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Figure 3-16.  Air Tank tubing and fittings, removal and installation. Section Xl.  ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 3-48.  General The  electrical  system  consists  of  two  spotlights,  one mounted   on   each   of   the   windshield   posts,   two   rear spotlights  mounted  on  the  rear  of  the  fire  truck,  and electrical siren mounted on the left front fender, rotating warning  light  mounted  on  the  top  of  the  cab.    These lights   are   waterproof,   sealed-beam-type   lamps.      A flasher  assembly  mounted  behind  the  cab  instrument panel functions to interrupt the circuit to directional light assemblies.  A dome light mounted above the left side control  panel  furnished  illumination  for  pump  operating controls.      A   temperature   warning   light,   oil   pressure warning  light,  and  two  panel  lights  are  mounted  in  the instrument panel on the left side.  Two underhood lights mounted on each side of the front of the radiator furnish illumination  for  the  engine.    Two  solenoid  relays  and motors, one mounted on each hose reel assembly and one motor solenoid and motor mounted on the priming pump serve to furnish power for the priming pump and hose reels! There are two battery charging receptacles located at the rear of the vehicle.  Two 12   volt   batteries   and   their   cable   assemblies   supply power  to  the  unit.    The  temperature  and  oil  pressure sending units are mounted on the engine.  Refer to T M 9-2320-209-10   for   the   chassis   and   engine   electrical components. 3-49.  Wiring a. General.  When testing, repairing, or -replacing the wiring, refer to wiring diagram (fig- 1-3). b. Testing.          Test     a     wire     for     continuity     by disconnecting each end from the components to which it is connected.  Touch' the test probes of a multimeter to each end of the wire.  If continuity is not indicated, the wire is defective and must be repaired or replaced. c. Repair.  Shave the insulation on the wire at both ends of the break and twist the bare wires together and solder the Connection.  Cover the- repaired' breaks with electrical tape and friction tape.  If a terminal breaks off a wire, replace it, using a like terminal. d. Replacement.  Replace a wire by disconnecting it  from  the  component  or  components  and  remove  the wire.  Install a new wire and attach it to the outside of the-wiring harness. 3-27

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