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4 to 6 quarts of high-quality motor oil. Check your vehicle's owner's manual for the proper SAE viscosity, API performance or manufacturer motor oil specification and specific quantity required for your engine. Find more information by reading How to choose the right oil. A new oil filter. Most vehicles use a "spin-on" oil filter available in various shapes and sizes. Check your vehicle's owner's manual for the size and type appropriate for your vehicle. A drain plug socket wrench or open-end wrench (the exact size to fit your drain plug) An oil filter wrench A large drain pan (that can hold at least 5 to 7 quarts of fluid) A funnel A rag Hand cleaning solution and/or disposable latex gloves Safety glasses
Change the gear case oil with the engine stopped and the outboard in the vertical position. We suggest wearing nitrile gloves to protect your hands and facilitate clean-up. OIL LEVEL HOLE/BOLT 1. Place a suitable container below the oil drain hole to catch the used oil. Remove the oil drain bolt first, and then remove the oil level bolt. Tilt the outboard up slightly until the drain hole is at its lowest point. OIL DRAIN HOLE/BOLT Note: Be sure to use the proper tool when removing the oil drain and oil level plugs. If a normal screwdriver will not loosen the plugs, an impact driver should be used. The screwdriver blade should be a minimum of 10 mm x 1.5 mm to prevent damage to the drain and level plugs. Some plugs may have a Phillips head. Use a #3 Phillips bit, not a #2. O-RING 2. Allow the used oil to drain completely. OIL DRAIN BOLT If water or contaminated (milky-colored) oil flows out the drain hole when the plug is removed, or the oil is black and smells burned, have the outboard motor checked by an authorized Honda Marine dealer. NOTICE Improper disposal of gear case oil can be harmful to the environment. If you change your own oil, please dispose of the used oil properly. Put it in a sealed container, and take it to a recycling center. Do not discard it in a trash bin, dump it on the ground, or pour it down the drain.
All the information stated in this document was provided by Prius owners. None were affiliated with Toyota Motor Corporation, except as customers. This document is not sanctioned by Toyota Motor Corporation or any of its affiliates. The ideas, suggestions, and opinions offered in this document have not been endorsed by the manufacturer of those specific components or Toyota Motor Corporation. Any harm or damage that may result from the application of or the following of any ideas, suggestions, or opinions contained in this document is the sole responsibility of the individual that applied or followed said ideas, suggestions or opinions. The authors of this document hereby declare that they cannot and will not be held liable, in any fashion, for the content or the use of this document. Please dispose of the used oil & filters properly. Pour the oil into the emptied bottles afterward, then drop them off at a recycling center. If isn’t one nearby, many repair shops will accept used oil. (There is sometimes a fee for disposal.) Used filters can often be disposed of at that same location.
This is a sample of the kinds of stuff that you might use to build your Junk Drawer Robotics robots. The items listed and shown are some of the things and parts that can be useful for the robotics activities in this curriculum. This is not a complete list and should be used just as a reference and source for other ideas. Most of the items do not have to be exactly the same as the ones listed or shown and can be whatever you can find or have locally. You can browse in the grocery, hardware, office supply and the “dollar” stores to find different items that can be used by the youth. Sometimes inexpensive items can be used in constructing other items. A cheap toy vehicle can be taken apart. The axles and wheels, and motor if it has one, can be used to make the robots cheaper than buying new parts. Other items like a bicycle, IPod, tongs, or pliers that might be used in some activities can be borrowed for that activity. A collection of old parts and equipment can become a great learning experience for young explorers. They can find and frame problems and develop creative solutions from such items.
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
Every Ford Certiﬁed Pre-Owned vehicle comes with peace-of-mind warranty coverage. Our Comprehensive Limited Warranty covers more than 500 components for 3 Months/3,000 miles. Our fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty covers you for 6 Years/100,000 miles. Powertrain Covered Components Components shown are covered by the 6-Year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty Coverage. Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. See your dealer for details or refer to your plan provisions. The following components are covered by the Ford Certiﬁed Pre-Owned Powertrain Limited Warranty Coverage: ENGINE TRANSMISSION FRONT-WHEEL DRIVE • All Internal Lubricated Parts • All Internal Parts • Axle Shafts • Axle Shafts • Cylinder Block • Seals and Gaskets • Bearings (Front and Rear) • Bearings (Front and Rear) • Cylinder Heads • Torque Converter • Flywheel • Transfer Case (Including All Internal Parts) • Final Drive Housing (and Rear Axle Housing for AWD) Including All Internal Parts • Drive Axle Housing (and Front Axle Housing for 4x4) Including All Internal Parts • Hubs, Automatic Front Locking (Four-Wheel Drive) • Driveshaft • Manifold (Exhaust and Intake) • Oil Pan • Oil Pump • Seals and Gaskets • Thermostat • Thermostat Housing • Timing Chain Cover • Timing Chain (Gears or Belt) • Turbocharger/Supercharger Unit (Factory-Installed) • Valve Covers • Water Pump • Transmission Case...
