Table 5-3. Direct and General Support Maintenance Troubleshooting (Continued)
TEST OR INSPECTION
ENGINE DOES NOT START BUT TURNS OVER (Continued)
Figure 5-40. Condenser Test
c. Connect the negative (-) meter lead to the side of the condenser and the positive (+) meter lead to the
If the meter reads below infinity the condenser is ok. Go to Step 9.
If the meter reads at infinity and remains there, replace the condenser. Go to Step 8e.
d. Tap the condenser lightly. If the meter fluctuates, there are loose connections inside the condenser.
If there are no loose connections, go to Step 9.
If there are loose connections, replace the condenser and go to Step 8e.
e. Start the engine.
If the engine starts the problem is solved.
If the engine does not start, go to Step 9.
Step 9. Check the fuel tank valve and fuel line.
BE ALERT to disconnect the ground cable from the battery before performing maintenance on the
fuel tank assembly. Spilled gasoline will be ignited by a spark.