Caution Label Attachment Position

After using a degreasing agent to clean the surfaces of the body where the caution labels will be attached, attach the caution labels to the positions shown in the illustration.

HINT:

1) Attach each caution label with its orientation the same as the numbers shown in the illustration.

2) Make sure the caution label is not attached over a spot weld.

3) When attaching the caution label, make sure not to touch the label's adhesive surface.

4) To prevent the edges of the caution label from peeling, apply extra pressure to the label's periphery.

5) If the work area's temperature is 5*0 or less, the caution label's adhesive will deteriorate. It is recommended that you heat the label to 20 to 40*0.

[GENERAL EXPORT]

Fuel Infomation Label

Fuel Infomation Label

F25769

Loaded Inspection Maintenance Exemption

Loaded Inspection Maintenance Exemption

F25770

Fuel infomation Label

Fuel infomation Label

F25771

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