Do not immerse any electrical component or device in cleaning solvent.
Prior to removal or disassembly of electrical components, clean exterior by scraping off excess oil and dirt.
Wipe clean with a lint-free cloth dampened with cleaning solvent.
Safety glasses must be used when cleaning parts with compressed air.
Clean armatures, coils and solenoids with compressed air and wipe clean with a lint-free cloth dampened
in cleaning solvent.
Wipe electrical terminals clean with a lint-free cloth dampened with cleaning solvent. Use a soldering iron
to clean solder from terminals and connectors.
Gaskets, Seals and O-Rings
Clean all old gasket particles from mating surfaces.
Discard and replace all gaskets, seals, O-rings and felt washers.
5-6. General inspection instructions
General. Perform an inspection of all parts as soon as possible after cleaning.
Visually inspect all machined and polished areas. Use a strong light to shine across polished
surfaces to inspect for scoring, cracks, breaks or excessive wear.
Visually inspect all gears for evidence of metal to metal abrasion, pitting, cracks, breaks, chipped
teeth or excessive wear.
Visually inspect wiring harness and wiring for frayed edges or damaged insulation.
Inspect all electrical parts, such as solenoids, with power applied to observe actual operation.
Dimensional Inspection. Refer to Table 1-1 for minimum, maximum and allowable clearances and perform a
dimensional inspection. Central dimensional inspections must be performed during reassembly of components.