M2/M3 BFV: FIRE SUPPRESSION SYST - OD1607 - LESSON 2/TASK 1
SELECT to 60 and press and release the TEST button.
The VEH ID
(vehicle identification) should appear on the display. If the VEH ID
does not appear on the display, it will be necessary to troubleshoot
the VTM for this symptom.
When this occurs, the procedures for
troubleshooting the VTM for this malfunction can be found in TM 9-
These procedures will not be covered in this
(8) Dial TEST SELECT to 16 and press and release the TEST
Then dial the TEST SELECT to 61 and press and release the
If 16 does not appear on the VTM display, the VTM is
faulty. Troubleshooting procedures for this condition can be found,
when needed, in TM 9-4910-751-14-1. They will not be covered in this
(9) Dial TEST SELECT to 62, then press and release the TEST
button. If DCA3 does not appear on the VTM display, troubleshoot the
VTM for this malfunction using the procedures in TM 9-4910-751-14-1.
(10) If all the tests on the VTM deliver proper displays, return
to the troubleshooting task being performed.
b. Hook Up to DCA 13. The procedures for hooking the VTM up to
DCA 13 on the distribution box are similar:
(1) Remove the VTM and cable W1 from the transit case (refer to
figure 21 on page 31). Move the STE-M1/FVS equipment to the vehicle.
(2) Install plug WIP1 on VTM jack J1 (refer to figure 22 on
(3) Install plug W1P2 on the vehicle distribution box jack
1A1J15 (DCA 13)(figure 25 on the following page). To do this, remove
the cap from jack 1A1J15 (DCA 13) and install plug W1P2 on the jack.
(4) Move the MASTER POWER switch to the ON position.