My company has 20 dumpers. The dumpers everyday needed diesel,grease etc. As a store manager i want to keep records of these items. I want to know the process of receiving these items as well as issuing these items which will show the opening and as well as closing balance on a particular date in details. Thaning You
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You'l need to assign each dumper with a work order with specifics of procedures done each day to the vehicle, and expected maintenance for each day. Each vehicle will obviously have an assigned number to track and a worko procedure for each task and by whom. You can make a list in Excel for easy tracking.
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The electronic modules that control those items need to run a while. Put 20 minutes or so driving it around...not just sitting in one place idling. This will re educate the electronics to operate correctly.
Keep air and fuel filters clean. Run standard tyres and not bigger/ better ones as they take power to rotate. Keep tyre pressures on the high side of recommended pressure.. Don't carry any unnecessary loads/bull bars/racks/ lights etc...Diesel engines only use enough fuel to maintain the setting required by you foot so high speeds mean full fuel setting at all times. Use a tray cover as the rear of the tray/ body creates drag from the air. Check that the brakes allow the rotors to turn free. Remember every bit of effort requires extra fuel so consider everything in the search for better economy.
If you're restoring a T-bird, I strongly recommend buying the Haynes or Chilton manual. It's like $25 and not only does it have an exact diagram, plus a picture of where to put the grease for the kingpin, but it'll help you keep the engine running at peak efficiency, maintain the car and get the best gas mileage, torque, etc. It's a bargain at the price.
This fooled me for a little while, as I'm not familiar with the car. Actually what you are seeing is a maintainence message that tells you first, that you need to perform a maintainence type A or B. Then it tells you what maintainence sub items you also need to perform.
So, what you are being told is perform maintainence B and perform sub items 1, 2 and 5
MAINTAINENCE A CHECKLIST: Replace engine oil
MAINTAINENCE B CHECKLIST: Replace engine oil and filter Inspect front & rear brakes Inspect parking brake & adjustment Inspect Tie rod ends, steering box & boots Inspect suspension components Inspect Driveshaft boots Inspect brake hoses and lines including ABS Inspect All fluid levels and conditions of fluid Inspect Exhaust system Inspect Fuel lines & connections
SUB ITEMS CHECK LIST 1: Rotate Tyres
2: Replace air cleaner element (Every 15,000 miles in dusty conditions) Replace dust & pollen filter (Urban areas with high concentrations of soot, replace every 15,00 miles) Inspect Drive belt
3: Replace Transmission Fluid
4: Replace Spark plugs Replace Timing Belt Inspect Water Pump (V6 Engines only) - If regular extreme conditions over 110 degrees f or under -20 degrees F, replace every 60,000 miles Inspect Valve Clearance
How many accessories do you have plugged into the power ports? Do you have a lot of stereo equipment in the vehicle? Do you only make short trips with the vehicle? Too much load on the system from accessories (Cell phones, computers, GPS receivers, stereo equipment etc.) will cause batteries to drain. An alternator will provide enough power to run all of the stock electrical load and maintain a charge on the batteries. However, if the electrical load is greater than the alternators output, power is drawn from the batteries as well. Combine that with constant short trips and the batteries will never have a chance to be recharged.
for weather stripping on your vehicle, if it is being stored use baby powder and work it in. If its being used regulary there are some great products out there 303, Vinylex, 3M Rubber Dressing, Wurths, etc. As for the door hinges. A white lithium grease should work great. Thank you, Lee
never heard of any such problem, are u sure it is not just getting sludged up and sticking? Have you tried cleaning it 1st?, here is how u do that. Get a can of intake cleaner from any local parts store, not carb spray, intake cleaner, it is made by a company called CRC, remove the air intake hose to the engine, hold the idle high so the engine won't stall, then spray the can of cleaner into the intake while keeping the engine running, use at least 1/2 the can, shut down the engine and disconnect the battery for 5 minutes, then restart and complete a number of mixed driving cycles, town, freeway, stop and go etc., after a few days the problem will go away as the system will relearn to the clean intake.
The most critical things in owning a diesel are the air and fuel filters. Irregardless of what the owner's manual may say change the fuel filters at least twice a year, spring and fall because the oil companies change their additives in the fuel twice a tear. The air filter should be done at least once a year. Keep a close eye on the water in fuel warning and fix it when it shows up, your owner's manual should have the steps to take. Most diesel's call for 15-40 diesel oil, there's no reason not to stay with it. Pick up a copy of Haynes Diesel Engine Repair Manual, part # 10330.It will save you a lot of time,money and headaches. It costs about $20 at the auto parts store.
Before you make any decisions to start tinkering with it to increase power do your research. Diesel's work well because everything is balanced and even though supplier's may claim you won't have to change anything else, don't bet on it. Bank's is a reliable authority on diesel performance to judge decisions on. Hope this helps.
You have either a defective window motor or a defective window regulator. To fix this, first you need to remove the door panel. By using a screw driver pop out the control, then pop out the plastic insert where the door handle is located. Peel down the water bearer you will see three star screws, emove these which holds in the window motor. Take the motor apart, should be one or two screws holding the motor together, you will see three plastic plugs, you can purchase new ones at any auto store for around $9.00 or three ball bearings, at any hardware store for .64 cents each. You will se aluminum plugs holding in the window regulator. Using a punch punch out the rivits, using a 1/4 inch drill bit, drill out the aluminum holding the regulators, replace these with 1/4 inch bolts and lock nuts. When you remove the window motor make sure you pack it with plenty of wheel bearing grease, and grease the regulator with wheel bearing grease, reasemble, then glue the water back in place. Test the window motor and regulator before replacing the door panel. Will take you about 4 hours. Advice. If one window is going bak the others will follow. Purchase the regulators on line for around $20, vs $60 at any auto place. Good luck.
if there is no fitting it is a "sealed" joint... either drill out a hole in the end and add a fitting for grease.... or when it fails replace it with one that has a fitting. i believe most hardware stores stock grease fittings