Note: This MOS no longer exists. The information below is maintained here for historical purposes, only.
Major duties. The fuel and electrical systems repairer performs direct support and general support maintenance on fuel and electrical systems of wheel and track vehicles, brake system components, and on internal combustion engines associated with power generation equipment or material handling equipment.
(1) Skill Level 1. Repairs the fuel supply pumps, fuel pumps (metering and injection), fuel injectors, governors, wiring harnesses, alternators/generators, starters, regulators and electrical control boxes, DC electrical motors, air brake system components, hydraulic brake system components, and personnel heaters.
(2) Skill Level 2. Performs duties in preceding skill level, supervises lower grade soldiers and provides technical guidance to the soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.
Physical demands rating and qualifications for initial award of MOS. Fuel and electrical systems repairers must possess the following qualifications:
(1) A physical demands rating, of very heavy.
(2) A physical profile, of 222232.
(3) Normal color vision.
(4) A minimum score, of 105 in aptitude area MM.
(5) A knowledge of constnxction, functions, and nomenclature of wheel and track vehicles and materials-handling equipment.
(6) A knowledge of intemal combustion engines.
(7) Formal training (completion of MOS 63G course conducted under the auspices of the USA Ordnance Center and School) man datory; or meet the civilian acquired skills criteria listed in AR 601-210,
(1) P5--Master Fitness Trainer.
(2) 4A--Reclassification Training.
Information derived from Army Pamplet 611-21