Parts Procedures

Nethery, Tony
May 2011
South Texas Automotive Report;May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
The author looks at the automobile parts manufacturing process and provides tips to prevent repair delays due to parts problems. He suggests taking photographs of assemblies before they are taken apart and reviewing these photographs during reassembly or when ordering parts. He recommends identifying parts that are reusable and those that should be replaced. Other tips include confirming that all parts are on repair order and making sure plastic trays for clips and bolts are available.


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