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The terror attacks of September 11, 2001 had an immediate and substantial impact on international travel worldwide. The attacks induced substitution away from air travel generally and caused a shift in the preferences of travelers for particular destinations. The United States in particular experienced an immediate and precipitous drop in arrivals of international visitors, particularly from those flying in from overseas. The initial drop in arrivals immediately following 9/11 in part reflected widespread concern about the safety of international air travel. Economic factors most likely also played a role in reducing travel to the United States in the aftermath of 9/11. Between 2001 and 2002, for example, the global economy experienced a recession that reduced demand for air travel generally. In addition to safety concerns and deteriorating economic conditions, the perception that U.S. visa policy became more restrictive in the wake of 9/11 may also have negatively impacted arrivals. Such perceptions prompted concern within the travel industry that the United States was becoming a less attractive travel destination and was damaging its image abroad (Alden, 2008). Although visa policy itself did not significantly change after 9/11, the security screening procedures that are part of the visa application process were standardized and intensified (Yale-Loehr et al., 2005). After the 9/11 attacks, for example, certain administrative procedures related to visa issuance and entry at the U.S. border were implemented as part of an enhanced travel security protocol. The security procedures related to visa issuance only affected visa applicants travelling to the United States and did not affect travelers from countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
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PACKAGE CONTENTS PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE ENTIRE INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE PROCEEDING. THIS WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THE DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY AND WILL GIVE YOU INSIGHT TO THE TOOLS AND SUPPLIES NECESSARY TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE JOB. 1 Place car on jack stands. Check owner’s manual for correct jack points. Car should be at least 12 inches off the ground to allow the exhaust pieces enough clearance for removal and access to the lower hardware. Make sure the car is resting on all four jack stands securely. Open hood and place covers on fenders Remove engine cover by pulling upwards. Remove front wheels. 2 Remove wheelwell splash shields. Image shows location of fasteners. 3 Remove plastic undertray from bottom of engine bay. Image shows the location of fasteners. _________________ -2TRI-POINT ENGINEERING 4 Remove front bumper cover: Remove the screw holding bumper cover to the fender, about 1.0” back from wheel opening. Remove the 2 Phillip screws along with the 2 rubber buffers on top, between the head lamp and grill. R The rubber buffers come out by lifting the top rubber section with a thin flat blade screw driver. Gently raise this portion up to release the clip. Carefully pull bumper cover off part way and unplug outside air temp and fog lights if equipped. Then continue to remove bumper cover and set out of the way. _________________ -3TRI-POINT ENGINEERING 5 Drain Coolant : Loosen coolant fill cap on passenger side of engine bay. Remove drain plug, shown in photo. Drain coolant into large container and dispose of properly. Once coolant has finished draining, replace drain plug and tighten. Tighten coolant fill cap in engine bay. 6 Battery cover removal: Release the 3 clips shown in photo and lift cover. _________________ -4TRI-POINT ENGINEERING 7 Disconnect the negative battery cable and tuck cable behind battery. Remove the plastic clip securing the battery box duct (shown in photo, behind headlight) and lift out the duct assembly. 8 Remove air intake system: Squeeze both sides of the blue clip used to secure valvecover breather hose to rubber intake pipe and slide backwards to remove. Repeat process at the valvecover end of hose and remove. Unplug Airflow (MAF) sensor and temperature sensor. Loosen hose clamp attached to throttle body. Lift and unhook rubber strap securing airbox and lift whole airbox assembly straight up to remove. COVER THE OPEN THROTTLE BODY TO ENSURE NO FOREIGN MATERIAL GETS INSIDE DURING INSTALLATION
When battery is disconnected, vehicle computer and memory systems may lose memory data. Driveability problems may exist until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. See the following: For 2002 models, see COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION before disconnecting battery. For 2003 models, see COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION before disconnecting battery. For 2004 models, see COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION before disconnecting battery. Cooling fan motors operate when Powertrain Control Module (PCM) determines fan operation depending on crankshaft position, Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor, vehicle speed, Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor, A/C switch and refrigerant pressure switch inputs. Cooling fans receive power through the cooling fan relay. Condenser fan operates only when A/C compressor clutch engages except 2004 models with turbocharger which uses dual fans for engine cooling with or without A/C operation. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . COMPONENT LOCATION For component locations, refer to illustrations. See Fig. 1 -Fig. 3 . http://www.eautorepair.net/app/PrintItems.asp?S0=2097152&S1=0&SG=%7BCF1A455F%... 3/9/2006
