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FCI-CONNECTOR [FCI connector]
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Manual Part No. 144000-001
Issued: Date (10/24/94)
Page 8 of 10
Rev. 03/08/01 ECR V103118
B. Wire and Insulation Barrel Crimpers and
Tonker Replacement (see Figure 13)
Loosen, but do not remove at this time, the two cap
screws (7) that secure the crimpers to the crimper holder
Remove the cap screw (9) from the crimper holder (1).
Then remove the spring retainer (8) and the crimper
holder (1) with crimpers attached.
Remove the two tonker springs (5) and the two spring
guides (6) from the hand tool frame. This can be
accomplished by tilting the hand tool down.
Remove the two cap screws (7) that secure the crimpers to
the crimper holder (1).
Remove the crimpers (3 and 4) and tonkers (2) from the
crimper holder (1).
Remove the damaged crimper(s) (3) or (4). The top
crimper is the wire barrel crimper (4).
When replacing tooling, always be sure that the part
number of the new part is the same number that is on
the old part that was removed
7 Place the insulation crimper (3) onto the flat side of the
crimper holder (1). Place the wire barrel crimper (4) on the
insulation crimper (3) and loosely install the two attaching
8 Insert tonkers (2), with the top tabs facing outwards, into the
slots between the wire and insulation crimpers.
9 Place and hold the crimper assembly into the hand tool with
crimper holder (1) on the same side as the anvil holder (11).
Make sure that the tonkers (2) go into the holes in the top of
the hand tool frame.
10 Place spring guides (6) into the holes in top of the hand tool
frame, then insert the springs (5) into the holes so that the
springs slip over the body of the spring guides.
11 Place spring retainer (8) over tonker springs (5). Make sure
springs are compressed, then loosely attach the spring
retainer (8) and the crimper holder (1) to the hand tool with
the attaching cap screw (9).
12 To align the tooling, close hand tool completely and hold it
in it’s closed position. Tighten the two cap screws (7) to
secure the crimpers to their holder. Then tighten the cap
screw (9), which secures the crimper holder to the hand tool
13 Crimp a terminal to a proper-size wire and inspect the
terminal as described in Section II, paragraph B.
V. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
Crimp Height Adjustment
Remove the cap screw securing the anvil holder
assembly to the hand tool (see Figure 10). Then
remove the anvil holder assembly.
Insert a 3/32-inch Allen wrench into the hole in the
adjustable tool holder and into the socket head
setscrew (see Figure 11). Turn the setscrew ¼ turn
counterclockwise to unlock the adjusting collar.
Close the hand tool lever one click to gain access to
the holes in the side of the adjusting collar. Next,
insert a pin approximately 1/16-inch in diameter, into
one of the holes in the collar (see Figure 12). Then
rotate the collar about 5 degrees counterclockwise to
increase crimp height or clockwise to decrease crimp
Printed: Dec 20, 2002
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