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T-DAP MAP 32. WPP. Agenda. Toyota General Information Nameplates VIN Fire Safety Vehicle Dimensions Tools & Measurement. Toyota Nameplates. Found on cowl panel Information Model Engine type VIN/Frame number Body colour Trim code Transmission code Axle code Plant name code

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    1. T-DAP MAP 32 WPP

    2. Agenda • Toyota General Information • Nameplates • VIN • Fire Safety • Vehicle Dimensions • Tools & Measurement

    3. Toyota Nameplates • Found on cowl panel • Information • Model • Engine type • VIN/Frame number • Body colour • Trim code • Transmission code • Axle code • Plant name code • Since 1989 – replaced with door certification label

    4. VIN Breakdown • All VIN numbers (Vehicle Identification Numbers) have been 17 digits (alpha-numeric) since 1981 • JT2BA02E3T0123450 • What do all the positions mean?

    5. VIN Breakdown • What year is it? • 1980 started with “A” • 2001 started with “1” • 2010 will start with “A” again

    6. Fire Safety • Types of Fire Extinguishers • Classes

    7. Vehicle Dimensions

    8. Tools & Safety • Hand Tools • SSTs • Measuring Tools

    9. Vernier Calipers • Is considered a precision measuring tool as it can provide information to hundredths of millimeters and thousandths of inches • “Vernier” means small moveable scale that runs parallel to a fixed scale

    10. Vernier Calipers

    11. Vernier Calipers

    12. Vernier Calipers

    13. Vernier Calipers • Proper use

    14. Vernier Calipers • Proper use

    15. Vernier Calipers • Proper use

    16. Vernier Calipers • Proper use

    17. Vernier Calipers

    18. Vernier Calipers

    19. Vernier Calipers

    20. Vernier Calipers

    21. Vernier Calipers • applet

    22. Micrometers • Two types • Inside and outside micrometers • Used to measure inner and outer diameters respectively • Precision vs. verniers

    23. Micrometers • Construction

    24. Micrometers

    25. Micrometers • How does it work? • As the thimble turns on it’s threads, if the pitch of the thread is 1mm, for each revolution of the thimble, the spindle moves 1 mm • Therefore, the markings on the thimble are divisions of 1mm. • What do the markings on the outer sleeve represent?

    26. Micrometers • Zeroing/calibration • Dealing with rotating parts • Must make sure, for accuracy sake that micrometers are calibrated • Clean surfaces • Use ratchet stopper! (I mean properly use) • Use calibration block (usually comes with mic) • Use lock clamp • Line up zero with index line

    27. Micrometers • Zeroing!

    28. Micrometers • Reading micrometers • Make sure micrometer is type you want e.g. imperial/metric • Take note of micrometer size e.g. 0-200mm, 200-400mm, 50-250mm, 0-1 inch,3-4 inch • Use ratchet end slowly to fit mic to object • Close lock clamp

    29. Micrometers • Reading micrometers • From the scale above the index line, note the number of whole units • Note the number of partial units below the index line • From the index line, note the reading on the thimble • Add together to get reading

    30. Micrometers • http://members.shaw.ca/ron.blond/Micrometer.APPLET/

    31. Micrometers

    32. Micrometers

    33. Micrometers

    34. Micrometers

    35. Micrometers

    36. Micrometers

    37. Ten-thousandths? • Some micrometers have another vernier style scale to measure to the ten-thousandths of an inch

    38. Ten-thousandths?

    39. PMI Care • Proper use and care • Always wipe tool clean • Always zero • Ensure tool in good working condition • Ensure surfaces are clean and dry * • Never force tool • When storing – clean & dry, use WD-40 • Store open – let air circulate • Never touch tips

    40. Inside Micrometers • Reads same way as micrometer (same scales, lines etc.) • More difficult to use • Make sure you know starting length! • Open mic until touches and make sure you are on true plane • Position correctly

    41. Inside Micrometers

    42. Inside Micrometers

    43. Depth Micrometers • Reads same way as micrometer (same scales, lines etc.) • Used for determining depth • Can add/remove rods

    44. Depth Micrometers

    45. Telescoping Gauges • Used for measuring bore diameters and other clearances • Also called “snap gauges” • Available in small (small bore gauges) up to 6”

    46. Telescoping Gauges • Consists of two telescoping spring-loaded plungers • A handle • Lock screw • * Small bore gauges are slightly different

    47. Telescoping Gauges • To use: • Compress plungers • Lightly tighten lock screw • Install into bore • Loosen lock screw; plungers expand • tighten lock screw • Measure with micrometer or other proper measuring instrument

    48. Telescoping Gauges

    49. Telescoping Gauges

    50. Telescoping Gauges • Do not: • Open lock screw and allow plungers to open all the way unobstructed • Over tighten the lock screw • Treat the same as a PMI