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Place 150 mm (6 inch) of conduit (2) on harness and orange jumper wire routed to switch. Conduit should start at heat shrink of red wire.
Connect the red wire to angled switch contact on right-hand side of the switch. Connect the orange wire to straight switch contact on left-hand side of the switch.
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View of fir tree installation (1) 467-8173 Cable Tie Mounting
Secure cable tie mounting (1) to harness and install in hole.
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View of conduit installation (2) 211-5358 Flexible Conduit (3) 3S-2093 Cable Strap
Secure end of conduit (2) near compressor using cable strap (3) .
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View of harness installation (F) Orange Wire (G) Black Wire
Connect the orange wire terminal (F) to compressor contact on the right. Wire should be routed downwards, as shown in Illustration 8.Connect the black wire terminal (G) to compressor contact on the left. Wire should be routed upwards and loop around, as shown in Illustration 8.
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View of harness routing (3) 3S-2093 Cable Strap
use cable strap (3) to secure orange and black jumper wires to compressor housing.
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View of wiring harness routingNote: Conduit routed down center plate should be positioned behind airline conduit to ensure that wires do not rub on airline conduit.
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View of wiring harness routing
Tie strap harness and airline to center casting.
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View of p-clip installation (B) Bolt (C) P-Clip (2) 211-5358 Flexible Conduit
Install existing p-clip (C) on to harness and secure bolt (B) to casting. Torque bolt (B) to 5 0.5 N m (44 4 lb in). Note: Conduit (2) should extend 114 mm (4.5 inch) past the center of p-clip (C) .
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View of harness routing (3) 3S-2093 Cable Strap
Tie strap harness to back of casting, using cable strap (3) .
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View of suspension at the top of the cycle
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View of suspension going through the mid-range cycle
While the suspension is at the top of the cycle and going through its mid-range cycle, the harness should not rub on other components.
Check harness routing in Step 3 and ensure that harness is in the correct location prior to completing the assembly process.
The harness should be routed as is represented in Illustrations 5 and 7.Seat Suspension Boot and Components Installation
Ensure Harness Assembly and Seat Suspension functions properly.
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View of harness routing
Reinstall Boot and fasteners. Ensure that harness has been routed through hole in suspension boot. The rest of the harness will exit the boot.
Reinstall Seat and Seat Suspension in the machine.
Remove lock out from machine.

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