M934 circuit breaker identification

ShamanBeast

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I have a 1987 AM General M934 I'm trying to convert, currently I'm just planning things out but one of the first things I wanted to take care of was the breaker panel inside. My issue arises because the front panel of it was ripped off and it looks like some wires were cut, but without the identification or diagram of what the wires are supposed to go to I am at a stand still since I don't want to fry or burn anything. If anyone owns an m934 and could send some pictures of the breaker panel or someone happens to have the tm for said panel I would greatly appreciate the help!
 

Mullaney

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I have a 1987 AM General M934 I'm trying to convert, currently I'm just planning things out but one of the first things I wanted to take care of was the breaker panel inside. My issue arises because the front panel of it was ripped off and it looks like some wires were cut, but without the identification or diagram of what the wires are supposed to go to I am at a stand still since I don't want to fry or burn anything. If anyone owns an m934 and could send some pictures of the breaker panel or someone happens to have the tm for said panel I would greatly appreciate the help!
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Would it be possible to take a picture of what you have?
My M936 is a 1984 AM General. (same family, but 4 years older)
If you can point me in the general direction, I can take pictures.
 

ShamanBeast

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Would it be possible to take a picture of what you have?
My M936 is a 1984 AM General. (same family, but 4 years older)
If you can point me in the general direction, I can take
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Would it be possible to take a picture of what you have?
My M936 is a 1984 AM General. (same family, but 4 years older)
If you can point me in the general direction, I can take pictures.
I apologize I should have included some, I tried to show as much as I could in the photos. Some of the TMs said there should be an identification placard but I couldn't find any on or around the breaker box. If you have any suggestions please feel free to let me know. Thank you for any and all assistance you can provide!
 

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ShamanBeast

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I just found it with the help of the user I bought the truck from Fuzzytoaster, it is page 619 in the 9-2320-272-23-5 tm here is a picture of said diagram though it is of poor quality image compared to the tm pdf. Thank you for you assistance as well Mullaney!
 

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Mullaney

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I just found it with the help of the user I bought the truck from Fuzzytoaster, it is page 619 in the 9-2320-272-23-5 tm here is a picture of said diagram though it is of poor quality image compared to the tm pdf. Thank you for you assistance as well Mullaney!
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Sure am glad that fuzzytoaster could help! Somehow or other, my old brain was expecting a DC Voltage panel in the truck (that I hadn't discovered). Duh!!

Those pictures are definitely AC voltage. There are plenty of amps in that panel too! I have seen a lot of those trucks and shelters with wiring hacked to bits. This one seems to be in good condition.
 
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