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Color coding

Different colors or shading can be used to depict special areas and components.

Color coding

  • Blue: Main component which will be removed or installed. Only actual movements will be shown in blue in the diagram.
  • Magenta: Materials or fixings, e.g. bolts, clips, spot welds or adhesives.
  • Yellow: Component which is being cleaned or loosened, moved or fastened, but remains in the vehicle.
  • Light blue: Color for special tools and color for equipment.

In an assembly operation, the colors show the sequence of removal steps.

  • Blue: Main component which is being installed, removed, taken away or added.
  • Green: Component which, in addition to the main component (blue) is being installed, removed, taken away or added.
  • Brown: Component which, in addition to the main component (blue) and the additional component (green) is being installed, removed, taken away or added.

Movement arrows

Necessary work such as clinching flanges or moving lugs etc. will be represented by broken arrows.

Movement arrows

Magnified and detailed views

If a detail cannot be clearly seen in the illustration because of its size or location, it is shown enlarged in a separate window.

Magnified and detailed views

Position lines within a diagram

A position line is used to indicate a special position or a component. A spot weld which must be drilled out through two panel thicknesses is indicated here, different to all the others.

Position lines within a diagram

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