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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Installation Procedure

  1. Create 6 x 20 mm (4/16 x 11/16 in) slots for MIG-brazing along the upper edges of the service panel as noted from the original panel.
  2. Clean and prepare the attaching surfaces for brazing and spot welding.

  1. Position the body lock pillar inner panel on the vehicle.
  2. Verify the fit of the panel.
  3. Clamp the body lock pillar inner panel into position.

  1. Braze accordingly the body lock pillar inner panel upper.

  1. Spot weld accordingly the  body lock pillar inner panel lower.
  2. Apply the sealers and anti-corrosion materials to the repair area, as necessary. Refer to Anti-Corrosion Treatment and Repair.
  3. Paint the repaired area. Refer to Basecoat/Clearcoat Paint Systems.
  4. Install all related panels and components.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnection and Connection.
  6. Enable the SIR system. Refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling.
Removal Procedure
Warning: Refer to Approved Equipment for Collision Repair Warning in the Preface section. Warning: Refer to Glass and Sheet Metal Handling Warning in the Preface section. Disable the SIR Syst ...

Rocker Outer Panel Sectioning (MAG-Welding)
Note: According to different corrosion warranties, only the regional mandatory joining methods are allowed. ...

Other materials:

Shock Absorber Disposal
Warning: Use the proper eye protection when drilling to prevent metal chips from causing physical injury. Clamp the strut in a vise horizontally with the rod ( 1) completely extended. Drill a hole in the strut at the center of the end cap (3) using a 5 mm (3/16 in) drill bit. Gas o ...

Relieving Fuel Pressure Warning
Warning: Remove the fuel tank cap and relieve the fuel system pressure before servicing the fuel system in order to reduce the risk of personal injury. After you relieve the fuel system pressure, a small amount of fuel may be released when servicing the fuel lines, the fuel injection pump, or ...

Variable Effort Steering System Description and Operation
The Variable Effort Steering (VES) system or MAGNASTEER varies the amount of effort required to steer the vehicle as vehicle speed changes. At low speeds, the system provides minimal steering effort for easy turning and parking maneuvers. Steering effort is increased at higher speeds to provi ...

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