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TM5-4210-229-14&P Section VI.  MAINTENANCE OF CAB ASSEMBLY, LIGHT, SWITCHES, GAUGES, CONTROLS AND INDICATORS Para. Cab Assembly, Lights, Switches, Gauges, Controls and Indicators Replacement ....................................................... 5-16 Cab Panels Replacement........................................................................................................................................... 5-17 Cab Panels Repair ..................................................................................................................................................... 5-18 General .....................................................................................................................................................................  5-15 5-15. GENERAL This section contains information on the maintenance of the cab assembly, lights, switches, gauges, controls, and indicators that are maintainable at the Direct Support level. 5-16. CAB ASSEMBLY, LIGHTS, SWITCHES, GAUGES, CONTROLS, AND INDICATORS REPLACEMENT. This task covers: a.  Removal b.  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Safety Instructions General Mechanics Tool Kit Engine OFF. Hoist and Sling Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. Battery selector switch off. Batteries disconnected. Equipment Condition Para. Condition Description 4-66 Radiator Drained 4-59 Deaeration Tank Removed 4-63 Heater Hoses Disconnected At Cab Connections Personnel Required:  4 4-73 Accelerator Linkage Disconnected 4-83 Batteries Removed 4-106 Speedometer Cable Disconnected At Dash 4-123 Grille Removed 4-147 Cab Electrical Connections Disconnected 4-148 Chassis Electrical Connections Disconnected 4-157 Shift Control Lever Removed 4-160 Transfer Case Shift Lever Removed 4-189 Steering Coupling Disconnected REMOVAL a. Remove the rear mounting hardware which hold the cab to the chassis. b. Remove  the  front  mounting  hardware  holding  the cab to the chassis. When  lifting  an  object,  make  sure  the  hoist  and sling   are   fastened   securely.      Be   sure   the   item being  lifted  does  not  exceed  the  capacity  of  the lifting device. 5-38

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