4-22. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION. (CONT)
6. Adjust both windspeed indicators for zero adjustment (para 4-19 for ID-373/GMQ-11, ID-
373B/GMQ-11, or ID-373C/GMQ-1 1, or para 2-5 for ID-373A/GMQ-11).
7. If plugs to J403 are used to interconnect indicators, connect wires from terminal on one plug to
same terminal on other plug.
8. If direct wiring to TB201 is used to interconnect indicators, connect wires from terminal of one
TB201 to same terminal on other TB201.
9. If one plug and wiring to TB201 is used to interconnect indicators, connect wires as shown in
following chart for cable WM-76/U. If substitute cable is used, use chart generated when wiring
Section IV ORGANIZATIONAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
The organizational PMCS procedures for the AN/GMQ-11 are to be done quarterly, unless directed
otherwise by the commanding officer
The routine covering of unused receptacles and checks such as equipment inventory; cleaning
components; checking for frayed or broken cables; replacing items not in use; and checking for
loose hardware, nuts, bolts, and screws, are not listed in the PMCS table. You should do these things
as a matter of good preventive maintenance. If you find a routine check in the PMCS, it was listed
because other technicians reported problems with this item.
You must check for technical publications and current MWO's. Requisition replacements for any
missing or unusable maintenance manuals. Check that current MWO's have been applied and that the
MWO number is stamped as required.
If the equipment must be kept in service, check and service only those things that can be checked and
serviced without disturbing operation. Make complete checks and services when equipment can be
If the equipment fails to operate, see the organizational troubleshooting steps in this manual. Refer to
DA Pam 738-750 as a guide to forms and procedures used for reporting problems. For recording
PMCS results, use DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet.