GMC Workshop Manuals
Savana 3500 V8-4.8L (2009)
Transmission and Drivetrain > Automatic Transmission/Transaxle > Actuators and Solenoids - A/T > Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid, A/T > Component Information > Diagrams > Diagram Information and Instructions > Page 4720
6. Place the DuraSeal splice sleeve in the nest. Ensure that the crimp falls midway between the end of the barrel and the stop. The sleeve has a stop
(3) in the middle of the barrel (2) in order to prevent the wire (1) from going further. Close the hand crimper handles slightly in order to firmly
7. Insert the wire into the splice sleeve barrel until the wire hits the barrel stop.
The crimper handles will not open until you apply the proper amount of pressure to the DuraSeal splice sleeve. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the
9. Using the heat torch, apply heat to the crimped area of the barrel.
10. Start in the middle and gradually move the heat barrel to the open ends of the tubing:
The tubing will shrink completely as the heat is moved along the insulation.
A small amount of sealant will come out of the end of the tubing when sufficient shrinkage is achieved.
Connector Position Assurance (CPA)
The connector position assurance (CPA) is a small plastic insert that fits through the locking tabs of a connector. CPAs are used in all SIR System
Terminal Position Assurance (TPA)
The terminal position assurance (TPA) insert resembles the plastic combs used in the control module connectors. The TPA keeps the terminal securely
Splicing Copper Wire Using Splice Sleeves
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