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NEWS | April 4, 2023

JLTV: Updated Battery Disconnect Procedure

BLUF: TACOM MIM 23-010 updates the current battery disconnect/connect work package.

Photo by Spc. Nathan Franco

Maintainers, TACOM maintenance information message (MIM) 23-010 updates the current battery disconnect/connect WP M06000 in TM 9-2320-452-23&P (Feb 19). That’s because the current WP M06000 allows for multiple live circuits which can lead to electrical shock.  
The affected models are shown below:

JLTV models affected by MIM 23-010
Affected JLTV models

Follow the instructions for the updated battery disconnect procedure for both 12V and 24V battery terminals until the TM is updated.
To download the latest battery disconnect procedure, have your CAC handy and find TACOM MIM 23-010 HERE.
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