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Installing the Controller


Route and secure harness to prevent rubbing, chafing or making contact with sharp, moving or hot components.


Allow excess harness for tilt cab applications.

Rubber grommets must be used when routing harness through sheet metal holes.

Internal Driver Panel DIN Mounting (Detail A).

  • 1.

    Install DIN (ISO 7736) mounting sleeve into driver panel DIN opening.

  • 2.

    Bend tabs to secure in position.

  • 3.

    Connect harness and install controller into DIN sleeve. Attach decal

near controller.

External Driver Panel Mounting (Detail B).

4. To install controller on top or under driver panel, install mounting brackets accordingly, connect harness and mount to driver panel. Attach decal near controller.

Alternative Driver Panel Mounting (Detail C).

5. Connect harness, remove protective liner from mounting tape and apply to a clean smooth surface on driver panel. Attach decal near controller.

Exterior Controller Body Mounting (Detail D) Choose an appropriate location for the Controller outside on the truck box.

  • 6.

    Route harness into body mount base from the rear. Harness must route between gasket and cord retainer cover as shown to prevent water from entering the controller.

  • 7.

    Apply Superlube (TK 203-377) to harness connector and connect harness to the rear of the controller. Carefully install controller into body mount base making sure the locating boss is oriented on top as shown.

  • 8.

    Install cord retainer with cable groove at bottom, and the gasket with the rounded edges facing up, to the back of the body mount base with supplied screws. NOTE: Tighten screws securely, but do not overtighten!

  • 9.

    Install the body mount base to the truck body with the locating boss facing UP, and secure with the four self-tapping screws supplied in the kit. NOTE: Tighten screws securely, but do not overtighten!

  • 10.

    With the Thermo King Logo facing UP, install the front cover with the four supplied screws. NOTE: Tighten screws securely, but do not overtighten!


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