
cover. Turn off engine. If heater fan does not operate or air is not
blown from heater cover, refer to troubleshooting (page 3-165 or 3-168).