3967062 THROTTLE GP Caterpillar parts
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Illustration 1. 6V4810 Tool Group.The design of the 6V4810 Tool Group permits the four tools of the group to be placed on top of each other for storage. To prevent the loss of the individual tools, a bead chain is used to keep them together.
The tight fit of the contacts in the connector insulator and the rubber seal make it necessary that a "feel" be developed for the technique required. Because of the small size of the contacts and the tools, especially the smallest contact and the small 6V4812 Insertion Tool, extra care must be used to prevent damage to the tools.
Special Instruction, Form SEHS8038 has all the information needed to remove, repair, make a replacement and change the location of a contact within the connector.
The chart that follows shows which tool to use for the different size contacts.
The complete 6V4810 Tool Group as well as separate parts of the group are available and can be ordered as needed. When replacement connector body parts are needed, make reference to the Parts Book for your machine or engine.
Illustration 2. 6V4810 Tool Group ready for storage.
Illustration 3. Tool in correct position for contact removal.
Illustration 4. Tool in correct position for contact installation.The Sure-Seal Connectors, released earlier, are used where molded-on, rubber insulated, bullet-type connectors were formerly used. The 6V3000 Sure-Seal Repair Kit is used to service the Sure-Seal Connectors. See the January 19, 1981 Service Magazine article "New Sure-Seal Electrical Connectors Used In Electrical Wiring Harnesses; Use 6V3000 Sure-Seal Repair Kit To Repair Sure-Seal Electrical Connectors" and the November 2, 1981 Service Magazine article "Steel Retainer Clips For Sure Seal Connectors Used In Electrical Harness."