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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.
Emergency Road Service! With today’s highly complex vehicles, it just makes good sense to know that you’re protected against expensive mechanical repairs. Your dealer sells reliable vehicles, but even the very best vehicles can develop mechanical problems... With Auto Services Company, Inc. Vehicle Protection Plans, you’re protected against those major expenses no matter where you travel in the United States... And there is NO DEDUCTIBLE on covered parts and labor. Take a look at the variety of Protection Plans your dealer is offering with your new purchase. Then, decide if you can afford to be without this protection. Depending on your vehicle, you may choose the plan that best fulfills your needs from 3 Months/3,000 Miles to 96 Months/100,000 Miles. Drivetrain “Plus” Coverage Deluxe Coverage Factory Type Coverage Drivetrain “Plus” Coverage ENGINE Engine parts consisting of: Crankshaft and bearings, oil pump, oil pump pickup/screen and tube, pistons, piston rings, wrist pins, connecting rods and rod bearings, timing gears and chain or belt, timing tensioners/guides, balance shafts, camshaft and camshaft bearings, push rods, rocker arms, rocker arm shaft and hydraulic lifters, intake and exhaust valves, valve springs, cylinder head gaskets. Engine blocks are also covered if mechanical failure was caused by the above-listed parts. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Gears, input and output shafts, bearings, front pump, planetary assembly, sprags, governor assembly, valve body, torque converter, transmission case, overdrive carrier, reaction carrier, center support, parking lock actuator, stator and stator shaft, separator plate, pressure regulator valve, dipstick and filler tube. STANDARD TRANSMISSION Transmission parts consisting of: transmission case if malfunction was caused by the listed parts.
This is a limited power-train warranty for a period of 3 months from the date of the original sale or 3000 miles from the mileage at the time of the original sale, (whichever occurs first), for repairs which are required as a result of defects due to material and/or workmanship to the power-train components as listed below: What Is Covered Engine All internally lubricated parts including: pistons, piston rings, piston pins, crankshaft and main bearings, connecting rods and bearings, camshaft and bearings, timing chain or belt, timing gears, intake and exhaust valves, valve springs, valve guides, oil pump, push rods, rocker arms, rocker arm shafts, hydraulic and solid lifters;. The engine block and heads are also covered if damage is caused by a Failure of any of the above covered components. Transmission All internal parts; torque converter; vacuum modulator and mounts. Does not include clutch assembly; pressure plate; flywheel; throw out bearing; worn synchronizers; cables or electrical items. The case is also covered if damage is caused by a Failure of any of the above covered items. Drive Axle All lubricated internal parts contained within the housings. Axle shafts, differential housing, transaxle housing & final drive housing. Water Pump Impeller shaft; bearings; bushings and housing. Turbo/Supercharger Internal parts; vanes; shafts; bearings and housing if damage is caused by a failure of a covered component. Transfer Unit 4x4 Internal parts including: bearings, bushings, sprockets, chains, sleeves and gears (excluding electrical items).
Creating an Invoice Template in Microsoft Excel 2010 1. Click the Start button located on the Windows taskbar. (Bottom, left-hand corner of your computer’s desktop or “home” screen) 2. Scroll down to find Microsoft Office Excel 2010 & click to open the program. (The program is located within the Microsoft Office folder) 3. Your screen should resemble Figure 1.1. Now click the File button (highlighted in green, located in the top, left-hand corner of your screen). 4. From the displayed menu on the lefthand side, select New. 5. Check to make sure your screen resembles figure 1.2. Under Office.Com Templates, look for and select Invoices. (Your computer will perform a brief search at Office.Com for a list of available invoice templates) 6. In this tutorial we will be using a Sales Invoice template. Click on the Sales invoices Folder. (Your computer will perform another brief search at Office.Com) 7. Once the new window opens, select Invoice with Tax Calculation. Refer to Figure 1.3. Click the Download button located at the bottom, right-hand side of your screen.
