Buick Regal Owners & Service Manuals

Buick Regal: Arrows and Symbols, Acronyms and Units

ARROWS AND SYMBOLS

This service manual uses various symbols in order to describe different service operations.

ARROWS AND SYMBOLS

  1. Front of Vehicle
  2. View Detail
  3. Ambient Air Mixed with Another Gas or Indicate Temperature Change
  4. Motion or Direction
  5. View Angle
  6. Dimension (1:2)
  7. Ambient/Clean Air Flow or Cool Air Flow
  8. Lubrication Point - Oil or Fluid
  9. Task Related
  10. Sectioning (1:3)
  11. Gas Other Than Ambient Air or Hot Air Flow
  12. Lubrication Point - Grease or Jelly
  13. Multidirectional Arrow

ACRONYMS AND UNITS

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Acronyms

Units

Units

Units

Units

TEXT FORMATS AND SYMBOLS

These punctuation marks and symbols are used in the service information to separate information, values, data, and text.

NOTE: In the examples, the punctuation marks and symbols are bold only to highlight them; in the service information, they are not bold.

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction

GRAPHIC COLORS AND GRAPHIC SYMBOLS

Introduction

  1. Orange - High voltage electrical connectors and harnesses being removed or installed.
  2. Green - Electrical connectors and harnesses being removed or installed.
  3. Red - Fasteners being removed or installed.
  4. Dark Gray - Standout color that shows the component being removed or installed.
  5. Light Gray - Background detail to show component location.
  6. Light Blue - Special tool being used.

Introduction

  1. Drill through top layer of material only
  2. Structural Rivet
  3. Sectioning Location
  4. Drill Hole
  5. Mig Braze Slot
  6. Self-Piercing Rivet
  7. Mig/Mag Plug Weld
  8. Adhesive
  9. Apply Heat
  10. Resistance Spot Weld

CUSTOMER CONCERN VERIFICATION SHEETS

The GM Customer Concern Verification Sheets have been designed to improve communications between the service customer and the technician. The more clearly the technician understands the concern and its symptoms, the more likely the concern will be fixed right the first time.

The GM-wide Customer Concern Verification Sheets are available in GM Global Connect. The Customer Concern Verification Sheets may be printed and reproduced locally.

TRAINING

Dealers

All U.S. GM Dealers participating in the Center of Learning / GM Service Technical College (STC) Programs can enroll through the Center of Learning website at https://www.centerlearning.com. Within the website, there are individual training paths that are designed to assist in planning the training needs for each individual and their job role. Dealers who have questions about Center of Learning Training should contact the Center of Learning help desk at 1-888-748-2687. The help desk is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, excluding holidays. For GM Access support, contact the GM Access Help Desk at 1-888-337-1010.

Fleets

GM Fleet customers with GM Warranty In-Shop agreements are able to participate in service technical training through the Center of Learning/GM Service Technical College (STC).

Assistance for GM fleet registered customers using GM STC training is provided by the Center of Learning help desk at 1-888-748-2687. The help desk is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, excluding holidays. For GM Access support, contact the GM Access Help Desk at 1-888-337-1010.

Most GM STC course materials have associated charges.

To purchase authentic GM STC Training Materials, contact the GM Training Materials Headquarters at 1-800-393-4831.

Non-GM Dealer Technicians

Technician training for non-GM dealers is available through ACDelco. This training is for ACDelco PSC and Fleet program members employed in the automotive or truck service industry.

ACDelco courses are available at approved GM STC Training Centers. Availability and schedules can be obtained by calling 1-800-825-5886 (prompt 1) or contact us via the web at www.acdelcotechconnect.com and select the Training tab. Seminars are also offered through the ACDelco Warehouse Distribution channel. Contact your Local ACDelco representative or distributor directly for more information.

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