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Quiz 19 :

Welded Panel Replacement

Quiz 19 :

Welded Panel Replacement

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A panel replacement illustration shows the type, number, and location of cuts and welds needed to properly install a structural panel.
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With sag damage, it is often necessary to replace the front roof panel that fits between the two A-pillars.
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____ are small metal pieces cut to fit behind or inside a box section.
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____ have wide U-shaped jaws for reaching around and holding panels at their flanges.
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All of the following are examples of structural panels in unibody construction EXCEPT:
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Crush zones are currently designed into all front and rear rails.
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Partial replacement panels are often designed to replace only a section or area of a large panel.
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OEM replacement panels are purchased from aftermarket panel manufacturers.
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Recent testing has determined that spot welding of front section frame rails and rocker panels can yield a tighter fitting section and superior corrosion protection when compared to inserts.
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____ usually cost less than new parts, and they also have OEM corrosion protection.
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A(n) ____ includes a lever and clamp for pushing the drill into the panel flange for rapid removal of panel welds.
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____ are undamaged panels cut off a wrecked vehicle at a salvage yard.
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Full body sectioning procedures often require sectioning the two A-pillars, two rocker panels, and the floor pan.
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____ involves cutting the part in a location other than a factory seam.
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A lap joint is used mainly on closed sections, such as rocker panels, A- and B-pillars, and rails.
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Replacement panels are whole, unsectioned panels as designed by the auto manufacturer.
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A test weld is done on scrap pieces of metal that are the same thickness and type of metal as the parts to be repaired.
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____ a part should be analyzed to make sure it will not jeopardize structural integrity.
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____ are manufactured by smaller companies, not the original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
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While having a discussion, Technician A says that clamping pliers are often used to hold the new panel in place while welding.Technician B says that self-tapping screws can be used to hold new panels in position while welding.Who is correct?
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