There are many factors that contribute to a good installation, including wire type, wire length, noise sources, number of devices, and good connections. Due to these factors, there is not one set of rules that can guarantee a proper installation in every environment. However, following the practices in this application note allows the equipment to operate to its full potential. • Review the site blueprints and perform a thorough walk‑through of the site before running any wire. • Use the proper wire type and gauge (18/4 or 22/4 unshielded wire). • Be sure that the voltage does not drop more than 2.0 VDC between the power source and the device. • Add power supplies and 710/710F Bus Splitter Repeater Modules for long runs with devices below 11.8 VDC. • Avoid running wires in noisy environments, such as high electrical areas, motor rooms, or elevator shafts. • Use 708 Modules to increase bus performance for long wire runs and noisy environments. • Properly ground the system. Proper Installation Techniques A proper installation begins with proper planning. Examine the application before beginning to run wire or install any devices. Discuss possible wire runs with the entire staff of installers. Drawings and Schematics Site drawings and schematics help ensure that the proper devices are brought to the site. Drawings can also help you identify possible problems with the installation. For example, you may learn that the panel’s location is too close to a source of noise before the installation has actually occurred.
RISKY BUSINESS: The Economic Risks of Climate Change in the United States A Product of the Risky Business Project: Co-Chairs: Michael R. Bloomberg, founder, Bloomberg Philanthropies; 108th Mayor of the City of New York; founder, Bloomberg L.P. Henry M. Paulson, Jr., Chairman of the Paulson Institute; former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Thomas F. Steyer, retired founder, Farallon Capital Management LLC Risk Committee Members: Henry Cisneros, Founder and Chairman, CityView Capital; former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); former Mayor of San Antonio Gregory Page, Executive Chairman, Cargill, Inc. and former Cargill Chief Executive Officer Robert E. Rubin, Co-Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury George P. Shultz, Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution; former U.S. Secretary of State; former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury; former U.S. Secretary of Labor; former Director, Office of Management and Budget; former President, Bechtel Group Donna E. Shalala, President, University of Miami; former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Olympia Snowe, former U.S. Senator representing Maine Dr. Alfred Sommer, Dean Emeritus, Bloomberg School of Public Health; University Distinguished Service Professor, Johns Hopkins University © 2014 Risky Business
Automation Business Unit (IABU) of Delta Electronics focuses our expertise on "Drive, Motion and Control" with our knowledge and experience in automation control. Our R&D teams continue researching and developing key technologies, producing innovative products in industrial automation; for example many OEM’s use our automation products for processing machines used in the food industry, textile industry, chemical industry, electronics industry, metal industry and plastic industry. Our automation equipment is also used in the pharmaceutical industry, printing industry, as well as for energy saving air-conditioning and water treatment facilities. In recent years, we have integrated our industrial automation products, developed industrial control networks, and offered integration services to our clients around the world. Delta's DVP series high-speed, stable and highly reliable PLCs are applied in various automation machines. In addition to its fast logic operations, abundant instructions, various extension cards and cost-effectiveness, DVP series PLCs support many communication protocols, seamlessly integrating the industrial automation control system as a whole. To meet users’ needs for DVP-PLC programming examples, we provide examples of basic instructions including sequential/position control, timed counting and input/output control in DVP-PLC Application Examples. In addition, in this manual we also provides examples of advanced instructions including elementary arithmetic operations, data processing, high speed input/output control, network connection, and PLC communication(AC motor drive / temperature controller / servo motor). DVP-PLC Application Examples includes most common applications in automation control, such as parking lot entry/exit control, material mixing, stock monitoring, level monitoring, traffic lights control, and conveyer belt control. This manual explains methods for applying basic instructions as well as advanced instructions of DVP-PLC to accomplish the field application purposes. Users can easily understand how DVP-PLC features in automation applications through this manual. By referring to our DVP-PLC Application Manual- 【 Programming 】 , users can also apply DVP-PLC efficiently on particular purposes and fulfill various control requirements in industrial automation.