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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-19.  WINTERIZATION SYSTEM-Continued 4-19.5 Winterization Heater-Continued b. Ignition Spark Coil Repair NOTE This can be replaced without removing heater from truck. (1) Unplug     connections     between     electronic control unit and ignition spark coil. (2) Remove   ignition   leads   (2)   from   ignition spark coil. (3) Remove  four  screws  (3)  mounting  coil  to top of motor and replace the ignition spark coil.      The   ignition   spark   coil   cannot   be repaired. (4) Connect    ignition    leads    and    fasten    new ignition coil with four screws (3). c. Combustion Chamber Repair NOTE Unit must be removed from truck for repair. (1) Loosen  nuts  (3)  and  swing  aside  eyebolts (2). (2) Straighten cotter pin (1) and, while supporting motor/fan assembly, remove pin from hinge. (3) Set motor fan assembly to one side. (4) Gently  tap  on  rim  of  combustion  chamber (4) and pull out of heat exchanger (5). (5) Clean  inside  and  outside  of  chamber  with water and a brush.  If combustion chamber is severely corroded replace. (6) To   install,   push   combustion   chamber   (4) into    heat    exchanger    (5)    until    rims    are seated.      Tap   with   soft   faced   hammer   is necessary. (7)  While supporting motor/fan assembly, aline holes in hinge between motor/fan assembly and heat exchanger.  Slide cotter pin into hinge and bend ends. (8) Swing motor/fan assembly to closed position and tighten nuts (3) on eyebolts (2). (9) Replace heater assembly in truck.  See INSTALLATION preceding. 4-302

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