Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
by comparing the parts received with the items listed on
Report all discrepancies in accordance with TM 38-750.
Move the packing boxes close to the location where the
Shortage of a minor assembly or part that does not
installation is to take place and unpack the parts of the
affect proper installation or functioning of the equipment
installation unit. Be careful not to lose any of the parts.
should not prevent the installation units from being
2-2. Checking Unpacked Equipment
c. When vehicles with radio sets are to be turned
in or transferred, communication equipment will be
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred
removed and reinstalled in new replacement vehicles.
during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged,
Additional items which are required to complete
report the damage on DD Form 6 (para 1-3).
installations should be requisitioned as individual items.
b. See that the equipment is complete as listed in
To determine the Federal stock number of authorized
the packing slip. If a packing slip is not available, the
items in the installation unit, refer to SB 11-131.
completeness of the installation unit can be determined
Section II. EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
2-3. Tools Required for Installation
Caution: Vehicle master control switch should
be at OFF.
The tools required for installation of Radio Set AN/VRC-
(1) Identify all major parts and components in Radio
46 and Intercommunication Set AN/VIC-1(V) in Armored
Set AN/VRC-46 and Intercommunication Set
Vehicle Launcher Bridge (M48A2 Hull) are a part of Tool
AN/VIC-1 (V) in basic and installation units with the
Kit, Radar and Radio Repairman TK-87/U and Tool Kit,
items as shown on figure 2-5.
Supplementary, Radar and Radio Repair TK-88/U. The
(2) Assemble and wire power plug and accessory
following additional items are needed:
assembly to the CX-4720/ VRC (fig. 2-5).
a. 1 electric drill (3/8 inch).
(3) Refer to cording detail (fig. 2-5) to determine how
b. 1 set of drill bits (1/16 inch to 3/8 inch).
the various components connect into the complete
communication system. For drilling and welding,
refer to figure 2-3.
2-4. Installation Instructions
(4) Secure equipment in place (fig. 2-5).
(5) Secure the cable assemblies in place by fastening
a. To accomplish the installation, follow the
the cable clamps to the tapping pads provided in
instructions given below on those shown on figures 2-1
the vehicle. Engage all connectors in their proper