ARMY TM 9-6115-464-34
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-445-2
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-624-34
Place BATTLE SHORT switch in OFF position.
The AC circuit breaker indicator light should stay lit and the electric fuel pumps should
continue to run, indicating that the REMOTE BATTLE SHORT is operational.
(2) Remote stop function.
This test should be conducted immediately after testing the remote battIe short
function. Test leads and generator set controls and switches should not be changed.
The circuit breaker indicator light must be lit and the fuel pumps must be operating
before continuing this test.
Connect another test lead from negative terminal of generator set battery to pin J of connector J1
Connect another test lead from positive terminal of generator set battery to pin H of connector J1
The AC circuit breaker indicator light should go out and the fuel pumps should stop
operating, indicating that the REMOTE STOP is operational.
Disconnect test leads from connector J1 and generator set battery.
Return START-RUN-STOP switch to STOP position.
(3) Low Fuel Monitoring Function.
If generator set main fuel tank has never been filled, disconnect fuel level sensor
electrical connector and ground this connector lead to generator set chassis before
conducting this test.
Disconnect fuel level sensor electrical connector (2, figure 5-27) at main fuel tank.
Place STARTRUN-STOP switch in RUN position.
Place BATTLE SHORT switch in ON position. Fuel pumps start to run, fuel gauge should register
Connect test leads of ohmmeter to pins E and M on connector J1 (8, figure 5-25). Ohmmeter
should indicate continuity.
Ground fuel level sensor connector to generator set chassis. Ohmmeter should read infinity (i.e.,
open circuit) and FUEL LEVEL gauge should indicate EMPTY.
This test indicates that the low fuel monitoring function is operational.