GENERAL WIRING REPAIR
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS
Group I Terminal Disassembly
Solderless Terminal Replacement
Group I Terminal Assembly
Wire Splicing Using Butt Connectors
Group II Terminal Disassembly
Wire Splicing Using Solder Method
Group II Terminal Assembly
Male Cable Connector Replacement
Female Cable Connector Replacement
Tools and Special Tools
TM 5-3895-379-23P, Figure 218
Shop equipment, common no. 1 (Item 28, WP 0220
Engine off (TM 5-3895-379-10)
Drums chocked (TM 5-3895-379-10)
Battery disconnect switch in OFF position (TM 5-
SOLDERLESS TERMINAL REPLACEMENT
Terminals come in different styles and sizes. To prevent equipment damage, be sure to use only exact
replacements. Do not attempt to modify terminal to fit.
Remove old terminal (1) and trim end of wire (2) as required.
If trimming causes wire to become too short, refer to Wire Splicing Using Butt Connectors or Wire Splicing
Using Solder Method
in this work
Remove insulation (3) from wire (2) and equal to
Be sure all strands of wire are inside termi-
nal when installing terminal to wire.
Install terminal (1) over bare end of wire (2).
Crimp terminal (1) firmly in place.