M2/M3 BFV: HULL POWER DIST SYSTEM - OD1606 - LESSON 2/TASK 2
Item 7 of the troubleshooting procedure asks SGT Haskell the
SGT Haskell looks
at the scale on the multimeter and observes that the voltage reading
is 22 volts.
After SGT Haskell makes the determination that
measurement is greater than 17 volts, he then places the MASTER POWER
switch to the OFF position and reconnects plug 1W4P1 to jack 2AJ2.
Once the plug has been reconnected, SGT Haskell manually traverses
the turret to 6400 ails and then reinstalls the TURRET STEP FLOOR
PLATE following the procedures on page 4-3 of TM 9-2350-252-20-2-1.
SGT Haskell has completed the troubleshooting procedures for this
All that remains to be done is for his to
gather up tools and test equipment that were brought out to the
vehicle and to write up DA Form 2404 stating that the turret BACK UP
PWR indicator light is defective and needs to be replaced.
In troubleshooting pathway two, we will
faulty vehicle distribution box.
The procedure described below is being used as an
The test results described in this
pathway are not the only results possible when
Always follow the directions in the TM for the
actual test results obtained when troubleshooting
on the vehicle.
After completing the troubleshooting procedures for the faulty turret
BACK UP PWR indicator light, SGT Haskell is assigned, by the motor
sergeant, to troubleshoot another BFV for a possible defective
SGT Haskell once again gathers the necessary tools and equipment, and
ensures that the vehicle has been set up according to the INITIAL
Once the INITIAL SETUP procedures are done, he
places the MASTER POWER switch to the ON position and checks the
volts gage for a reading.