(for Blackout Lighting Control Switch)
Carrier warning/indicator lights are all blackout-safe,
and are therefore not controlled by the Blackout
identified above are the only other circuits that are
enabled in the specified conditions: All other circuits
With Blackout Lighting Control Switch (16) in the OFF
position (i.e., all carrier lighting circuits disabled), the
backup alarm and the carrier backup/ superstructure
driving light circuits are enabled from the
superstructure cab only.
The carrier backup/
superstructure driving lights can be turned on by
placing the DRIVE/PANEL Light Switch (52, Figure 5-
on position. The backup alarm will sound
only when the superstructure Transmission Shift
Lever (48) is placed in one of the R (reverse)
With the blackout lighting control switch in either
Normal mode position, the carrier backup/
superstructure driving lights will be controlled by the
position of the carrier Transmission Shift Lever (6,
Figure 5-1) regardless
of what position (on
or off) the
superstructure cab DRIVE/PANEL Light Switch (52,
on if the carrier transmission lever is placed in one of
the R (reverse) positions and off when in N (neutral)
or in one of the F (forward) positions.
When the blackout lighting control switch is in either
blackout mode position, all power to the
superstructure functions is disabled including the
WATER TEMPerature Gauge (17). The gauge is located on the middle left side of the
front console panel. The gauge receives a signal from a sending unit in the engine coolant
system and indicates the engine temperature on a dual scale calibrated from 100 to 280 F
and 38 to 138 C.
Left Turn Signal Indicator (18). The indicator is located on the upper left of the front
console panel. The indicator lights when the Turn Signal Lever (15, Figure 5-1) is
positioned for a left turn.
Transmission OIL TEMPerature Gauge (19). The gauge is located on the upper left side
of the front console panel. The gauge indicates transmission oil temperature as sensed by
a transducer in the transmission oil lines. Indication is on a dual scale which is graduated
from 160 to 320 F and 60 to 160 C.