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Letter No 12

Passenger Car Service Letter - 1963 Series - No 12

Anglia Range
1st February 1963

Wiring Loom Connections

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Service Letter No 13 (Export) 1961 Series, describes how standard wiring loom pliers could be reworked to enable them to "press fully home" the type of snap terminal which has separate connector sleeves.

An additional type of snap connector is now used on certain models in production and this has moulded insulation on the snap terminals and connector sleeves. Although this method of construction reduces the possibility of short circuits should the terminals not be pressed fully home, wiring loom pliers should still be used to ensure correct assembly.

Existing loom pliers, as illustrated in Service Letter No 13 (Export) 1961 Series, may be further modified for the latest connectors by welding or brazing a suitable spade end onto the plier handles, as illustrated in Fig 1

Pliers incorporating the modified ends for both snap type terminals and moulded type terminals can be obtained through normal factors for this type of equipment.


Fig 1. Modified Loom Pliers for Moulded Type Terminals

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A copy of Service Letter No 12 can be downloaded below


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