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HONDA Front Seat Belt Replacement Warranty Policy

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CUSTOMER INFORMATION : The information in this bulletin is intended for use only by skilled technicians who have the proper tools, equipment, and training to correctly and safely maintain your car. These procedures should not be attempted by “do-it-yourselfers,” and you should not assume this bulletin applies to your car, or that your car has the condition described. To determine whether this information applies, contact an authorized Honda automobile dealer. ? 1996 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved . ATB 14788-17665 (9601) 1 of 2 JAN 22, 1996 92-012 BODY ALL 1986 and later Applicable To Model File U nder Issu e D ate Bulletin N o. Service Bulletin Front Seat Belt Replacement Warranty Policy (Supersedes 92-012, dated March 13, 1992) Warranty policy for front seat belt replacement is to replace either the belt/retractor mechanism or the buckle when either does not work properly. Warranty covers the replacement of the failed half of a belt, not the entire assembly (see PARTS INFORMATION ). NOTE: For 1970 through 1985 models, seat belts are replaced as a complete assembly under a separate warranty policy. COMPONENT REPLACEMENT Front seat belts are made by several suppliers, and some are sold as individual components (two separate halves); they are not stocked as a complete set. Therefore, whenever you replace a belt, make sure the new belt half is the same type and from the same manufacturer as the original – otherwise, the belt may not buckle properly. To determine the manufacturer and type (or “model”) of the belt, look for the white tag on the original belt in the car. The tag is on the retractor side of the belt (visible at the lower attachment point), or on the belt if you pull the belt all the way out. From the tag, mark down the manufacturer’s name (either Nippon Seiko K.K. or Takata), the belt “model” number and the date of manufacture. If the tag is missing or illegible, look on the buckle component for the name Nippon Seiko K.K. or the stylized “T” mark () for Takata. NOTE: Some belts may have NSK Warner K.K. as the manufacturer’s name. Use Nippon Seiko K.K. belts as the replacement. Take the information to your Parts Department to order the proper replacement belt. NOTE: For more information on seat belts and seat belt related items read: -Twisted Seat Belt (ServiceNews, July ’85) -Seat Belt Testing and Repair (Service Bulletin 86-014, August ’86) -Automatic Seat Belt Troubleshooting (ServiceNews, May ’89) -Lap Belt Retracts Slowly (Service Bulletins 90-003, January ’90 and 90-012, April ’90) -Torn Seal on Seat Belt Track (Service Bulletin 91-004, March ’91) -Slow to Retract Seat Belt, Cleaning the Guide Ring (ServiceNews, April ’91) -Accord Shoulder Belt System Wire Colors (ServiceNews, May ’91) -Seat Belt Slow to Retract (Service Bulletin 91-030, December ’91) Refer to your Service Bulletin Index and the ServiceNews Index for model specific information. Most repairs do not require seat belt component replacement. PARTS INFORMATION For front seat belt replacement ordering information and availability, contact your parts center.

