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Uniform Reference and Dimensional Guidelines for Collision Repair

2019-10-28
CURRENT
J1828_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice defines, for vehicle manufacturers and collision information and equipment providers, the types of vehicle dimensional data needed by the collision repair industry and aftermarket equipment modifiers to properly perform high-quality repairs to damaged vehicles. Both bodyframe and unitized vehicles, including passenger cars and light trucks, are addressed.
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New-Vehicle Collision Repair Information

2019-10-28
CURRENT
J2376_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the various types of information required by the collision repair industry to properly restore light-duty, highway vehicles to their pre-accident condition. Procedures and specifications are defined for damage-related repairs to body, mechanical, electrical, steering, suspension, and safety systems. The distribution method and publication timeliness are also considered.
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STRSW (Squeeze Type Resistance Spot Welding) Equipment Acceptance Criteria for the Collision Repair Industry

2019-10-28
CURRENT
J2667_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a minimum standard for evaluating squeeze-type resistance spot welding (STRSW) equipment and minimum weld performance criteria for two-sided automotive collision repair welding. This document contains several standardized test methods that are designed for evaluating equipment performance in a laboratory environment.
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Paint and Trim Code Location

2019-10-24
CURRENT
J2235_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice is designed to provide readily accessible paint and trim code information on all passenger vehicles, lightweight trucks, and vans in a way that minimizes the time and effort required to locate and effectively use that information for body repair, parts ordering, vehicle maintenance, and information systems.
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Recommended Practice for Optimizing Automobile Damageability and Repairability

2019-10-24
CURRENT
J1555_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to all portions of the vehicle, but design efforts should focus on components and systems with the highest contribution to the overall average repair cost (see 3.7). The costs to be minimized include not only insurance premiums, but also out-of-pocket costs incurred by the owner. Damageability, repairability, serviceability and diagnostics are inter-related. Some repairability, serviceability and diagnostics operations may be required for collision or comprehensive loss-related causes only. Some operations may be for non-collision-related causes only (warranty, scheduled maintenance, non-scheduled maintenance, etc.). Some may be required for both causes. The scope of this document deals with only those operations that involve collision and comprehensive insurance loss repairs.
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OEM Plastic Parts Repair

2019-10-24
CURRENT
J1573_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the information required to repair the various types of plastics found on modern light-duty highway vehicles. Information is included for the repair and refinishing of most plastic body parts, both interior and exterior. Repair information is described for all commonly used plastics including, but not limited to, polyurethanes, polycarbonate blends, modified polypropylenes, polyethylenes and nylons. Repairs can be made to these types of plastics using two-part (2K) repair adhesives, plastic welding, and other materials available from body shop suppliers. When a new type of plastic is being introduced to the market through a new vehicle program, specific repair and refinishing procedures should be provided, following the format in this document. Sheet-molded compounds (SMC), fiber-reinforced plastics (FRP) and carbon fiber reinforced plastics can also be repaired using slightly different procedures and repair materials.
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Vehicle Lift Points for Service Garage Lifting

2019-10-16
CURRENT
J2184_201910
This SAE Standard is directed at the proper communication of the lift points on the vehicle frame or underbody to commercial service personnel for the purpose of raising passenger vehicles, light trucks, and vans completely off the shop floor. To this end, vehicle manufacturers are guided in the proper design of a lift point label and lift points located on the body/frame for use by service garages.
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Numbering System for Multiple Diameter Cutting Tools

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2276_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of multiple diameter cutting tools. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools. NOTE 1— Caution must be taken when assigning codes for designators to prevent specifying cutting tools that cannot be physically or economically manufactured. NOTE 2— In particular without limitation, SAE disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of information contained within this report if the standards of this report are retrieved, combined, or used in connection with any software.
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Numbering System for Single Diameter and Taper Reamers

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2124_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of single diameter and taper reamers. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools. NOTE 1— Caution must be taken when assigning codes for designators to prevent specifying reamers that cannot be physically or economically manufactured. NOTE 2— The Code Number coming from the manufacturer MUST reflect the actual tool construction. NOTE 3— In particular without limitation, SAE disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of information contained within this report if the standards of this report are retrieved, combined, or used in connection with any software.
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Numbering System for Taps

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2123_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of ground thread taps for inch sizes up to 9.999 in with a Maximum Thread-per-Inch of 99.9, and Metric sizes up to 99.9 mm with a Maximum pitch of 9.99 mm. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools. It is not intended for ACME, Buttress, or similar type thread forms. NOTE 1— Caution must be taken when assigning codes to prevent specifying taps that cannot be physically or economically manufactured. NOTE 2— The Code Number coming from the manufacturer MUST reflect the actual tool construction. NOTE 3— In particular without limitation, SAE disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of information contained within this report if the standards of this report are retrieved, combined, or used in connection with any software.
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The Effects of Front-Mounted Accessories on Air Bag Sensors and Crashworthiness

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2431_201910
Almost all light trucks now are being manufactured with at least a driver side air bag and all will have dual air bags by 1998. The driving forces behind this feature are occupant safety, federal regulations, and competition in the industry. Along with the booming popularity of pickups and SUVs, they are commonly accessorized with a wide variety of products. Many accessories for four-wheel drives in particular are mounted on the front of the vehicle. These products include grille/brush guards, winches, snow plows, replacement bumpers, bicycle carriers, etc. Concerns have arisen over the compatibility of these accessories with the vehicle’s air bag system. The vehicle manufacturers are concerned because of their huge investment in design and crash test verification of the complete vehicle system and keen awareness of the federal regulations. The crushability of the front bumper and supporting structure are key elements in the system, so alterations to that area become logical concerns.
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Numbering Systems for End Mills

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2342_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of End Mills. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools. NOTE 1— Caution must be taken when assigning codes for designation to prevent specifying cutting tools that cannot be physically or economically manufactured. NOTE 2— In particular without limitation, SAE disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of information contained within this report if the standards of this report are retrieved, combined, or used in connection with any software.
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Data Security Services

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J1760_201910
The scope of this SAE Recommended Practice is to require the use of the same Security Services as defined by the International Standard ISO/CD 15764, modified by the Class of Security as determined by the resource provider and referenced in Table 1, Extended Data Link Security References.
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ISP-Vehicle Location Referencing Standard

2019-10-03
CURRENT
J1746_201910
This SAE Standard is intended to be used for the communication of spatial data references between central sites and mobile vehicles on roads. References can be communicated from central site to vehicles, or from vehicles to central sites. The document may also be used where appropriate by other ITS applications requiring location references between data sets.
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Performance Engine Building Recommended Practices

2019-10-03
CURRENT
J2379_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to the function of building reciprocating spark-ignition engines which are used in conjunction with standard and high-performance ancillary components in applications intended to achieve a minimum of 1 hp/in3. This document does not apply to rebuilt engines which may only be partially repaired with little or no machining, nor does it apply to second-hand or used engines.
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Recommended Practice for Optimizing Automobile Damageability and Repairability

2016-02-03
HISTORICAL
J1555_201602
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to all portions of the vehicle, but design efforts should focus on components and systems with the highest contribution to the overall average repair cost (see 3.7). The costs to be minimized include not only insurance premiums, but also out-of-pocket costs incurred by the owner. Damageability, repairability, serviceability and diagnostics are inter-related. Some repairability, serviceability and diagnostics operations may be required for collision or comprehensive loss-related causes only. Some operations may be for non-collision-related causes only (warranty, scheduled maintenance, non-scheduled maintenance, etc.). Some may be required for both causes. The scope of this document deals with only those operations that involve collision and comprehensive insurance loss repairs.
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