These appear when a problem is detected in a monitored system. The code for a failed system is stored in the PCM memory in the first drive cycle. This code is called the pending code. If the problem is not found in a second drive cycle, the PCM judges that the system returned to normal or the problem was mistakenly detected, and deletes the pending code. If the problem is found in a second drive cycle too, the PCM judges that the system has failed, and the DTC is stored. OBD-II FREEZE FRAME DATA • This is the technical data which indicates the engine condition at the time of the first malfunction. This data will remain in the memory even if another emission-related DTC is stored, with the exception of Fuel system or Misfire DTCs. Once freeze frame data for Fuel system or Misfire DTC is stored, it will overwrite any previous data and the freeze frame will not be overwritten again. OBD-II ON-BOARD SYSTEM READINESS TEST • This shows the OBD-II systems operating status. If any monitor function is incomplete, WDS or equivalent will identify which monitor function has not been completed. The Fuel system, Misfire and CCM are continuous monitoring-type functions. The HO2S, Thermostat, AIR system, Catalyst and EVAP system will be monitored under drive cycles. The OBD-II diagnostic system is initialized by performing the DTC cancellation procedure or disconnecting the negative battery cable. OBD-II DIAGNOSTIC MONITORING TEST RESULT • The results from the technical data of the intermittent monitor system are used to determine whether the system is normal or not. They also display the system thresholds and diagnostic results. The intermittent monitor system monitors the HO2S, Thermostat, AIR system, Catalyst and EVAP system. OBD-II READ/CLEAR DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULT • This retrieves all stored DTCs in the PCM and clears the on-board readiness test results, freeze frame data, DTC, diagnostic monitoring test results and pending trouble code. OBD-II PARAMETER IDENTIFICATION (PID) ACCESS • The PID mode allows access to certain data values, analog and digital inputs and outputs, calculated values and system status information. Since the PID values for output devices are the PCM internal data values, inspect each device to identify which output devices are malfunctioning. ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC TEST DTC Reading Procedure 1. Perform the necessary vehicle preparation and visual inspection. 2. Connect the WDS or equivalent to the vehicle DLC-2 16-pin connector located in the driver compartment.
E6X Wiring Diagram ... When two colors are used in a wire by the alphabetical code, the first letter indicates the basic wire ... Haltech E6X to Mazda RX-7 FC3S. E6X Wiring Diagram Mazda RX-7 2nd Gen Series 4/5 CRANK ANGLE SENSOR Ne- to Main Trigger Ground (Red) TRIGGER INPUTS Ne+ (24 teeth) to Main Trigger (Yellow) A 26 6 13 26 TRIGGER GROUND B C MAIN TRIGGER HOME TRIGGER TRIGGER GROUND +SEN G+ (2 teeth) to Home Trigger (Green) G- to Home Ground (Blue) HOME TRIGGER E From Sensor Supply Via 15A Fuse Red MAIN TRIGGER D HOME GROUND White HOME GROUND Green White/Black Connector F Note: Shielded cable should be wired at ECU end only. 26 27 36 35 34 12 GROUND [B] AUX. OUT [G / B ] IGNITION #1 [W/B] IGNITION #3 [L] IGNITION #4 To Trailing Toggle Select [ LG ] IGNITION #2 Not Used [L/Y] To Leading Coils To Trailing Coil Signal Not Used Leading Coil Signal - Pink (from Ign1) Not Used L1 / L2 12 Power - Light Green Connector IGs-T Trailing Select Signal - Brown/Yellow (from Aux. Out) 20 21 [ LB ] INJECTOR #2 [L/R] INJECTOR #3 [P] White [G/R] INJECTOR #4 19 INJECTOR #1 LEADING COIL PACK IGT-T Trailing Coil Signal Blue/Yellow (from Ign2) Pink Tacho Output - To Stock Tachometer - Yellow/Blue Yellow IGf-T Feedback Signal - Blue/Red (Not Used) Grey T1 T2 22 12V Power - Light Green 12V Power - Light Green +12V Supply for Injectors and Sensors. Light Green Light Green TRAILING COIL PACK +SEN Connector Secondary Rear Rotor LOOKING AT ECU CONNECTOR 1 18 19 36 Secondary Front Rotor Primary Rear Rotor Primary Front Rotor LEGEND - WIRE COLORS: Haltech E6X to Mazda RX-7 FC3S B = BLACK BR = BROWN G = GREEN GY = GREY L = BLUE O = ORANGE P = PINK R = RED V = VIOLET Y = YELLOW When two colors are used in a wire by the alphabetical code, the first letter indicates the basic wire color, the second indicates the color of stripe. (Ex. O/R = Orange with Red stripe, GY/R = Grey with Red stripe) Series 4/5 FC3S 86-91, Stock CAS & Igniter/Coil Wiring Haltech USA - www.haltech.com Rev. 1 Ver. 2 Date: 14-Nov-2008
