Yeah, now that General Hood has sold out the laminated version, whoever it was that had/would scan them could open the flood gates.
I don't know how you (and the others who faced this issue) pulled it off. Sounds like awful work, and lots of it.I think I was the "lucky" person who first posted about rat damage on the wiring harness as mine was purchased prior to the big flood of SEEs that occurred in the last year. Mine appears to have been eaten by a "civilian rat" rather then the military rats that reside at the Red River Depot. It did start and run. I had 21 gnawed off wires (42 ends) and several partially gnawed wires.
First of all, do you have sufficient air pressure to make the air cylinder work?The next challenge will be to figure out why all wheel drive is not engaging. Page 3-266 in the Tech Manual Vol. 1 helps, but doesn't quite get me there. I hope I don't have to lift the cab.
You should get one of those somewhat rare retroactive mouse traps. I bet peakbagger wish he'd bought one some time ago.I will also invest in a mouse trap to keep on the floorboard