5.22 MINIATURE RELAY MAINTENANCE.
This task covers:
General Mechanics Tool Kit
(item 2, appendix B)
Automotive Fuel and Electrical System Repair, Tool Kit
(item 3, appendix B)
Generator Set 150 kW shut down,
(item 10, appendix E)
Disconnect the negative battery cable first and then the positive bat-
tery terminal cables. Failure to observe this warning could result in se-
vere personal injury or death.
Tag all cables prior to removal to ensure correct connection of the cables
Open flap (2, figure 5-38) on unit hood assembly (1).
Open front panel (4) of control cabinet assembly (3) and secure with prop (5).
N O T E
Removal procedure for miniature relay K103 (6), K104 (7), K111 (9) is
the same as for miniature relay K105 (8), described below.
Remove miniature relay K105 (8):
a. Pull miniature relay K105 (8) out of relay socket (12).
Remove relay socket (12) from miniature relay K105 (8):
a. Remove screws (15), serrated lock washers (14), and washers (13) from clips (10) on mounting
b. Pull the four relay sockets (12) forward.
c. Hold onto the relay sockets and pull each relay socket forward.
Note correct labeling and position and remove cables (17) with flat connectors (16) from relay sock-
a. Slide a screwdriver between relay socket (12) and flat connector (16) from above, and push
down snap-in hooks (18).
b. Pull cable (17) with flat connector (16) downward out of relay socket (12).