INTRODUCTION TO HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTINGContinued
Here is the STE/ICE test procedure. It will give you more steps to find the fault. Before you begin, make sue you have all the
items in the INITIAL SETUP. Do all the steps in the procedure. After you do the steps, go back to where you left off i n the
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.
This is where you left off i n the troubleshooting task. Answer the question in step 2. The answer to question depends on what
you found when you did the STE/ICE test procedure. In this sample, let us say the test shows 22 volts. So the answer to the
question, Does test read 22 volts or more? is YES. Follow the YES arrow t o the next block.
2. Does VTM read 22 volts or more?
1. Clean, inspect, or replace carrier
batteries (see your-10).
2. Verify no faults found.