5-19. Exterior Inspection.
No special inspections are required at AVIM for the assembled hydraulic unit.
5-20. Replacement of Cycle Motor Capacitor.
(See fig. 6-7.) Remove the cover from the capacitor (14) terminals and slide it over the wires
Tag and unclip the wires from the capacitor terminals.
Remove the two screws securing the capacitor to the motor. Remove the capacitor.
Position the replacement capacitor on the motor. Install two screws.
Connect the wires to the capacitor. Remove the tags. Install the cover over the terminals.
Perform an operational check. (Ref para 5-18.)
5-21. Replacement of Cycle Motor and Gearbox.
a. (See fig. 6-7.) Remove crank arm (3). (Ref para 3-13.)
b. Remove the cover from motor capacitor ( 14).
c. Tag and unclip the wires from the capacitor and cut the motor wires near the butt splice.
d. Remove four nuts, spacers, and screws attaching the cycle motor (15) to the bracket. Remove the
cycle motor and gearbox.
Install four screws, four spacers and four nuts through the gearbox. Tighten the nuts.
Remove driver crank (8). (Para 3-14.)
Remove the capacitor from the motor. (Ref para 5-20.)
Install the capacitor on the replacement motor. (Ref para 5-20.)
Install the driver crank on the replacement motor. (Ref para 3- 14.)
Remove four nuts, screws, and spacers from the replacement motor and gearbox.
Position the motor and gearbox on the bracket. Install the four screws, spacers, and nuts.
Splice the motor wires below the panel. Connect the wires to the capacitor. Remove the two tags.
Install the cover.
m. Install the crank arm (Ref para 3-1 3).
n. Perform an operational test. (Ref para 5-18.)
5-22. Hydraulic Unit Panel Removal.
a. (See fig. 1-3, 1-4, and 1-5.) Unlatch the six latches and remove the cover from the hydrauli t unit.
b. Remove dial indicator and post snug 145GS278-9 from the manifold. Store it in the cover.
c. Remove dial indicator post 145GS278-10 from the panel by turning it ccw. Store the post in the
d. Remove manifold assembly 145GS278-11 from the panel. Store the manifold assembly in the