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NEWS | May 27, 2021

Fuel Tankers: Correct NSN for Engine Junction Box Switch

M969A3 Tanker Trailer
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Before you order a toggle switch for the engine junction box on either your M967A2 or M969A3 fuel tankers, you’ll want to ensure you have the correct NSN.
Here’s where the junction box is located.
Location of engine junction box
Yellow circle shows location of engine junction box
Shown below is the location of the toggle switch, inside of the engine junction box.
Location of toggle switch
Yellow circle shows location of toggle switch
The toggle switch NSN for the M967A2, shown as Item 18 in Fig 70 of TM 9-2330-329-23P (Dec 15), is incorrect. Note the following correction.
Item 18 of Fig 70
Item 18 of Fig 70
The toggle switch NSN for the M969A3, shown as Item 19 in Fig 73 of TM 9-2330-330-23P (Dec 15), is incorrect. Note the following correction.
Item 19 of Fig 73
Item 19 of Fig 73
Bottom line is, for both the M967A2 and M969A3 fuel tankers, the correct toggle switch for the engine junction box comes with NSN 5925-01-026-8525.

Make a note until the TMs are updated.
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