WIRING HARNESS AND CABLE REPAIR
REPLACEMENT OF CONNECTORS
The remainder of this work package contains procedures for replacement of cable connectors,
male and female plugs and receptacles. Disassemble/assemble the connectors as shown in the
illustration that most closely matches your application.
(TB SIG 222).
When removing more than one wire from a multiple wire receptacle,
record which wire was removed from which pinhole.
Cable identifiers are attached to cables. These tags are embossed with
the cable identification number. Cable identifier numbers are shown
on the systems wiring diagram.
Wire identifiers are embossed with the individual wire number. Wire
identifier numbers are also shown on systems wiring diagram.
If cable or wires are replaced, remove tags from old wire and place
them on new wire.
All pins (male connectors) and sockets (female connectors) are
alphabetically coded. Coded identification starts at connector key or
Pin (male connector) identifying letters run clockwise. Socket (female
connector) identifying letters run counterclockwise.
Do continuity checks upon completion of cable or harness repair.
Rubber-to-rubber contacts of bell-type connectors may be lubricated
lightly with silicone compound MIL-S-8660 (item 34, WP 0173) to
WP 0056 00-12