The Random Automotive

To better understand why the automotive industry is in the middle of a perfect storm , first go back and consider the also perfect set of events that led to a robust recovery and a record setting 2016 sales year. A tiny split or damage to a hose could, if left unnoticed result in engine or gearbox damage. Engineered components like wheel bearings, crankshafts etc. where metal surface condition is the first indicator of part failure. All these important visual signs require good natural light.

Spring-lock connectors have been used by Ford Motor Company for many years on fuel and AC lines. A special tool is required to disconnect the lines. The tool must be the right size for the line being disconnected. As the tool slides into the line connection, it spreads the garter spring over the other line. The lines can then be pulled apart. Two -rings seal each connection. To reassemble, lube the -rings and then push the lines together until the garter spring clicks and locks the connection. Double check the lock by trying to pull the lines apart.Automotive

Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt. Ing. Heiner Heimes studied mechanical engineering and economics at the RWTH Aachen University. He started working for the WZL in 2010. In 2011, he moved to the group for electromobility production. After graduating with a PhD, he became chief engineer for the field of battery production at PEM in 2014.

We designed the Jeeto to be the best mini-truck for the urban jungle. It offers an unmatched combination of styling, performance and car-like comfort. The peppy M-Dura engine ensures optimum efficiency and lower running costs. A specially designed wide front-screen allows drivers to clearly see oncoming traffic. The semi-forward design ensures offers protection even in the event of a frontal crash. The spacious cabin offers car-like comfort and leg-room, making even long journeys pleasant. It’s no wonder then that the Jeeto is making waves in its category.

The air conditioner needed two external vents: one for the condensation to drip (because in our humid climate the water storage tank fills up too quickly to make it through the night) and one for the hot air to vent. Since we had removed the potty we had a nice round hole in the floor already. This (thanks to a good amount of duct tape which isn’t the prettiest thing, but works) vents the hot air. One additional small hole drilled through for the 1/4 inch drip tube and we were up and running. Note; we had already upgraded the electric and placed an outlet in the closet. With just enough slack in the vent lines, the unit can be wheeled into the main room at night to cool us off and wheeled out of the way during the day. It’s brought down a 98 degree day in high summer to a lovely 76. It’s a win!

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