ARMY TM 9-280-262-14
AIR FORCE TO 38G2-90-1
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-613-14E
Table 4-2. Unit Troubleshooting Procedures (cont).
Test or Inspection
Step 7. Test condenser as follows:
The procedures to test the condenser are the same for both condensers. Perform the
test on one condenser then repeat the procedures for second condenser.
Turn engine over so that breaker points (para. 4-49, figure 4-50) are in open position.
Connect positive lead of multimeter to condenser terminal lead.
Set multimeter to highest resistance setting and zero meter.
Connect second lead of muitimeter to ground while observing meter.
If meter shows a deflection, then goes to infinity, then go to next step.
If no deflection occurs or does not go to infinity after deflection, relate condenser
If meter doesnt return to infinity, remove connection between points and condenser and
retest. If deflection occurs, replace points (para. 4-49).
Step 8. Check breaker points,
This engine is equipped with two sets of points, perform the test on both sets.
Turn engine over so that breaker points (para. 4-49, figure 4-50) close.
Connect one lead of multimeter to condenser terminal.
Set multimeter to lowest resistance setting and zero meter.
Connect seoond lead of multimeter to ground while observing meter.
If meter shows full scale deflection, go to next step. If no deflection or partial deflection
occurs, then replace breaker point (para. 4-49).
Step 9. Check fuel flow out of fuel filter.
Service fuel filter if fuel does not flow (para. 4-13).