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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Waterleak Test Preparation

Watertest Stand Assembly

  1. Pipe (0.5 x 36 in)
  2. Reducing Tee, Right Stand Only (0.5 x 0.5 x 0.25 in)
  3. Coupling, Left Stand Only, (0.5 in)
  4. Tee, Left Stand Only (0.5 in)
  5. Cross, Right Stand Only (0.5 in)
  6. Pipe to Hose Nipple, Right Stand Only (0.5 in)
  7. Female Hose Coupling (5/8 in)
  8. Input Hose, Right Stand Only (2.0 ft) (5/8 in diameter)
  9. Close Nipple (0.5 in)
  10. Cross (0.5 in) with Weld-On Cap (0.5 in)
  11. Nipple (0.5 x 12 in)
  12. Cap (0.5 in)
  13. Female Hose Coupling (5/8 in)
  14. Cross Hose (12 ft) (5/8 in diameter)
  15. Hose Quick Connect
  16. Pipe to Hose Nipple (0.5 in)
  17. Pipe (0.5 x 60 in)
  18. Water Pressure Gauge. Right Stand Only
  19. Full Jet Spray Nozzle, No. 1/2GG-25 or Equivalent
  20. Coupling (0.5 in)
  1. Assemble the water  test stand as shown.

  1. Position   the stands as shown.

The water spray from the stands should overlap the vehicle as shown.

  1. Have an assistant inside of the vehicle during the test in order to locate any leaks.
  2. The water pressure at the nozzle should maintain a 155 kPa (22 psi), for at least 4 minutes.

  1. In order to check the windshield, aim the water spray 30 degrees down and 45 degrees toward the rear.

Aim the water towards the corner of the windshield.

  1. In order to check the side windows for leaks, position the water stand towards the center of the rear quarter, aiming the water spray 30 degrees down and 45 degrees toward the rear.
  2. In order to check the back window, aim the water spray 30 degrees down and 30 degrees toward the front.
Waterleaks
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