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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-24.  ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - Continued 4-24.10  Sending Units and Warning Switches. This task covers a. Test b. Replacement TOOLS MATERIALS/PARTS Tool Kit, General Mechanic, Automotive, 279B Oil Pressure Sender NSN 5180-00-177-7033 1042-33110-06 Oil Pressure Switch EQUIPMENT CONDITION 334AD Water Temp Sender Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) 1002-05511-34 Water Temp Switch LHS and RHS Engine Covers Removed 3345 Oil Temp Sender (see para. 4-12.11) 1002-05511-52 Oil Temp Switch 2337439 Speedometer Drive Sleeve SG201A/46253 Speedometer Generator 703386 Speedometer Drive Gear SM305-47062 Tachometer Sensor TEST a Engine Water Temperature Gage Test (1) Run main engine and monitor temperatures on pump panel and cab dash panel gages  Each gage is supplied from different senders. (2) If no temperature is recorded on one gage, ground the S terminal on gage.  If gage does not register, replace gage. (3) If gage registers, either sender or wire is at fault. For pump panel, wire number is 114.  Wire runs from pump body through plug on frame into engine compartment.  For cab, wire number is 46. Wire runs from gage through plug to fold-down panel terminal strip to engine compartment. (4) Check  wire  for continuity  If good, replace sender (See illustration). b Engine Water Temperature Alarm Test. (1) Alarm lamps in cab and on pump panel are energized by different senders. (2) To test operation of alarm system, connect a jumper between terminal on relevant sender and brass nut of sender.  (See illustration for sender location).  Check relevant alarm sounds. 4-448

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