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Why Motorcraft Filters? Quality & Confidence - Motorcraft filters meet all new vehicle warranty requirments, reduce engine wear, and Air Filter 6.7L Engines 6.4L & 6.0L Engines Contains twice the amount of filter media versus conventional pleated filters Meets 98.5% efficiency standard in coarse dust testing and has excellent dirt retention properties Dry type cleaner elements are chemically treated to withstand damage from oil and moisture Tight, leak proof, polyurethane seals and specially designed adhesives ensure performance and withstand elevated under-hood temperatures 99.99% efficient @ one micron* and larger, holds over three pounds before needing replacement Contains twice the amount of filter media versus conventional pleated filters Same filter technology as used in the M1 Abrams tank! FD4615 kit contains one replacement cartridge, one complete filter assembly, and associated gaskets Makes for easier maintenance (less labor) because only one cartridge is replaced and the second filter is replaced as an assembly Environmentally friendly top-load cartridge element 98% efficient @ 10 microns and larger Water removal efficiency is 96.5% or greater Environmentally friendly primary and secondary cartridge elements 95% efficient @ four microns and larger* Exclusive, patented Aquabloc technology used to treat filter media ensures separation of water from fuel Water removal efficiency is 95% or greater Achieves an efficiency of 98% at 18 microns and holds up to 29 grams of contaminants Holds 1.5 quarts of oil Rated at 20 microns absolute Dust holding capacity of 29 grams 100% microglass media Silicone anti-drain back valve 95% efficient @ 20 microns and larger* Environmentally friendly, top-load, “dripless” cartridge element Precisely engineered for your Power Stroke Diesel engine Fuel Filter Oil Filter Motorcraft Super Duty Diesel Motor Oil Specially formulated for use in 6.7L, 6.4L, 6.0L, and 7.3L Power Stroke® Diesel engines Low ash formulation designed for conventional and turbocharged diesel engines using Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Meets API Performance Category CJ-4 (15W-40, 10W-30, 5W-40) Minimizes foaming, provides excellent soot control, and fights sludge, varnish, rust, corrosion, and wear ...
The following procedure has been provided to assist with air filter removal or installation during service. NOTE THE CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE INLET BELL MOUTH AND THE GOR (GRILL OPENING REINFORCEMENT) VARIES BETWEEN VEHICLES. IN THIS STEP, JUST ENOUGH CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE INLET COVER AND THE FILTERS 2 INLET WINDOWS IS NEEDED SO THE FILTER DOES NOT GET HUNG ON THE INLET. NOTE COVER SHOULD BE AT APPROXIMATELY 15 DEGREES FROM FILTER, AND VISIBLE GAP ONLY AT THE TOP, AS THE TABS ARE STILL ENGAGED AT THE BOTTOM. ISSUE Some 2003 F250-550 Super Duty and Excursion vehicles equipped with a 6.0L Powerstroke engine, may exhibit a difficult to remove or replace air filter assembly during service. ACTION 1. Release 4 toggle clamps located on top of assembly (Figure 1). 2. Lift inlet slightly, enough to disengage the 2 tabs on the bottom of the inlet cover from the 2 windows on bottom of the filter inlet, and push it forward toward front of vehicle as shown in Figures 2 and 3. Separate the outlet cover from the filter by pushing on top of cover as shown in Figure 4. NOTE: The information in Technical Service Bulletins is intended for use by trained, professional technicians with the knowledge, tools, and equipment to do the job properly and safely. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in proper vehicle service. The procedures should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers”. Do not assume that a condition described affects your car or truck. Contact a Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury dealership to determine whether the Bulletin applies to your vehicle. Copyright © 2003 Ford Motor Company ...
