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Fig.  7  Removing Electrically Actuated Water Temperature Gauge
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 INSTRUMENTS Fig.  3   Removing Wiring Harness Connector 4. Press down on quick-connect spring clasp (Fig.  4) and disconnect  flexible  cables  from  back  of  speedometer and tachometer. 5. Unscrew  air  or  vacuum  lines  from  fittings  (Fig.    5)  on back of air or vacuum gauges.  Two gauges are used with  air  braked  trucks  --one  gauge  only  with  vacuum (hydraulic) braked trucks. 6. Instrument cluster assembly is now free to be removed from instrument panel. Fig.  4  Releasing Speedometer and Tachometer Cable Fig.  5 Removing Air or Vacuum Lines Remove Instrument Cluster Components If   it   is   desired   that   individual   components   are   to   be removed, procedure is as follows: 1. With    the    four    cluster    mounting    screws    removed, remove  a  fifth  mounting  screw  front  center  of  cluster bezel and detach bezel (Fig.  6). Fig.  6  Removing Instrument Cluster Bezel 2. Individual  gauges  can  now  be  removed  by  loosening gauge  mounting  screws  as  required.    All  electrically actuated gauges (Fig.  7) are removed from front and have plug-in spring loaded connections.  Speedometer and tachometer (Fig.  8) are also front serviceable and can   be   removed   from   cluster   without   disconnecting cables.  (If cables are to be removed, these are quick- disconnect from rear of cluster.) CTS-2735  Page 4 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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