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NEWS | Jan. 31, 2024

HMMWV: Ordering A/C Caution Decals

BLUF: To get caution decals for HMMWV A/Cs, order them from the manufacturer.

HMMWVs
Photo by Chief Petty Officer Chad Butler
 
Maintenance leaders, if you need to order A/C (R134a) caution decals for your HMMWVs, other than M997A3 ambulances, then you’ll need to order them directly from the manufacturer, AM General.
 
There are no NSNs for the decals so use the part numbers in the following table:
 
Item Part number CAGE code
A/C caution decal for HMMWVs
with rear-mounted condensors
6015675 34623
A/C caution decal for HMMWVs
with front-mounted condensors
6072839 34623
 
Note that the front-mounted condensor is the upgraded A/C system and that these HMMWVs will also have an anti-lock brake system (ABS).
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