INTRODUCTION TO HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTINGContinued
STE-ICE Test Procedure
A STE/ICE test procedure will tell you how to use the STE/ICE test equipment. You may be directed to go to a STE/ICE test
procedure when performing the troubleshooting procedures. The parts of a STE/ICE test procedure are given below.
STE/ICE TEST 67 BATTERY VOLTAGE
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS:
Test (page 0124 00-1).
Unit Mech 63T10
Engine stopped (see your -10)
Vehicle blocked (see your -10)
STE/ICE hooked up to DCA 6 (WP 0117 00)
1. Select TEST 67.
2. Press and release TEST button.
Engine off/MASTER SWITCH OFF.
Cranking engine fuel off.
Charging 1100-1300 RPM/service lights on.
21 or more
17 or more
26 to 29.5
a. If display is erratic or shows 0 (v olts), go to: STE/ICE DCA Battery Voltage Diagnostic Troubleshooting
(WP 0142 00).
b. If error message appears, see TM 9-4910-571-12&P.
3. Return to troubleshooting.
Legend to Sample Above
Test number and procedure name.
2 INITIAL SETUP
This tells you the tools, materials/parts, personnel, references, and equipment
conditions needed to do the procedure.
3 STE/ICE HOOK UP
Steps that tell you how to perform the HOOK UP/REMOVE STE/ICE test.
4 TASK STEPS Steps that tell you how to set up and perform the test.
Before you begin, make sure you have all items in the INITIAL SETUP. Do all steps in the test procedure and then return to
where you left off i n troubleshooting task. Continue to follow troubleshooting task instructions tofind and correct the fault.