1993 Dodge Dakota FUSE PANEL IDENTIFICATION

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3 – 10 Amp (Red) (1992-93); 15 Amp (Lt Blue) (1994-95) Back-Up Lights, A/C Electronic Cycling Switch (1992-93); Back-Up Lights, Airbag Module, Overhead Console (1994-95). 4 – Not Used (1992); 5 Amp (Tan) (1993-95) ABS Brake System. 5 – 20 Amp (Yellow) Power Door Locks. 6 – 15 Amp (Lt. Blue) Horn, Tachometer. 7 – 10 Amp (Red) Anti-Lock Brake Module, Stoplights, Buzzers. 8 – 20 Amp (Yellow) Taillights, Park, Side Marker Lights, Clock & Radio Display Intensity, License & Panel Lights. 9 – 15 Amp (Lt. Blue) Cigarette Lighter. 10 – 20 Amp (Yellow) Windshield Washers & Wipers. 11 – 20 Amp (Yellow) Turn Signals, Rear Wheel Anti-Lock Module. 12 – 10 Amp (Red) Radio. 13 – 4 Amp (Pink) Cluster Lights, A/C & Heater Controls, Cigarette Lighter Light & Ash Receiver Light, Radio Lights & Overdrive Switch Light. 14 – Not Used (1992-93); 15 Amp (Lt. Blue) (1994-95 Airbag Module, Speedometer, Gauges, Telltales. 15 – 2 Amp (Gray) Speed Control. 16 – 5 Amp (Tan) Gauges & Indicator Lights: Low Oil Light, Low Washer Light, Service Reminder Light, Transmission Oil Light, Brake Warning Light, Anti-Lock Brake Warning Light, Fuel Pacer Light, 4WD Indicator Light, Malfunction Indicator Light, Warning Buzzer, Overdrive Switch (1992-93); Transmission Oil Temperature Lamp, 4WD Lamp, Overdrive Module Seat Belt Warning Buzzer (1994-95). 17 – (Blank) Not Used. 18 – (Blank) Not Used. 19 – (Blank) Not Used. 20 – Not Used (1992-93); 25 Amp (Natural) (1994-95) Fog Lamps and Off Road Lamps. 21 – Turn Signal Flasher No additional definition. 22 – Time-Delay Relay No additional definition. 23 – Horn Relay No additional definition. 24 – Hazard Flasher No additional definition. 25 – Warning Buzzer

1995 Volvo 850 L5-2.3L Turbo Relay Identification and Location

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Relay Identification and Location Relays Inside the Central Electrical Unit 101-102Control module, cruise control (4/3) 103 Fuel pump relay (2/23) 104,108Main headlight relay with bulb malfunction indicator (2/1) 105 Overload relay +X supply (2/30) 106 Overload relay +15 supply (2/31) 107 Overload relay +X supply (2/60) 201 Fog light relay (2/2) 202 Relay, deadlock setting (2/47) 203 Relay, windshield intermittent wiper (2/4) 204 Relay, tailgate intermittent wiper (2/16) 205-206Relay, central lock and delayed inside lighting (2/7) 207 Speed warning (2/51) or exhaust temp. sensor relay (2/15) 208 Relay, heated rear window and door mirrors (2/44) 210-211Relay, anti-theft alarm (2/28) 212 Relay, seat belt reminder/key warning (2/5) 213 Front fog lights, bridge (25/9) 214 Relay, heated rear seat (2/43) If the car is not equipped with a theft alarm, position 210 is bridged and 211 is unconnected. Relays Outside the Central Electrical Unit

1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T TIMING BELT And BALANCE SHAFT BELT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Removal 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove engine undercover. Place wooden block between jack and oil pan, and raise engine slightly. Remove engine mount assembly near timing belt cover. 2. Remove clamp for power steering return hose near timing belt cover. Remove all drive belts and tensioner pulley bracket. See Fig. 1 . Remove power steering and water pump pulleys. Rotate crankshaft clockwise so that No. 1 cylinder is at TDC of compression stroke. Remove crankshaft pulley. 3. Remove upper timing belt cover and gasket. Remove stub bolt of engine support bracket, and remove center timing belt cover. Remove lower timing belt cover. 4. Ensure camshaft, crankshaft and oil pump sprocket timing marks are aligned. See Fig. 2 or Fig. 3 . Loosen tensioner pulley center bolt. Move tensioner to relieve timing belt tension. Remove timing belt. Remove timing belt auto tensioner. See Fig. 1 . 5. Remove plug from left side of cylinder block. Install a .31″ (8.0 mm) diameter Phillips screwdriver into the hole against balance shaft. See Fig. 4 . Screwdriver must go in at least 2.36″ (60 mm) or more. If screwdriver will only go in about .79-.98″ (20-25 mm) before striking balance shaft, turn sprocket one revolution and align timing mark. Keep screwdriver in place until timing belt is installed. This ensures balance shaft driven by oil pump sprocket remains in correct position. 6. To remove timing belt “B” (balance shaft belt), hold crankshaft sprocket stationary with a spanner wrench. Remove crankshaft sprocket bolt. Using gear puller, remove outer crankshaft sprocket. 7. Remove crankshaft sensing blade (if equipped). See Fig. 5 . Loosen timing belt “B” tensioner bolt. If reusing timing belt “B”, mark direction of belt rotation for reassembly reference. Remove timing belt “B Inspection 1. Inspect timing belts for damaged teeth and cracking. Ensure belts are not contaminated with oil. Check tensioners for free rotation and grease leakage. Replace components if damaged or if grease leakage exists. 2. Check timing belt auto tensioner for leaks. Hold timing belt auto tensioner upright. Measure rod protrusion above edge of housing. See Fig. 6 . Length should be .47″ (12 mm). Apply 22-44 lbs. (10-20 kg) of force to end of rod. If auto tensioner rod moves more than 0.39″ (1 mm), replace the auto tensioner.

