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6.  CODE 22:  SPEED SENSOR INOPERATIVE (CONT) - TM-9-2320-364-20-2_88
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6.  CODE 22:  SPEED SENSOR INOPERATIVE (CONT) - TM-9-2320-364-20-2_90
TM 9-2320-364-20-2      2-865 (1)   Remove 15 screws and two ECB covers. (2)   Loosen screw and disconnect connector MC10 at ATEC ECU. (3)   Disconnect connector MC20 at transmission speed sensor. (4)   Set multimeter select switch to ohms. (5)   Is there continuity on wire 112 between connector MC20, terminal B and harness connector MC10, terminal 1L? (a)   If there is no continuity, repair wire 112 (see schematic Fig 2-22) or notify DS Maintenance. (b)   If there is continuity, wire 112 is OK. (6)   Is there continuity on wire 113 between connector MC20, terminal A and harness connector MC10, terminal 1M? (a)   If there is no continuity, repair wire 113 (see schematic Fig 2-22) or notify DS Maintenance. (b)   If there is continuity, wire 113 is OK. (7)   Connect connector MC10 to ATEC ECU and tighten screw. (8)   Install two ECB covers and 15 screws. CONTINUITY 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

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