This manual provides the information required for normal servicing. This publication is intended for use by Moto Guzzi Dealers and their qualified mechanics; many concepts have been omitted on purpose as their inclusion would be superfluous. Since complete mechanical explanations have not been included in this manual, the reader must be familiar with basic notions of mechanics, as well as with basic repair procedures. Without such familiarity, repairs and checks could be ineffective and even hazardous. Since the repair and vehicle check instructions are not exhaustive, special care must be taken to avoid damage and injury. Moto Guzzi s.p.a. undertakes to constantly improve the design of its products and their literature to ensure that the customer is satisfied of the product. The main technical modifications and changes in repair procedures are communicated to all Moto Guzzi dealers and agencies world-wide. Such modifications will be entered in subsequent editions of the manual. Should you need assistance or clarifications about the inspection and repair procedures, please contact the Moto Guzzi SERVICE DEPT., they will be glad to give you any information on the matter, or supply you with any detail on updates and technical changes applied to the vehicle. Moto Guzzi s.p.a. reserves the right to make changes to its products at any time, barring any such changes as may alter the essential features of a product as specified in the relevant manual. All rights of storage using electronic means, reproduction and total or partial adaptation, whatever the means adopted, are reserved in all countries. Third parties' products are only mentioned for information purposes, and constitute no engagement. Moto Guzzi s.p.a. is not liable in any way for the performance or use of these products. For further details, see (REFERENCE MANUALS). First edition: October 2005 Produced and printed by: VALLEY FORGE DECA Ravenna, Modena, Torino DECA S.r.l. Registered Office and Administrative Headquarter via Vincenzo Giardini, 11 - 48022 Lugo (RA) - Italy Tel. +39 - 0545 216611 Fax +39 - 0545 216610 E-mail: email@example.com www.vftis.com On behalf of: Moto Guzzi s.p.a. via E.V. Parodi, 57- 23826 Mandello del Lario (Lecco) - Italy Tel. +39 – 0341 - 709111 Fax +39 – 0341 - 709220 www.motoguzzi.it www.servicemotoguzzi.com
People’s expectation toward individual mobility requires more than just a convenient means of transportation. The old understanding of cars has becomeoutdated. A car represents individuals’ lifestyles, and it became an integral part of their lives. At the same time, the automobile industry has experienced seismic change. Hyundai Motor Company has grown rapidly to become one of the largest automakers, backed by world class production capability and superior quality. We have now reached a point where we need a qualitative approach to bring bigger ideas and relevant solutions to our customers. This is an opportunity to move forward and we have developed a new brand slogan that encapsulates our willingness to take a big leap. Led by our new slogan and the new thinking underlying it, we will become a company that keeps challenging itself to unlock new possibilities for people and the planet. A compact car means you have to compromise, right? Wrong. With Hyundai Accent, you’ll wonder how a compact car’s specification can be so comprehensive. Small in size, big in stature Why give up style, performance and refinement just because you’ve made the decision to drive a compact car? Well, you don’t need to. Incorporating features found in higher class cars, Accent gives you sleek good looks, advanced technology and groundbreaking safety attributes, and tops it all off with a robust, sporting character all of its own. Get the look and you attract the looks The world moves fast, so it’s important to catch people’s eye. Accent does just that, with a profile that’s modern, athletic and futuristic. Hungry for the kilometres, lean on the refuelling stops Drive Accent, and immediately, you’re struck by the quiet ride, the generous interior space and the abundance of up-to-theminute technology. You’ll notice something else too: the fuel gauge hardly drops. That’s because Hyundai engineers have devised one of the most fuel efficient engines there is, one that takes only 5.7 liter of fuel burned to run 100 km. (in case of 1.4 Manual Transmission)
In addition to the skilled trades resources used during the dismantlement and installation of new panels, Optimation Rockwell’s Batch Server provided crane operators to lift the equipment from second provided S88 compatible story access, providing a true full service solution for the functionality to manage client. batches. Sub-recipes for similar products greatly simplified recipe creation, avoiding duplication of data. Despite a feeling that the new batch server would run more smoothly, the client remained concerned that lack of a manual panel would slow testing. Consequently, Optimation devised a manual mode screen that could run phases in the controllers without need for the Batch Server to be functioning. This was an even better solution than the manual panel, since the phase logic performed a series of small operations that could still be constrained by interlocks and permissives. This Installed Drive Panels and Operator Panel in the Field was the best of both worlds, manual operation coupled with the added safety of having to follow standard safeguards. Syste m H e a l t h In addition to