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Fig.  1    S-Series Instruments (Typical*)
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Fig.  3   Removing Wiring Harness Connector
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 INSTRUMENTS DESCRIPTION SYSTEM Instruments  used  on  S-Series  trucks  include  voltmeter, fuel   gauge,   oil   pressure   gauge,   water   temperature   gauge, speedometer,  tachometer  and  air  or  vacuum  gauges,  plus  oil, water, brake and power divider lock warning lights. All of the aforementioned instruments are located on the instrument  panel  in  a  demountable  instrument  cluster  (Fig.    1) directly  in  front  of  the  driver.    Gauges  and  panel  lights  of  the cluster   are   connected   to   the   vehicle   electrical   system   by   a flexible printed circuit.  Optional gauges for such other items as engine   oil   temperature,   transmission   oil   temperature,   hour meter,  etc.    are  located  to  the  right  of  heater  controls  in  a separate panel.  Optional gauges are wired independent of the printed circuit. INSTRUMENT CLUSTER The   instrument   cluster   is   a   reliable,   quick   disconnect package for the most commonly used instruments.  Should the need arise, cluster body can be quickly detached from the instrument panel for quick access to any of its  components.    Either  the  complete  cluster  assembly  or  its components can be replaced. CAUTION Always   disconnect   battery   negative   (ground) cable  before  servicing  instrument  cluster  or  its components. Remove Complete Cluster 1. Unscrew the four cluster mounting screws. 2. Tilt  or  lift  out  cluster  assembly  from  instrument  panel (Fig.  2). 3. Pull  wiring  harness  connector  from  printed  circuit  on back of cluster assembly (Fig.  3). Fig.  2  Removing Instrument Cluster Legend for Fig.  2 Key Description 1 BEZEL, Instrument Cluster 2 CLUSTER, Assembly 3 PANEL, Instrument 4 NUT, Spring 8-18 5 CONNECTOR, Wiring Harness Key Description 6 CABLE, Tachometer 7 CABLE, Speedometer 8 HOSE, Air Pressure 9 SCREW, Mounting #8-18 x 2-1/4 CTS-2735  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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