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DESCRIPTION - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_602
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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ELECTRICAL circuit breaker which can be used to replace fuses on vehicles equipped with a fuse, panel. Figure   3      Fuse   Panel   with   Fuse   Replacement   Type Circuit Breakers Installed Locations  of  circuit  breaker  panels  on  various  model vehicles are shown in this section. Fusible Links A   third   type   of   protective   device   is   the   fusible   link. Fusible  links  are  used  to  protect  the  wiring  harness  in  the event of a short in an unfused circuit. The fusible link consists of a length of light gauge wire. In  case  of  a  short  or  overload,  the  fusible  link  opens  ("burns out")  to  protect  the  rest  of  the  circuit.    Repair  consists  of splicing a new fusible link into the circuit. Locations  of  fusible  links,  where  used,  are  shown  on the wiring circuit diagram covering the vehicle involved. FUSE PANEL AND CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL LOCATIONS Illustrated below are locations of fuse panels or circuit breaker panels on various vehicle models.  Some heavy duty vehicles  are  equipped  with  both  a  fuse  panel  and  a  circuit breaker panel. Vehicles  may  have  additional  secondary  or  accessory circuits  not  routed  through  the  fuse  or  circuit  breaker  panel. Such   circuits   are   protected   by   "in   line"   fuses   or   remote mounted circuit breakers in the current feed wiring.  Refer to vehicle circuit diagrams for fuse or circuit breaker locations. Scout II The  fuse  panel  on  Scout  II  vehicles  is  located  at  the lower  edge  of  the  instrument  panel  to  the  left  of  the  steering column as shown in Figure   4      Figure   4      Fuse   Panel   Location   Scout   II Vehicles 100,   150,   200,   500   Series   and   1600   Thru   1850   Loadstar Series These vehicles have the fuse panel located to the left of the glove compartment and covered by the glove compartment door (see Figure 5). Figure  5    Fuse  Panel  Location  100,  150,  200,  500  and 1600 Thru 1850 Loadstar Vehicles CTS-2672Q  Page 4 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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