Table 3-4. Troubleshooting
TEST OR INSPECTION
1. STARTER FAILS TO CRANK ENGINE OR CRANKS TOO SLOWLY
Check to see if the remote-local switch is in the wrong position. Refer to figure
If the switch is in the wrong position, simply push it to the desired mode of operation (local
or remote). If switch is already in the correct mode of operation, go on to Step 2.
Check visually for built up corrosion on battery terminals. Move cables slightly to see if they are
loose. Refer to fig. 3-1 and tighten connections.
Refer to paragraph 2-2, figures 2-7 and 2-8.
Slave receptacle is to be used when extra cranking power is required for starting unit.
Other methods are not authorized!
Be sure that wire brush does not short across terminals or from positive terminal to
If corrosion is present use a soda and water solution to remove the corrosion, then
clean terminals with a wire brush.
Check K4 relay (fig. 1-7) and/or receptacle for broken wiring or loose connections.
Report to organizational maintenance.