DISCONNECT/CONNECT BATTERY GROUND LEAD
General Mechanics Tool Kit (Item 30, App D)
Battery Terminal Puller (Item 46, App D)
Grease (Item 18, App C)
See your -10
Engine stopped/shutdown (see your -10)
Ramp lowered (see your -10)
and radios and heaters OFF (see your -10)
Battery access (see your -10 page 3-35)
Battery access cover removed M1068 ONLY
W A R N I N G
Gas from batteries can ex-
plode. Ventilate compart-
ment before you disconnect
or connect battery cables.
Battery acid can burn or
blind you. Do not get acid
on your skin or eyes. ALWAYS disconnect
ground lead (circuit 7) first and connect it
Battery posts and cables
touched by metal objects
can short circuit and bum
you. Do not wear jewelry,
necklaces, or watches when
working on the electrical
system. Keep tools - away from posts,
wires, and terminals.
Loosen nut (1) and remove circuit 7 ground
lead and terminal lug (2) from battery post
(3). Use battery terminal puller.
C A U T I O N
Battery cells can be damaged if the bat-
teries are connected incorrectly. Be sure
batteries are connected correctly.
Position circuit 7 ground lead and terminal
lug (2) on battery post (3) and tighten
Coat top of battery post (3) and terminal lug
(2) with grease.
1. Secure battery (see your -10 page 3-35).
3. Raise and lock ramp (see your -10).
2. Start engine (see your -10).
4. Stop/shutdown engine (see your -10).
END OF TASK