Table 2-4. Electrical Troubleshooting (Cont)
TEST OR INSPECTION
14. SLAVE RECEPTACLE INOPERATIVE
Check battery and cables. (See Electrical Troubleshooting malfunction #5)
Inspect slave receptacle and cables for corrosion or damage. Check for loose
connections at positive terminal board terminal, negative terminal board terminal,
and at receptacle. Check for continuity through
DO NOT use solvents or cleaners of any kind
receptacle. Only use water. Failure to follow this
damage to slave receptacle.
If slave receptacle is corroded, remove
receptacle and receptacle cables.
when cleaning slave
caution may result in
(see paragraph 4-40),
rinse with water. Dry thoroughly and check again for continuity.
If there is no continuity, replace. (See paragraph 4-40)
If there is continuity, install; replace any cables that do not have
(See paragraph 4-40)
GLOW PLUG SYSTEM
Glow plug system cycling can be detected by Iistening for clicking at glow
plug relay or by observing voltmeter. Indicator should be to the left of the
normal range during cycling and return to normal range after cycling.
15. GLOW PLUG MODULE INOPERATIVE
The only way to determine if your glow plug module is operating properly is
through testing. The glow plug module should not be replaced until the
following tests are performed.
Disconnect pink wire from fuel injector pump. Remove printed circuit board from
glow plug module. Check each circuit to the glow plug module as described. Trace
any circuit that does not operate properly. (See wiring diagram F-7 or F-8) If all
circuits operate properly, replace glow plug module. (See paragraph 4-8)