Using the same criteria you used for the wire harness, you can
determine the gender of the pin connectors on the power
distribution box. However, since the pin connectors attach to
the component, they have a "J" designation.
You should find
that connectors J1, J2, and J3 have male pins connectors, and
J5 and J6 have female pin connectors.
Inside the hull distribution box you find test points, bus
strips, contacts, relay winding terminals, and circuit
breakers. You must remember the diagram may not show all the
component in the assembly on the same sheet.
For example, the unit level schematic diagram shows the
contacts K1A and K1B and the relay coil that controls them on
the same sheet.
If you examine the hull distribution box
enclosure again, you find sheet 4 of the diagram does not show
the relay coils. Go to the relay index (sheet 2) and find the
relay designations K1A and K1B. The relay index tells you the
location of the relay coil, sheet 6. Looking at sheet 6, you
find the relay coil, located in another enclosure marked hull
Hull Networks Box Enclosure. Wire harnesses 2W101 and 2W103-9
connect the hull distribution and the hull networks boxes.
Using the same criteria as you did before, you can determine
the gender of the pin connectors, number of connectors, and
type of outer coating on the wire harnesses.
At the bottom of the hull networks enclosure, you find that
wire harness 2W104P1 connects the hull networks box and has
find and sheet number circles at the other end. The top half
of the circle gives the find number, and the bottom half gives
the sheet number on which the circuit continues.
These circular find symbols indicate you must find numbers 13,
14, and 15 on sheet 5 of this diagram to continue to trace the
When you go to sheet 5 you locate the find number
circles with the numbers 13, 14, and 15 in the top half;
however, the bottom half of the find circle now has the sheet
number you just came from, in this case sheet 4.
words, when you go to sheet 5 to continue tracing the circuit,
you must locate the find circles with the number 13, 14, and
15 in the top half, and the number 4 in the bottom half.