Daewoo Tacuma: Body Repair Manual - part 17

 

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Daewoo Tacuma: Body Repair Manual - part 17

 

 

5–14   ROOF, BACK PANEL AND REAR FLOOR PANEL

8. Remove the main welding.

Weld the rear floor and cross member rear seat

with a MIG welder fillet weldings as shown.

Fig. 19

Spot weld the rear floor and extension rear floor

with rear longitudinal flange areas and web plate
flanges as shown.

CAUTION: To prevent eye injury and burns when
welding, wear an approved welding helmet, gloves
and safety shoes.

Perform a trial welding first, and check the weld-

ing condition.

Increase the number of spot by 20% for areas to

be spot welded.

 9. Weld the back panel

The back panel to be welded when replacement

the back panel.

10.Finish the welding area.

Level the MIG welded areas with a disc sander,

then even out high areas with a hammer being
careful not to deform them.

CAUTION: To prevent eye injury, wear goggles or
safety glasses whenever standing, cutting, or grind-
ing.

FORWARD

REAR FLOOR

CROSS MEMBER REAR SEAT

NEW REAR FLOOR

Fig. 20

Use a hammer and dolly to even out the spot

welded areas for a close fill the flange surface
together.

11.Apply the sealer.

Apply the sealer at the overlapped areas of the

rear floor and extension rear floor, and welded
surfaces of the matching panel and all sealing
gaps completely.

12.Apply the undercoat.

Undercoat to the rear wheelhouse and designated

rear floor.

13.Apply the paint

CAUTION

Ventilate when spraying paint. Most paint contains

substances that are harmful if inhaled or swal-
lowed.

Read the paint label before opening paint con-

tainer.

ROOF, BACK PANEL AND REAR FLOOR PANEL  5–15

Avoid contact with skin. Wear an approved respi-

rator, gloves, eye protection and appropriate cloth-
ing when painting.

Paint is flammable. Store in a safe place, and keep

it away from sparks, flames or cigarettes.

14.Apply the deadner.

Clean the passenger and trunk compartment.

Apply the deadner to the surface of rear floor and

extension rear floor.

15.Install the related parts.

Install in the reverse order in which they were re-

moved.

16.Check and adjust

Check clearances and level differences.

Check the trunk locking and unlocking condition.

Check all operation.

Check for water leaks in the trunk compartment.

NOTE:  Use specified check sheet for operation
check properly.

Fig. 21

FRAME DOOR OPENING, DOOR AND SIDE PANEL OUTER  6–1

SECTION 6

FRAME DOOR OPENING, DOOR AND

SIDE PANEL OUTER

CONTENTS

1.  FRAME DOOR OPENING ............................................................................................................... 6-2

•  General description ....................................................................................................................... 6-2

•  Repair procedure ........................................................................................................................... 6-3

2.  DOOR ............................................................................................................................................... 6-6

•  Repair procedure ........................................................................................................................... 6-6

3.  SIDE PANEL OUTER ...................................................................................................................... 6-8

•  General description ....................................................................................................................... 6-8

•  Repair procedure ........................................................................................................................... 6-9

6–2   FRAME DOOR OPENING, DOOR AND SIDE PANEL OUTER

1. FRAME DOOR OPENING

1-1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The frame door opening consist of frame door area and
side outer area. It forms the base for the front, rear doors
and other parts and maintains the rigidity of the doors
and roof. The frame door opening area should, depend-
ing on the degree of damage, be repaired as much as
possible rather than repalced.(Repair by pulling out)

Fig. 1  Frame Door Opening Welding Assembly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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