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I need to be able to describe moulding techniques used to manufACTURE metal based components in under 10mins

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What's The Difficulties Of Stamping Parts Faced in China?


Although having being widely applied, stamping parts manufacturer in China are still facing with three difficulties.

1. Backward raw materials and related technologies
Steel made in China which is used for fasteners, chains, springs, bearings and moulds has poor quality and few descriptions, having direct influences on quality of stamping parts. In general, mechanical components are manufactured in batch and quantity, and products also require for various varieties and high machining precision. Those have high requirements and large investments for manufacturing technologies and equipments. Overseas, special equipments, production lines or flexible production lines which having high efficiency and precision are adopted to realize highly efficient automatic production. However, in China, due to being limited by capitals basic parts manufacturers have few investments on production lines.

Besides, enterprises have poor self-improving ability, lacking of advanced equipments and matching equipments, which has high impacts on quality and grade.

2. Insufficient funding, weak research and development
In the late of 1970's and early of 1980s's, hardware industry had ever imported advanced technologies from abroad. However, the industry is lack of software and hardware devotion to absorb technologies. According to experiences from abroad, required capital ratio between technologies input and absorption is 1:7. But, China acknowledged it late and the absorption was slow. The essence of market competition is the contest of technical strength. At present, large numbers of colleges and universities engage in scientific research. Lots of theoretical researches, scientific payoffs and patent papers have high level. But, they are less combined with actual production, especially low velocity of transforming into stamping parts.

3. Low professionalization and poor economic benefit
Compared with main machines, sparing parts manufacturers require less investments for establishing initial capitals and technologies. During several great economic developing periods, a batch of private manufacturers sprang up. However, because of various market demand points, low batches, those manufacturers cannot form economic scale. Most of manufacturers have low professionalization and level of equipments, instable quality and poor economic benefit. Metal Parts Custom Manufacturing Assembly

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Lost power to all lights except headlights and front turn signals. Also lost power to wipers and heater blower.Checked all fuses and relays. What to look for next? 1994 Ford F53 chassis


Damon is presumably the company that built and equipped the RV body using a donor vehicle as the base or a bought-in rolling chassis from another manufacturer.

That is the way these things usually go. Coach or body builders and vehicle manufacturers are usually entirely different things, though they try and pretend to the customer they are not by avoiding naming the brand of the base vehicle and withholding information about it.

The result is the customer who gets problems usually finds great holes in the information provided and isn't sure who to turn to for help.
The RV market is a lucrative premium market and the suppliers don't want you buying stuff from Ford or wherever at normal prices; they want you to have to go to them and pay their premium prices.

Basically you need to do some research and discover the origin of the base vehicle and then go there for information.and other stuff. Bear in mind the modern vehicle has lots of electronics controlling just about everything and there is a severe limit to what owner/drivers can do without specialist gear and knowledge.

I had a similar trouble with an RV based on a Fiat Ducato. The RV manufacturer could not or would not help but I obtained a partial wiring diagram from the Fiat dealer. It showed me a number of large fuses hidden behind the battery and one was broken, presumably by the builder, and had finally parted...

Sorry I can't help more.

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Engine no 308h26479 any idea what make of car this came out of


there is a distinct lack of detail in your question as to size, no of pistons
however most engine manufacturers incorporate a mould of the name in the block casting which will point to what vehicle would use the engine
another is that most manufacturers emboss the name or type of engine in the rocker covers.

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Why does the dealer says you must use red coolant? 2004 kia


Japanese green, Toyota red, Korean or European blue, or European yellow? As we noted, European and Korean formulas have silicates, so U.S. green or yellow/gold is all right, but it slightly compromises the extended life formulas some have. Typically all that means is: Change at 30,000 instead of 36,000 miles. The Japanese green and red antifreezes have no silicates, but they are very different from U.S. orange. If you really drain out the old antifreeze from any of these systems (thoroughly rinse the system with fresh water), you certainly can refill with a U.S. yellow/gold or green silicated antifreeze.

