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44.  TRAILER BLACKOUT TAILLIGHTS DO NOT OPERATE
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44.  TRAILER BLACKOUT TAILLIGHTS DO NOT OPERATE (CONT) - TM-9-2320-364-20-2_778
TM 9-2320-364-20-2      2-1553 (1)   Set multimeter select switch to volts dc. (2)   Connect positive (+) multimeter lead to connector MC15, terminals A, C, and H. (3)   Connect negative (–) multimeter lead to known good ground. (4)   Turn on BLACKOUT LIGHTS selector switch (TM 9-2320-364-10). (5)   Turn on BLACKOUT MARKER lights switch. (6)   Observe multimeter. (a)   If 22 to 28 vdc are not present at all of these terminals, perform Steps (7) through (9) below and go to Step 2 of this Fault. (b)   If 22 to 28 vdc are not present at any one of these terminals, perform Steps (7) through (9) below and repair wire 1680C at connector MC15 and wire splices at connector MC25 wire (see schematic Fig 2-35) or notify DS Maintenance. (c)   If 22 to 28 vdc are present, perform Steps (7) through (9) below and go to Trailer Troubleshooting (TM 9-2330-385-14). (7)   Turn OFF ENGINE switch. (8)   Turn off BLACKOUT LIGHTS selector switch. (9)   Turn off BLACKOUT MARKER lights switch. 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.

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