having the conduit pre-installed and the electrical cables pre-bundled, Optimation was also able to perform an upgrade to the field wiring in the silo area to Class 2 Div 2 standards. This was not part of the automation proposal scope, but was able to be done at the same time to provide greater peace of mind. Another identified risk area was to ensure that existing documentation was accurate and that all instrumentation R esu lt s operated correctly. If a motor was wired backwards or a switch was stuck, a lot of valuable startup time could be The client was very pleased with the on-time and on-budget performance of this project. The production rate also increased wasted needlessly. by 5%, which was achieved due to faster system response in In cooperation with the on-site maintenance crew, the system changing over jobs and running campaigns. was thoroughly inspected to ensure that the wiring list was correct and all instrumentation functioned properly. Any areas that needed maintenance were fixed or identified in advance. 50 High Tech Dr. Rush, NY 14543 585-321-2300 ph 585-321-2700 fax www.optimation.us
Powerful Stance with Eye-Catching Details The new Everest has an unmistakably confident stance that communicates this vehicle is ready to go, whether it’s around town, on a great journey or to even greater heights. The bodywork of Everest’s sides is accentuated by bold wheel arches, which further communicate its stance, on-the-road handling character and off-road capabilities. Visually, Everest is a vehicle of substance. Everest’s profile also features a number of eye-catching details. These features make selective use of contrasting metal shades and chrome to achieve an effect like that of accessories in a fashion ensemble. This self-study programme highlights the design and function of new vehicle models, new automotive components or new technologies. The self-study programme is not a repair manual! All values given are intended as a guideline only. For maintenance and repair work, always refer to the current technical literature. NOTE! Overview New and with Kinetic Design Cues The elegant and refined styling of the front grille, power dome and headlamps provide a distinctive and dependable premium character to the New Ford Everest. Integrated Rear Design The graphically advanced design of the rear tail lamps, the integrated Centre High Mount Stop Lamp, the new rear tail gate design and the chamfered rear bumper epitomizes the New Ford Everest’s character and capabilities. Distinctive and Dominant Alloy Wheels Comes standard on all derivatives and adds stunning visual appeal to the Tough and Contemporary New Ford Everest Unique 5-Speed Automatic Transmission with Overdrive Feature The class leading 5-speed automatic transmission offers the right balance of performance and fuel economy. Interior Flexibility with Synchronic Seats The New Ford Everest’s interior versatility provides the optimal mix between seven-seat comfort and outstanding space. Copyright © 2009 Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa.
2012 FORD EVEREST EXTERIOR COLORS Cool White Sparkling Gold Metallic Copper Red Metallic All about capability. ll capability Gunmetal Blue Metallic STANDARD FEATURES SAFETY & SECURITY • 4x2 • Air conditioning • 3-point safety belts with height-adjustable D-rings • Airbags2 – Driver and front-passenger front • Cupholders (8) • Front tow hooks • Brakes – Power with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) • Grab handles • Powerpoints (2) Metropolitan Grey Metallic • Power steering • Roof rack Black Metallic • Seating – 7-person • Side step bars INTERIOR COLOR • Tilt steering column • Transmission – 5-speed • Wheel-lip moldings with integrated mud flaps (front and rear) • Wheels – 16" Silver with P245/70R16 tires AVAILABLE FEATURES1 • 4x4 • Airbags2 – Front-seat side • Audio – AM/FM stereo/single-CD player with MP3 capability, auxiliary audio input jack and 4 speakers • Audio – AM/FM stereo/single-CD player with MP3 capability, auxiliary audio input jack and 6 speakers • Audio – AM/FM stereo/6-disc in-dash CD changer with MP3 capability, auxiliary audio input jack and 6 speakers • Burglar alarm system • DVD system with overhead DVD monitor • Front fog lamps • Keyless entry keypad • Limited-slip differential • Seats – Leather-trimmed 2011 Everest shown. Highlight Silver Metallic Camel POWERTRAINS1 – 2.5L diesel (WLT)/5-speed manual – 2.5L diesel TDCi (WL-C)/5-speed manual/automatic – 3.0L diesel TDCi (WE-C)/5-speed automatic1 2011 Everest interior shown. ENGINES NET HORSEPOWER (kW @ rpm) TRANSMISSION 2.5L Diesel (WLT) NET TORQUE (N•m @ rpm) 268 @ 2,000 Manual 81 @ 3,500 2.5L Diesel TDCi (WL-C) Manual/Automatic 105 @ 3,500 330 @ 1,800 3.0L Diesel TDCi (WE-C) Automatic 115 @ 3,200 380 @ 1,800 SPECIFICATIONS DIMENSIONS (mm) Length (including spare tire) 5,062 Width 1,788 Height 1,826 Overhang – front rear 891 1,311 Turning radius (m) 6.1 Fuel (liters) 71 1 Available on select series. Restrictions may apply. See your dealer for details. 2Always wear your safety belt and secure children in the rear seat. Ford Motor Company reserves the right to change product specifications at any time without incurring obligations. Features shown may be offered only in combination with other options or subject to additional ordering requirements or limitations. Availability varies by market. See your dealer for details. © 2011 Ford Motor Company, Published by Export Operations and Global Growth Initiatives.
