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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-24.  ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - Continued 4-24.10  Sending Units and Warning Switches - Continued REPLACEMENT a Engine Water Temperature, Gage and Alarm Sensor, Engine Transmission Oil Pressure, Gage and Alarm Sensor, Engine Oil Pressure (including fuel pump shutdown) sensors.  All these sensors are similar.  The general procedure outlined below should be used to replace any of these sensors. (1) Check APU is shutdown (see Chapter 2) and disconnect batteries as detailed in para. 4-24.12 prior to replacing any sender unit. (2) Tag and remove wires connected to the sensor terminals. (3) Using wrench, carefully remove sensor from engine or transmission block.  If sensors are extremely  tight, soak visible threads with penetrating oil (item 20, Appendix E) prior to removal. (4) Replace sensor and tighten securely.  Do not overtighten.  Do not seal with pipe sealant or other material. (5) Connect wires as noted in step 1.  Test sensor as detailed in TEST preceding. b Ammeter Shunt Replacement. (1) Disconnect batteries, see para. 4-24.12. (2) Tag and remove wires from both terminals of the shunt. (3) Removing mounting capscrews (1) and nuts (3) and discard shunt (2). (4) Attach new shunt using capscrews (1) and nuts (3). (5) Reconnect wires to both terminals of shunt as noted in step 2 preceding. (6) Test shunt as detailed in TEST preceding. 4-452

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