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                                PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION                                    [G4E0]     1-4
                                                                               4. Post-road Test Inspection


1) Visually check for any signs of leakage of          E: EXTERNAL APPEARANCE AND
engine oil, transmission gear oil, differential        EQUIPMENT
gear oil, etc.
2) Visually check for any sign of coolant leak-        CHECK POINTS
age.                                                      1. Paint
3) Visually check for any sign of brake fluid             2. Scratches or damage to glass
leakage.                                                  3. Rust formation
4) Check the suspension mounting and steer-               4. Contamination of interior parts
ing mounting for any loose or unconnected                 5. Installation of equipment
parts.                                                 1) Check the paint after removing the paint
                                                       protective agent and washing the vehicle.
D: WATER LEAKAGE                                       NOTE:
CHECK POINT                                            Before removing the protective agent, be sure
   1. Water leakage by pouring water                   to wash the vehicle, because the painted sur-
1) Before performing the water leakage test,           face may be scratched if the surface is rubbed
remove anything that may obstruct the opera-           with sand or other hard particles which may be
tion or which must be kept dry.                        attached to the protective agent.
2) Close all of the windows completely, and            2) Check the whole vehicle body for stains,
then close all of the doors tightly. Close the hood    flaking, damage caused by transportation, rust,
and trunk lid before starting the test.                dirt, cracks, or blistering.
3) Connect a hose to a tap, and spray water on
                                                       NOTE:
the vehicle. The rate of water discharge must be
                                                       D It is better to determine an inspection pattern
approx. 20 to 25 liters (5.3 to 6.6 US gal, 4.4 to
                                                       in order to avoid missing an area, since the total
5.5 Imp gal) per minute. When spraying water
                                                       area is not small.
on areas adjacent to the floor and wheel house,
                                                       D It is desirable not to make corrections to the
increase the pressure.
                                                       body paint unless absolutely needed. However,
When directing water on areas other than the
                                                       if any corrections are required to remove
floor portion and wheel house, decrease the
                                                       scratches or rust, the area to be corrected must
pressure. But the force of water must be made
                                                       be limited as much as possible. Re-painting
strong occasionally by pressing the end of the
                                                       and spray painting must be avoided whenever
hose.
                                                       possible.
NOTE:
Be sure to keep the hose at least 10 cm (3.9 in)       3) Carefully check each window glass for
                                                       scratches. Slight damage may be removed by
from the vehicle.
                                                       polishing with cerium oxide. (Half-fill a cup with
4) Check the following areas:                          cerium oxide, and add warm water to it. Then
   (1) Front window and body framework mat-            agitate the content until it turns to wax. Apply
   ing portion                                         this wax to a soft cloth, and polish the glass.)
   (2) Door mating portions                            4) Check each portion of the vehicle body and
   (3) Glass mating portions                           underside components for the formation of rust.
   (4) Rear quarter window mating portions             If rust is discovered, remove it with #80 -- #180
   (5) Rear window and body framework mat-             emery paper, and treat the surface with rust
   ing portion                                         preventive. After this treatment is completed,
   (6) Around roof drips                               flush the portion thoroughly, and prepare the
NOTE:                                                  surface for repair painting.
If any dampness in the compartments is dis-            5) Check each portion of the body and all of the
covered after the water has been applied, care-        chrome parts for deformation or distortion. Also
fully check all areas that may have possibly           check each lamp lens for cracks.
contributed to the leak.




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