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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Vehicle Certification, Tire Placard, Anti-Theft, and Service Parts ID Label

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Vehicle Certification Label

Vehicle Certification Label

The vehicle certification label is located on the driver door and displays the following assessments:

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)

Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR), front and rear

The gross vehicle weight (GVW) is the weight of the vehicle and everything it carries. The gross vehicle weight must not exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. Include the following items when figuring the GVW:

  1. Name of Manufacturer
  2. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
  3. Gross Axle Weight Rating (Front, Rear)
  4. Canadian Safety Mark (w/RPO Z49)
  5. Certification Statement
  6. Vehicle Class Type (Pass Car, etc.)
  7. Vehicle Identification Number
  8. Date of Manufacture (Mo/Yr)

Tire Placard

The tire placard label is located on the driver door and displays the following assessments:

  1. Specified Occupant Seating Positions
  2. Maximum Vehicle Capacity Weight
  3. Original Equipment Tires Size
  4. Tire Pressure, Front, Rear, and Spare (Cold)

Service Parts ID Label

The vehicle service parts identification label is located in the rear compartment under the spare tire cover. The label is use to help identify the vehicle original parts and options.

  1. Vehicle Identification Number
  2. Engineering Model Number (Vehicle Division, Line, and Body Style)
  3. Interior Trim Level and Decor
  4. Exterior (Paint Color) WA Number
  5. Paint Technology
  6. Special Order Paint Colors and Numbers
  7. Vehicle Option Content

Anti-Theft Label

  1. The Federal law requires that General Motors label certain body parts on this vehicle with the VIN. The purpose of the law is to reduce the number of motor vehicle thefts by helping in the tracing and recovery of parts from stolen vehicles.

    Labels are permanently affixed to an interior surface of the part. The label on the replacement part contains the letter R, the manufacturer's logo, and the DOT symbol.

    The anti-theft label must be covered before any painting, rustproofing procedures, and uncovered after the procedures.

    Failure to follow the precautionary steps may result in liability for violation of the Federal Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard and possible suspicion to the owner that the part was stolen.

RPO Code List (GME)

The following table provides the description of the Regular Production Option (RPO) codes that are available on the vehicle. The vehicle's RPO list is printed on the Service Parts Identification Label.

Fasteners

Vehicle, Engine and Transmission ID and VIN Location, Derivative and Usage
Note:: Graphic shows exemplary VIN. The VIN plate is the legal identifier of the vehicle. The VIN plate is located on the upper left corner of the instrument panel (I/P) and can be seen throug ...

Fasteners
Table 1: Metric Prevailing Torque Fastener Minimum Torque Development Table 2: English Prevailing Torque Fastener Minimum Torque Development ...

Other materials:

Installation Procedure
Prepare all mating surfaces as necessary. Align the front hinge pillar body reinforcement. Create 6 x 20 mm (4/16 x 12/16 in) slots for MIG-brazing in locations where you can not apply   a resistance spot welder. Clean and prepare the attaching surfaces for spot welding a ...

Removal Procedure
Warning: Refer to Approved Equipment for Collision Repair Warning in the Preface section. Disable the SIR System. Refer to SIR  Disabling and Enabling. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnection and Connection. Remove all related panels and ...

Headlamps, Front Turn Signal and Parking Lamps
1. Parking/Turn Signal Lamp 2. High-Beam Headlamp/ Low-Beam Headlamp and DRL High-Beam Headlamp/ Low-Beam Headlamp and DRL 1. Open the hood 2. For the driver side bulb, remove the windshield washer bottle filler neck by firmly pulling it straight up and out of the bottle. 3. Remove the co ...

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