4. Remove circuit 6 lead (1) and circuit 48B
lead (2) as follows:
a. Remove nut (3) circuit 6 lead (1), screw
(4) and circuit 48B lead (2) from battery
terminal lug (5).
b. Remove circuit leads 6 and 48B (1 and 2)
and two grommets (6) from battery box.
c. Loosen nut (7) on screw (8) and remove
terminal lug (5). Use battery terminal
CLEAN, INSPECT, AND REPAIR
5. Clean battery terminal lugs, battery posts,
grounding bracket on hull, and lead
connectors with brush dipped in mixture of
sodium bicarbonate and water. After foaming
stops, flush parts with clean water. Dry with
6. Clean battery terminals and posts with bat-
tery terminal cleaner.
7. Check battery cover. Remove dents. Repair
cracks. Replace cover damaged beyond repair.
8. Check leads. Replace worn leads and
darnaged connectors (page 14-3).
Battery cells can be damaged if the bat-
tery is hooked up incorrectly. Make sure
battery is hooked up correctly.
Install circuit 6 lead (1) and circuit 48B lead
(2) as follows:
a. Install tetial lug (5) on positive (+)
battery post. Secure with screw (8) and
b. Install two new grommets (6) in battery
box. Route circuit 6 lead (1) and 48B (2)
through grommets into battery box.
c. Install screw (4), circuit 48B lead (2) and
circuit 6 lead (1) on terminal lug (6) and
secure with nut (3).