2005 TOYOTA TACOMA PICKUP DASH FRONT DOOR PANEL INSTALLATION MANUAL

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ANTENNA: THE FACTORY ANTENNA IS LOCATED ATOP THE FRONT PASSENGER FENDER. RADIO REMOVAL AND IN-DASH INSTALLATION: NOTE: THE FACTORY RADIO PROVISION IS A DOUBLE DIN OPENING. 1. USING A PICK TOOL, CAREFULLY POP OUT THE A/C CONTROLS. 2. EXTRACT (4) 10MM BOLTS SECURING THE RADIO TO THE DASH, DISCONNECT AND REMOVE. FRONT DOOR SPEAKER INSTALLATION: NOTE: THE FACTORY SPEAKER PROVISION IS FOR A 6 1/2″ SPEAKER MOUNTED IN A FACTORY ADAPTER. 1. REMOVE “A” TRIM PANEL FROM TOP FRONT CORNER OF DOOR PANEL. 2. EXTRACT (1) PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW FROM DOOR HANDLE. 3. REMOVE ARM REST COVER AND EXTRACT (5) PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS FROM BEHIND. 4. REMOVE (1) PUSH-TAB FASTENER FROM FRONT UPPER DOOR PANEL NEAR MIRROR. 5. USING A PANEL REMOVAL TOOL, CAREFULLY RELEASE PANEL, LIFT AWAY AND REMOVE. 6. EXTRACT (3) 10MM BOLTS SECURING SPEAKER, LIFT AWAY, DISCONNECT AND REMOVE. REAR SPEAKER INSTALLATION: NOTE: 2-DOOR REGULAR CAB HAS NO FACTORY REAR SPEAKER PROVISION. EXTENDED CAB REAR-SIDE DOOR SPEAKER INSTALLATION: 1. REMOVE (1) PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW FROM DOOR HANDLE, THEN REMOVE HANDLE COVER. 2. REMOVE (1) PHILLIPS FROM ARMREST POCKET. 3. REMOVE (1) POP TAB AT THE TOP OF THE DOOR PANEL. 4. REMOVE (1) 15 MM BOLT SECURING SEAT BELT TO BOTTOM OF THE DOOR. 5. USING A PANEL REMOVAL TOOL, CAREFULLY RELEASE PANEL, LIFT AWAY AND REMOVE. 6. EXTRACT (3) 10MM BOLTS SECURING SPEAKER, LIFT AWAY, DISCONNECT AND REMOVE. 4-DOOR CREW-CAB REAR SIDE DOOR SPEAKER INSTALLATION: 1. REMOVE (1) PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW FROM DOOR RELEASE HANDLE. 2. REMOVE (1) PHILLIPS FROM ARMREST POCKET. 3. REMOVE TRIM PANEL ON REAR SIDE OF WINDOW. 4. REMOVE (1) PUSH-TAP FASTENER EXPOSED IN STEP #3 ABOVE. 5. USING A PANEL REMOVAL TOOL, CAREFULLY RELEASE PANEL, LIFT AWAY, UNPLUG CONNECTORS AND REMOVE. 6. EXTRACT (3) 10MM BOLTS SECURING SPEAKER, LIFT AWAY, DISCONNECT AND REMOVE.