7-11. REPLACEMENT OF J1, J2, J3, OR J4 CONNECTOR. Continued
f. Connector terminals
Use soldering kit. Solder wires to correct
terminals of connector. If necessary,
Ensure each wire
slide insulation sleeving down over
Iation sleeving on
connection, and apply heat to it until it
essary, and each
it if nec-
shrinks tight around the connection.
placed through mounting
hole in connector case
(12). While soldering wires,
attach heat sink to bare
wire between insulation
sleeving and terminal.
Before and after soldering,
clean wires and terminals
with cotton swabs and
g. Tiedown straps (13)
Replace any tiedown straps (13) that
h. Eight screws (5)
Use cross tip screwdriver. Install and
and Iockwashers (6)
hand tighten eight screws (5) and
Iockwashers (6) securing access
cover (1) to connector case (12).
Use torque screwdriver. Torque
screws to 8 to 10 in-lb.
If a screw is not stripped
but will not tighten, refer
to paragraph 7-16 for re-
placement of its threaded
screw insert (if present).
If a tapped hole is defec-
tive, refer to paragraph
7-10 for replacement of
the connector case. (12).
7-12. REPLACEMENT OF J5 CONNECTOR.
Flat tip screwdriver
Paragraph 7-16 for removal and installation of threaded screw inserts.
a. Electrical connector
Set on work surface with J5 connector
(16) toward you. See figure 7-2.