Wire (item 33 or 34, appx c)
Splices (item 18 or 19, appx c)
Electrical tape (item 22, appx c)
Option 1: Wire bundle repairs.
Repair the first wire and tape. Leave the tape hanging from the repair.
Repair the next wire, lay it on top of the first repair.
Continue wrapping with insulation tape.
Repeat these steps as often as necessary to repair the wire bundle without cutting or breaking
Figure 7-3. Wire Bundle Repair of Wiring Harness.
Stagger splices, when possible, at least one splice length.
Insure that minimum essential cable clamps have been replaced.
Clamp cushions can be replaced by tape.
(2) Option 2: Jumper wire.
Identify the connector pin at each end of the harness.
Cut off the end of the defective wire.
Thread the jumper wire along the path of the cable harness passing the wire through the clamps.
Attach the jumper wire.
Tape the jumper wire securely to the harness at intervals that will provide protection from
vibration or sagging.
Record the BDAR action taken. When the mission is completed, as soon as practicable, repair the generator using
standard maintenance procedures.