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TM 9-2320-364-20-2      2-1055 (1)   Remove two screws and heat shield from DDEC ECM. (2)   Disconnect power harness connector MC17 from DDEC ECM with connector remover. (3)   Connect positive (+) multimeter lead to wires 241 at DDEC ECM power connector, terminals A and B one at a time. (4)   Connect negative (–) multimeter lead to a known good ground. (a)   If 10 to 14 vdc are not present, repair wires 241 (see schematic Fig 2-3) or notify DS Maintenance. (b)   If 10 to 14 vdc are present, go to Step (5) below. (5)   Connect positive (+) multimeter lead to wires 240, terminals E and F one at a time. (a)   If 10 to 14 vdc are not present, repair wires 240 (see schematic Fig 2-3) or notify DS Maintenance. (b)   If 10 to 14 vdc are present, wires 240 are OK.  Go to Step (6) below. (6)   Connect power harness connector MC17 to DDEC ECM. (7)   Install heat shield and two mounting screws. VOLTAGE TEST Remove all jewelry such as rings, dog tags, bracelets, etc.  If jewelry or tools contact positive electrical circuits, a direct short may result.  Damage to equipment, injury or death to personnel may occur. Circuit breakers CB5, CB6, CB12, CB20, CB22, CB23 and relays R3, R13 - R19, R26, R28, R32, R33 are always electrically hot and can cause severe injury to personnel.  Care must be exercised when working under the electrical circuit board cover.

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