WIRING - CONTINUED
REPAIR - CONTINUED
1. Wire (1)
Remove, trimming away harness covering
or electrical tape (3), and cut wire (1)
one to two inches (25.39 to 50.80 mm) on
both sides of damage using diagonal
If wire (1) is a lead wire,
refer to the removal task for the
unit (4) to which it is attached, and
disconnect. (Use only those steps
required to reach and disconnect
wire (1)). Measure damaged sec-
tion, and using diagonal cutting
pliers, cut out.
New end (5)
a. If the new ends (5) will not reach,
measure and cut the needed length
from wire stock of the same gage and
color code using diagonal cutting
b. Strip 1/2-inch (12.69 mm) of insulation
from wire ends (5) using wire strip-
pers, and fold back onto casing (6).
3. Wires (1) and (2)
New ends (5)
a. If a new length of wire (2) is being
added, place connector (7) in line
into place using crimping tool.
b. Place terminal (8) onto wire (2) if
needed, and crimp into place using
c. Wrap new connection tightly with
electrical tape (3).
d. If wire (1) was disconnected from an
electrical unit (4), refer to the
replacement task for the unit (4) and
reconnect. (Use only the steps
needed to replace wire (2)).