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Parts and Illustration Catalog 44W January 1982 Accessories ->
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I 5 q Q 5 c el w I s 1 982 B C E G X I I I I PA R I S A N D ll LUS I RA I ION CA I A I O G IMPORTANT Passenger vehicles for 1982 contain many parts dimensioned in the metric system These parts are very close in dimension to familiar customary measurements in the inch system It is important that during any vehicle I T13Il t fI8l IC8 pl OC dUI B TGDIBCGTTIBTII IEISSIGIIGTS IWBVB IIE SGTTIG TUBES urements as those removed whether metric or customary Mismatched or incorrect fasteners can result in vehicle damage or malfunction or possi bly personal injury Fastener sizes denoted on illustrations may not reflect metric dimensions However since the same vehicle may be built with metric or customary fasteners care should be exercised in selecting replacement part equiva lent to the original fasteners in dimensions strength and pitch of thread Both metric and customary fasteners required for replacement are listed in the Warehousing and Distribution Division Standard Parts Catalog A special Warehousing and Distribution Division label saying Metric Fas teners Required in red letters will be used to identify service parts which require metric fasteners but replace parts which originally used inch fas teners This label will enable dealers and over the counter customers to quickly recognize parts which have changed to metric fasteners JAN UARY l 982 l WAREHOUSING AND DISTRIBUTION DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION FLINT MICHIGAN 48554 BUICK 44W PRINTED IN U S A