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TM 5-4210-229-14&P 4-108.  CONTROL SWITCHES AND GAUGES REPLACEMENT. This task covers: a.  Removal b.  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Materials/Parts Switches and Gauges as required (Appendix E, Figure 75) Equipment Condition Para.   Equipment Description 4-106 Cluster Assembly Removed General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. REMOVAL a.  Air gauge removal. NOTE Air gauges are mounted to a common bracket and are removed as an assembly from the cluster assembly. (1) Disconnect air lines (1) from fittings on rear of air gauges (2). (2) Remove two air gauge mounting assembly screws (3) and remove gauge assembly. b.  Control switches removal. (1) Remove four mounting screws (4) and remove panel (5) from dash panel. (2) Remove two screws (6) and remove circuit board from the panel (5). (3) Tag and remove wires from switches. (4) Depress switch retainers and remove switches. c.  Gauge removal. NOTE This procedure is typical for the following gauges: WATER TEMPERATURE GAUGE, (7), OIL PRESSURE GAUGE (8), VOLTMETER (9), TACHOMETER (10), and FUEL GAUGE (11). (1) Remove two mounting screws (12). (2) Remove gauge (13). INSTALLATION a.  Air gauge installation. NOTE Air gauges are mounted to a common bracket and are removed as an assembly from the cluster assembly.  Use non-hardening sealant (Appendix D, Item 45) on fitting threads. (1) Position air gauge assembly to cluster assembly and secure with mounting screws (3). (2) Reconnect air lines (1) to fittings on rear of air gauges (2). (3) Install cluster assembly (paragraph 4-106). b.  Control switches installation. (1) Insert switch into circuit board and install control wires. (2) Position circuit board on panel (5) and secure with two screws (6). (3) Position panel (5) onto dash and secure with four mounting screws (4). c.  Gauge installation. NOTE This procedure is typical for the following gauges: WATER TEMPERATURE GAUGE (7), OIL PRESSURE GAUGE (8), VOLTMETER (9), TACHOMETER (10), and FUEL GAUGE (11). (1) Position gauge (13) to cluster assembly. (2) Secure with mounting screws (12). (3) Install cluster assembly (paragraph 4-106). 4-121

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