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OK. The next step is to see why we have no voltage on the B2 and B3 wires. Those wires run back up to the Special relay box. The SP relay box is the box inside the rear right door, with about a hundred canon plugs on it. You need to see if all the plugs are on straight, and tight. If all the plugs are on tight and straight, then we need to pull that box out. Open it up, and see if the A5 card is there, (its marked on the wall where its mounted). Then we need to see if the three relays are attached to the card. Look at the front and back of the card for burn marks.Morning!
The light bulbs are found in TM9-6115-464-24P, PDF reader page number 32-33. Figure 7, item 9. NSN 6240-00-155-7836, part number MS25237-327.
There are about 25 other NSN's and Part numbers, if you look hard enough. But no need. I plugged in the NSN in the big sale site. The prices are eye openers. Then I plugged in the part number, and found 10 bulbs for 3.00 bucks. If you want the list of canceled NSN's and Part numbers I can provide it. Great stuff for a long winter night. The list of suppliers is also as long as a Texas road. Almost all, were large company's, that simply bought from OSRAM.
I am fairly sure that the wire from the low oil pressure goes from the sender to the SP Relay box. If there is a problem in the SP relay box, it could and can affect other things.
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