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    This is actually a duplicate post to one I put up in the HMMWV forum but I thought I would put it here in Electrical also. This is a link repost about what those little number tags in your wiring are meant to tell you. For you new guys getting involved for the first time I hope it helps answer some of your questions:

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    http://olive-drab.com/od_mseries_circuits.php

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    I wanted a handy version to keep with my truck, so I put the info into a one-sheet PDF. I'll post it here for everyone... I take no credit, this is just a consolidation of the information in the link above.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/otn754z9hkd2rlx/M-Series%20Electrical%20Circuit%20Numbers.pdf?dl=0
    1990 M923A2 - Barstow, CA

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    The page formatting doesn't allow the entire sheet to be printed. It's a great resource, could you please check it?

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    I increased the margins, let me know if that helps.
    1990 M923A2 - Barstow, CA

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    Have you seen the new heat shrink solder sleeves that have a solder ring inside that melts and joins the wires and then the adhesive lined shrink melts down and creates a waterproof seal? I found then on Everybody Bids Against You but they're on Amazon too.

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    We have been using them for several years here in Germany. This is truly a fine way to get the job done.

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