Figure 5-13. Anti-ice thermostat wire harness assembly.
(1) If thermostat fails the test in step d above,
c. Cleaning and Inspection.
or connector must be replaced, remove the thermostat
by removing self-clinching cable straps and unsoldering
(1) Clean wire harness with a clean, lint-free
leads from the connector (P99). Cut leads of new
cloth moistened with approved solvent and dry
thermostat to length (fig. 5-13 for approximate lengths).
(2) Solder leads of thermostat(s) in
(2) Inspect for damaged or loose connector
accordance with MIL-S-6872 using solder type
pins. Check for any evidence of burned areas indicating
SN60WRP2 per Fed Spec QQ-S-571.
shorts. Inspect connectors for damaged or stripped
(3) Install new cable straps at three inch
intervals and at cable breakouts.
f. Installation. Install the wire harness assembly in
The thermostats operate through
reverse order of removal procedure.
SPST contacts. TSIO contacts are terminated across
pins A and B of connector P99; TSII contacts are
terminated across pins C and D (fig. 513). Use an
ohmmeter to check that circuits across these pins open
and close at the following ambient temperatures: Open
at 38F 5 on decreasing temperature and close
at 470F + 5on increasing temperature.
disconnect the condenser fans wire harness assembly
by removing lockwires, disconnecting connectors P16,
e. Repair, Replacement and Reassembly.
P17, P43, and P44, then removing four nuts, four
screws, and eight washers from each connector (J16,
J17, J43, and J44).