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REPLACEMENT (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-12_580
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-24.  ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - Continued (6) The battery voltage should be as follows. Ambient 70 F 60 F 50 F 40 F 30 F 20 F 10 F 0 Temp 21 C 16C 10C 4C -1 C -7 C -12C -18 C Battery 9.6 9.5 9.4 9.3 9.1 8.9 8.7 8.5 Voltage (7) If battery falls the load test, it should be replaced. REPLACEMENT NOTE The procedure for disconnecting the truck batteries is outlined in steps 1 thru 7.  This procedure must be used whenever the batteries are required to be disconnected for truck maintenance. (1) Set battery switch in cab to OFF (2) Open battery compartment; battery compartment   is   located   on   left   hand   side   of truck to the rear of the drivers door. (3) Hold  back  latch  on  right  hand  side  of  battery rack and pull rack forward (4) Remove   all   positive   leads   from   the   positive terminals of the batteries (5) Remove    all  negative  leads  from  the  negative terminals of the batteries. (6) If    batteries    are    not    being    replaced,    just disconnected,    lift    up    all    leads    and    slide    a suitable piece of plywood, hard board, or plastic sheet  between  the  top  of  the  batteries  and  the leads.    If  necessary  the  rack  can  be  pushed  in and the compartment door closed (7) Tie a label to the door handle to explain why the batteries  are  disconnected  and  who  is  working on the truck. Change 6  4-457

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