IMPORTANT: This booklet contains important information about the vehicle's warranty coverage. It also explains owner assistance information and GM's participation in an Alternative Dispute Resolution Program. Keep this booklet with your vehicle and make it available to a Chevrolet dealer if warranty work is needed. Be sure to keep it with your vehicle if you sell it so future owners will have the information. Owner's Name: Street Address: City & State: Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): Date Vehicle First Delivered or Put In Use: Odometer Reading on Date Vehicle First Delivered or Put In Use: © 2013 Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors LLC. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. GENERAL MOTORS, GM, CHEVROLET, and the CHEVROLET emblem are registered trademarks of General Motors LLC. Part No. 22774305 B Second Printing Chevrolet Limited Warranty and Owner Assistance Information (GMNALocalizing-U.S.-6102099) - 2014 - CRC - 5/9/13 Black plate (2,1) Chevrolet Limited Warranty and Owner Assistance Information (GMNALocalizing-U.S.-6102099) - 2014 - CRC - 5/9/13 Black plate (3,1) 2014 Chevrolet Limited Warranty and Owner Assistance Information
GM sells other engines and transmissions in various states of completion. This warranty covers only those engines and transmissions that are marketed by GM as GM Parts or Chevrolet Performance Parts. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. General Motors does not authorize any person to create for it any other obligations or liability in connection with these assemblies. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE APPLICABLE TO ASSEMBLIES OR PARTS IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. THE PERFORMANCE OF REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENT IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. GM SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty will last or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, therefore, the above limitation or exclusions may not apply to you. SERVICE CHECKS: Transmissions: It is important for you or a service technician to check the transmission/transaxle fluid level at regular intervals. Engines: It is important for you or a service technician to perform these underhood checks at each fuel fill: • Check engine oil level and add if necessary. • Check engine coolant level in coolant reservoir and add if necessary. • Check belts and hoses for visible wear and replace if necessary.
Program Highlights • Three levels of named component coverage • An exclusionary level of coverage • Eligible vehicles include current + 9 model years • Coverage terms up to 7 years/100,000 miles • Dealer profit participation reinsurance and retro programs available • Deductible options include $50, $100, $100 (disappearing) and $200 per repair visit • Advantage WRAP and Preferred WRAP coverage available • Transfer benefit • Additional benefits include: towing, jump-start, flat tire change, vehicle fluid delivery, lockout assistance, rental and hotel/motel reimbursement Coverage Levels Powertrain Gasoline/Diesel Engine: All internally lubricated parts, engine block, cylinder heads, exhaust manifold, expansion plugs, harmonic balancer, intake manifold, mounts, oil pan (excluding drain plug related failures), rotary engine rotor housing, timing belt/chain and tensioner, timing chain cover, valve covers, water pump, seals and gaskets (within component group). Surcharged coverage: supercharger/turbocharger (factory installed). Transmission: (Automatic, Standard or Transfer Case): All internally lubricated parts within the transmission including: cooler lines (metal), mounts, throttle valve cable, torque convertor, flywheel/flexplate, transmission and transfer case housing, transmission cooler, oil pan, vacuum modulator, external and internal control units, seals and gaskets Front/Rear-Wheel Drive: All internally lubricated parts within the drive/transaxle assembly including: axles and axle bearings, constant velocity joints/boots, drive axle housing, drive shaft support, differential cover, hub bearings, front hub locking assemblies, drive shaft, universal joints, four wheel drive actuator, seals and gaskets Fluids: All fluids in conjunction with a covered repair.
To verify how the printout will look, go under File, Print to preview it. For wide worksheets, you may want to print the information in landscape orientation (11" x 8.5") rather than portrait orientation (8.5" x 11"). The Page Setup dialog box lets you modify various document properties, such as footers and headers, page alignment, and more. Printing the Active Worksheet Excel lets you print the active sheet in your workbook without having to print the rest of the workbook. Unless you select multiple worksheets, the active worksheet is the visible worksheet. As explained below, however, it is possible to activate specific multiple worksheets for printing. 1. To activate the worksheet you want printed, click the tab of that worksheet.The worksheet is active. 2. OPTIONAL: To make more than one worksheet active a. Click the tab of the first sheet you want to activate. The worksheet is active. b. To activate sheets adjacent to the first one you selected, press [Shift] while you click the tab of the last sheet you want selected. All sheets between the first and last tabs selected are active. To activate sheets that are not adjacent to the first one you selected, press [Ctrl] while you click the tabs of all sheets you want selected All selected sheets are active. 3. In the top left corner of the Excel window, click FILE, select Print. The Print details appear. 4. In the Print what section, select Active sheet. 5. Click Print. The active worksheet is printed.