TEST OR INSPECTION
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (cont)
19. NO BATTERY CURRENT.
Step 1. Check to see if battery cable connectors are loose,
disconnected, or corroded.
Notify unit maintenance to install disconnected connectors or
tighten loose connectors. If connectors are corroded, notify
20. FUEL LEVEL GAGE FAILS TO REGISTER.
Check to see if there is fuel in the fuel tank.
Refuel earner; M132A2, M106A2, M1064, M125A2, M1059
(page 2-186) and M577A2, M1068 (page 4-35).
Check to see if MASTER SWITCH is in OFF position.
Turn MASTER SWITCH ON (page 2-163).
Check for disconnected or faulty fuel quantity gage lead.
Connect disconnected lead. If lead is faulty, notify unit
21. WITH MASTER SWITCH ON, MASTER SWITCH ON INDICATOR
LIGHT DOES NOT COME ON.
Lamp may be burned out or there are loose connections in
the lamp leads.
If battery gage shows normal reading (page 2-80) and other
electrical equipment and lights are operating properly, lamp
is faulty. You can drive carrier, but be sure to turn MAS-
TER SWITCH OFF when you shut down carrier. Notify unit
maintenance of faulty lamp.
Check battery indicator gage to see if batteries are dead.
Check for faulty or loose battery connectors.
Notify unit maintenance to tighten loose battery cable
connectors. If you have to operate carrier with dead batter-
ies, tow start (page 2-253) or use outside power source
(page 2-174) to start the engine. Notify unit maintenance.