difference between Dexcool® and clear up some myths and misconceptions about both. This is quite a challenge because every company's antifreezes have different combinations of additives and inhibitors. I won't go into brand specific formulations but rather stick to the basic properties common to all antifreezes.
One myth is that all red antifreezes are Dexcool®. There are standard antifreezes that are red and cars that have Dexcool® will be labeled as such. Another myth is that Dexcool® is not glycol based. Not true, all antifreezes are glycol based, including Dexcool®. Both ethylene glycol (EG) and propylene glycol (PG) are used as the antifreezebase. From here the additional additives and inhibitors are added. Each glycol has supporters, although the best choice depends on the intended use. There are several considerations to be made when choosing an antifreeze, the most important being performance. In the area of performance there is very little difference in EG and PG. Additives determine most performance criteria so all coolants supplied by a respectable manufacturer will perform well. The one major difference in EG and PG is toxicity.
Because the most persuasive reason to use PG instead of EG based antifreeze is toxicity, we should discuss a little about toxicity. The first thing to think about is the difference between acute and chronic toxicity. Acute toxicity refers to toxicity that has a short duration. If you survive poisoning with an acute toxin, there are usually no lasting effects. Chronic toxicity on the other hand is something that lasts a long time. When poisoned with a chronic toxin, symptoms may not appear for a long time and they may last indefinitely.
PG differs from EG in both acute and chronic toxicity's. In antifreeze we are most concerned about one time accidental ingestion. Therefore our interest is in acute toxicity. The acute toxicity of PG, especially in humans, is substantially lower than that of EG. Propylene glycol, like alcohol, is not toxic at low levels. In applications where ingestion is a possibility, PG based antifreeze is a prudent choice. EG is the most common base used in the manufacturing of antifreeze.
Another consideration is that all antifreezes pick up heavy metal contamination during service. When contaminated (particularly with lead) any used antifreeze can be considered hazardous. Because of metal contamination many people feel that the toxicity of used antifreeze is the same regardless of glycol. This is where we look at chronic toxicity. PG is not a chronic toxin. EG and heavy metals are chronic toxins. Heavy metals, on the other hand are not acute toxins at the levels found in used antifreeze. For this reason PG based antifreezes, are much safer for people and pets in case of accidental ingestion even after use.
In many US and Japanese antifreeze formulas phosphate is added as a corrosion inhibitor. European vehicle manufacturers, however, recommend against the use of phosphate containing antifreeze. The following will examine the different positions on this issue to help judge the pros and cons on phosphate inhibitors.
In the US market, a phosphate inhibitor is included in many formulas to provide several important functions that help reduce automotive cooling system damage. The benefits provided by the phosphate include:
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  • Act as a buffer to keep the antifreeze mixture alkaline. This prevents acid build-up that will damage or destroy metal engine parts.
European manufacturers feel that these benefits are achievable with inhibitors other than phosphate. Their main concerns with phosphate containing products are the potential for solids dropout when mixed with hard water. Solids can collect on cooling system walls forming what is known as scale. This concern comes from the fact that European water is much harder than water in the US. Because phosphate "softens" water by forming solids of calcium or magnesium salts that can dropout of solution, there is potential for cooling system blockage. The phosphate level in most US and Japanese antifreeze formulas do not generate significant solids. Furthermore modern antifreeze formulations are designed to minimize the formation of scale. The small amount of solids formed presents no problem for cooling systems or to water pump seals.

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  1. If equipped, remove the front wheel opening moulding.
    1. Remove the pin-type retainer.
    1. Remove the screws.
    1. Remove the wheel opening moulding.
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  1. Remove the front fender splash shield (16103).
    1. Remove the screws.
    1. Remove the pin-type retainers.
    1. Remove the front fender splash shield.
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  1. Remove the cowl grille.
  1. On RH front fender, remove the antenna mast.
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  1. On RH front fender, remove the antenna base.
    1. Remove the radio antenna base cap (18A927) by gently inserting a thin straight-edged screwdriver underneath the cap and carefully following inside the perimeter until both snaps are free.
    1. Remove the screws.
    1. Lift the antenna base.
    1. Disconnect the radio antenna lead-in cable (18812) and remove the antenna base.
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  1. Remove the fender stuffer.
  1. Remove the stone guard.
    1. Remove the pin-type retainers.
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French post?
Fiche, is the olden days micro films, of car parts, obsolete now.
we use books and data bases files now.
call suzuki and tell them what you want,
or buy there FSM, same place
if uSa car same, use alldata.com
or suzukipitstop.com for books.

no car stated , no year, ,no country so can not help you. sorry

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If you have 2 metal rods for the head rest the at the base of the rods in the moulding on the seat back there will be a press button that allows the rod locks to open and allow the head rest to be pulled straight up at the same time.

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This is a relatively easy task, the bulk of the work has been for you. The rear view mirror assembly simply slides onto that metal block that was glued to your windshield. Your mirror mount (the part that slides onto the metal bracket) may be cut differently or shaped different from the rest of that part. you simply need to line that up with the metal mount on your windshield. slide the mirror on and tighten down the set screw if you have one. I've listed the steps below

1. find the base mount for your mirror (this is the bottom of the mirror that sits on the windshield)

2. look for a cut out or flat part of the mirror base.

3. line the flat part of the mirror base with the metal mount bracket on the windshield.

4. slide the mirror onto the metal bracket (this may require you to wiggle while you slide the mirror onto the metal bracket).

5. tighten the set screw on the mirror base ( this is important because your mirror will vibrate off the bracket if you don't.

Note some mirrors slide from the bottom of metal mount bracket and some slide from the top. it sort of depends on the manufacturer and/or the way the bracket was installed.

Hope this helps

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