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Remove the stock horn and bracket from the stud it is mounted to and unplug the 2 wires. Remove the seat. Route the end of the wire and hose loom without the connectors. Starting in front of the fuel valve, route this loom behind the valve, over the fuel line over the rear cylinder head along the existing wiring or hoses - if your model has any. Follow the frame to where the back bone and seat support rails come together. Route the loom up into the general area where the compressor will mount (i.e. see diagram). Attach the hose to the 'Y' connector on the horns themselves. Attach the two black wires from the loom to the relay terminals #87 and #30, located between the air horns behind chrome cover. Attach the wires from the original horn to the remaining terminals #85 and #86 (NOTE: it makes no difference which wire goes to which terminal). Attach the relay to the back of the horn bracket assembly or up under the fuel tank using the small cable tie provided. NOTE: the terminals must point downward to prevent water from entering the relay! Install the horn assembly using the 1/4" thick chrome washer provided behind the horn mounting bracket. Use the original acorn nut and tighten securely. Check to see that the horns have at least 1/4" clearance between the engine, shift linkage and choke knob. They should be horizontal or angle down at the front just slightly. Take any slack out of the loom, keeping it up against the frame and away from the engine or exhaust, using several of the small cable ties provided.
Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis, The Incredible 5 Point Scale, (2003),. Autism Asperger Publishing Company. www.5pointscale.com. Social Skill Group Check- ... Social Skill Group Check-in Feeling Words Looks like/Feels like 5 4 3 2 1 Enraged, Meltdown Your Name Kicking, Breaking things, Hitting, Throwing Things, Yelling, Spitting Stressed, Louder voice, red face, faster breathing, tense upset, muscles, headache Frustrated Neutral, So-So. Fine, Okay Slightly tense muscles, a bit tired, maybe a bit hungry, a few worried thoughts, but a few happy thoughts. Happy, Content, Calm Small smile sometimes, feel relaxed, not hungry or not tired. Feel ready to learn, talk or play. ExcitedVERY HAPPY Body engine running fast, body has a lot of energy, brain is thinking fast. Excited to do really fun things Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis, The Incredible 5 Point Scale, (2003), Autism Asperger Publishing Company. www.5pointscale.com Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis, The Incredible 5 Point Scale, (2003), Autism Asperger Publishing Company. www.5pointscale.com
Preparation This sheet must be read completely to: 1. Provide assistance/clarification to the installer. 2. Avoid causing injury to installer, customer, end user, or others. 3. Prevent damage to motorcycle and/or accessory. 4. Prevent death to customer or other vehicle operators. Installer: Please forward this sheet to the customer after reviewing it. 3. If so equipped, place the motorcycle on its center stand on solid, level ground. CAUTION: 1. Never route wires or install components that interfere with the operation of the forks, handlebars, brake/clutch levers or any other operational function of the motorcycle. 2. When adding electrical accessories, always disconnect the battery and properly fuse new electronics. It is virtually impossible for us to be able to address every possible situation an installer or user will encounter. This requires both to exercise due diligence and to apply some level of common sense. If you have any question or problem during the installation, please contact us as necessary. Read the instructions completely prior to installation. 90% of questions we receive could be answered simply by reading the instructions in their entirety. Phone support will always provide the quickest response. WARNING: 1. Allow the motorcycle to cool prior to installation. Important Information in our instructions will be provided in the following manner: 4. Never allow your accessories to cause distractions to remove your focus off the bikes operation. Never forget that this is a high-risk sport - don't make it a higher risk when you don't have to. 5. Never allow your accessories to cause distractions to others on the road. SHOP TIP: this is information we have gathered from hands-on installs or customer feedback. NOTE: important information regarding the installation. CAUTION: failure to follow instructions could result in damage to motorcycle and/or accessory. WARNING: failure to follow instructions could result in injury or death of operator and/or passenger or others. NOTE: 1. "Left", "Right", "Front" and "Rear" are described from the seated position of the bike. 2. Use of owners manual or service manual is recommended for installation. 2. When operating engine, allow adequate ventilation. 3. Never route wires or install components that interfere with the operation of the forks, handlebars, brake/clutch levers or any other operational function of the motorcycle.
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