GENERAL MAINTENANCE INFORMATION.
Electrical System Components and Wiring.
(14) Harness routing.
Routed harness and branches should not be lying loose against any rough surface that could
cause chafing. Use additional tiedown straps as required to make harness stay in position.
If it is necessary to articulate the vehicle to remove or install wiring harnesses, make sure
harnesses are clear of moving parts which could damage harnesses or equipment.
Do not tighten clamps or install tie wraps on replaced harnesses until entire harness is installed
(15) System testing.
After you install a harness, always test the harness by operating the system it is in.
(16) Anti-chafing sleeves.
Make sure all tubes, hoses and metal-braided electrical cables are protected against chafing (rubbing)
on one another. If they cannot be repositioned, install anti-chafing sleeves (P/N 94835-1 or 94835-2) in the area where
rubbing could occur. In areas where tiedown straps are used to hold metal braided-electrical cables to tubes or hoses,
anti-chafing sleeves will be used as required.