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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS CAUTION A small amount of refrigerant may escape from adapter while low pressure switch is being removed. Installation: 1. Lubricate    threads    of    low    pressure    switch    with refrigerant oil and position switch on adapter. 2. Using two wrenches, tighten low pressure switch. 3. Connect low pressure switch wires to wiring harness. 4. Install covers on heater/evaporator unit and instrument panel. Fig. 55  Removing Low Pressure Switch THERMOSTATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SWITCH Removal: 1. Make sure key switch and A/C lever are "OFF" . 2. Remove cover from right side of instrument panel. 3. Remove cover from heater/evaporator unit. 4. Disconnect  wiring  connectors  (3)  from  thermostatic control switch. IMPORTANT Before  disconnecting  wires,  note  circuit  number  locations  to assure correct reassembly. 5. Remove control cable mounting screw (Fig. 56). 6. Remove thermostatic control switch mounting screws and remove switch from bracket (Fig.  56). Fig. 56  Thermostatic Control Switch Mounting Details 7. Remove  retainer  clip  and  disconnect  control  cable from switch lever. 8. Remove   heater   core   mounting   screws.      (Do   not disconnect hoses from heater core.) Pull heater core outward  to  disengage  mounting  slot.    Move  heater core    down    and    to    the    right.        (This    will    permit withdrawal   of   thermostatic   control   switch   capillary tube from evaporator core. 9. Withdraw  thermostatic  control  switch  capillary  tube from evaporator core (Fig.  57). Fig. 57  Withdrawing Thermostatic Control Switch Capillary Tube from Evaporator Core CTS-2731  Page 38 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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