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Nissan TechNews November 2018

Nissan TechNews November 2018

In this issue:

  • Identifying Nissan Axle Ratios
  • I-CAR® In-Shop Knowledge Assessment
  • No-Clue No-Start
  • Solving Power Window Woes
  • Nissan Approves Resistance Spot Welding, Under Certain Conditions
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Nissan Approves Resistance Spot Welding, Under Certain Conditions

Nissan Approves Resistance Spot Welding, Under Certain Conditions

Learn the circumstances under which squeeze-type resistance spot welding (STRSW) can be used, along with brief tips for equipment settings and repair procedures. Nissan allows Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding (STRSW), but only under certain conditions. The part must be made of steel that is 980 mPa (megaPascals, a measure of tensile strength) or lower, you […]

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Nissan’s Certified Collision Repair Network Program

Nissan’s Certified Collision Repair Network Program

This vital program is an important business tool for savvy collision repair shop owners.

December 2017 | Reply More
Keeping it Straightforward: Alignment Considerations

Keeping it Straightforward: Alignment Considerations

Adjustments on Nissan vehicles, how/when to perform steering angle sensor calibrations, and information about alignment diagnostic angles.

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Pre- and Post-Repair Scanning for Better Collision Repair Results

Pre- and Post-Repair Scanning for Better Collision Repair Results

There is a surprisingly long list of ways in which failing to perform pre- and post-repair scans can ruin a collision technician’s day. Read on for examples of how scanning for trouble codes can assist with diagnosis of both collision-related and repair-induced problems.

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