Cut red wire (3) to appropriate length, remove approximately 3/8" of insulation from the
end of wire, and feed wire through the empty terminal of the 15A in-line fuse holder (5).
Crimp terminal (6) onto end of red wire (3), push terminal (6) into 15A in-line fuse holder
Put dielectric grease on connector terminals, insert 15A fuse (7) into terminals in fuse
holder (5), and place cover (8) on fuse holder (5).
Cut brown wire (4) to appropriate length, remove approximately 3/8" of insulation from
the end of wire, and crimp spade terminal (9) onto end of brown wire (4).
Do not connect the brown wire (4) to the negative battery cable terminal
at this time. This should only be connected after all other connections
have been made and installation is complete.
Electrical Connections Seven Day Timer. (Refer To Figures J-10 and J-14.) Route and connect
the seven day timer wiring as follows:
Locate the seven day timer wiring cable and route the cable from the coolant heater,
through vent opening of rear cowl on engine compartment hood, into engine
compartment, and downward along left hand side of transmission. Route along
underside of frame toward front of crane. Route over top of front outrigger frame and
through hole for other electrical cabling and heater hoses located at the center front of
the outrigger frame (in between crane carrier tie-downs). Route cable toward cab wiring
access hole located near the center front underside of crane, directly below right hand
side of dash in the carrier cab. Insert cabling through the access hole into lower right
hand corner of the carrier cab. Use tie wraps to secure cable in the appropriate
Remove plastic plug from access hole in right hand side of the dash panel in the carrier
Drill a 5/16" hole in the center of the plastic plug.
Route cable from floor up through dash, through access hole in right hand side of the
dash panel, and through the hole in the plastic plug. Reinstall plastic plug in access
Route cable (5, Figure J-10) to seven day timer (4) mounting location, cut cable (5) to
appropriate length and remove approximately 1" of outer insulation from the end of the
wiring. Remove approximately 3/8" of insulation from the end of the four wires.
Cut a piece of brown jumper wire (6) 2-3" in length from the excess cabling cut in Step e
above and strip approximately 3/8" of insulation from both ends of the jumper wire (6).