vehicle production data1, information on incidents involving rear impact and subsequent fire or fuel leaks, and data related to Chrysler’s self-certification tests for Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 301, Fuel System Integrity. Information requests were also sent to manufacturers of peer vehicles to the Grand Cherokee and Liberty, including to Ford, General Motors, Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Isuzu and Suzuki. Like the Grand Cherokee and Liberty, the peer vehicles are sport utility vehicles. The peer vehicles include the Toyota 4Runner, Ford Explorer, Jeep Wrangler, Nissan Pathfinder, Chevrolet Blazer, Mitsubishi Montero, Isuzu Rodeo, Isuzu Trooper, Suzuki Sidekick and Suzuki XL-7.2 Chrysler and the other companies responded to the information requests. In addition to this information, ODI obtained incident information from the fatality analysis reporting system (FARS) and NHTSA complaint databases regarding Jeep vehicles and the peer vehicles in rear crashes. For crashes where police accident reports were available, the police reports were collected for both peer vehicles and the Jeep vehicles. ODI analyzed the information. ODI’s analysis revealed that the MY 2002- 2007 Jeep Liberty and the MY 1993-2004 Grand Cherokee performed poorly when compared to all but one of the MY 1993-2007 peer vehicles, particularly in terms of fatalities, fires without fatalities, and fuel leaks in rear end impacts and crashes.
The Center for Auto Safety has sent a petition t o the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), calling for the recall o f over three million Jeep Grand Cherokees, claiming that the vehicles have a design flaw in their gas tanks that makes them potential fire hazards. The petition states that "the plastic fuel tank on 1993-2004 models is n o t adequately protected from a rear impact because it is behind the rear axle." In addition, the plastic gas-tank can b e easily punctured in a crash by a bolt from the rear sway bar, which the Motor Vehicle Fire Research Institute o f Charlottesville, Virginia found t o b e little more than a tenth o f an inch away. Grand Cherokees made from 1993 t o 2004 have "a fatal crash-fire occurrence rate that is about four times higher than S.U.V.s made b y other companies," the letter states. The executive director o f the Center for Auto Safety, Clarence Ditlow, told the agency, "his search of its Fatality Analysis Reporting System found 172 fatal fire crashes resulting in 254 deaths between 1992, when the Grand Cherokee was introduced, and 2008," the N e w York Times reported. Those numbers included 44 crashes that resulted in 64 deaths, with investigators deeming fire as the "most harmful event." When Jeep introduced the 2005 Grand Cherokee model, they positioned the fuel tank in front o f the rear axle. This redesign has been carried over through each successive model, and the number o f fires and fire related deaths have dramatically decreased in accidents involving Grand Cherokees made in those years. The petition notes that since the redesign, there has been only one fatal fire crash, and that fire occurred only after b o t h persons had been ejected from the vehicle. The petition issued by the Center for Auto Safety cites investigations done on the 1971-1976 Ford Pintos related t o fire-hazardous fuel tanks o n the basis o f much fewer crashes.