Acura RL (1996-2004 year). Instruction — page 33

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Glossary

Lacquer

A type of paint that uses cellulose nitrate or other chemicals, and which dries by

evaporation of its solvent agent.

Meramine resin

Used as component for aminoalkyd resin paint and heat-hardening acrylic resin

paint.

Metallic-base paint

Paint with aluminum powder for metallic tone.

Mist coat

Painting for fade-in sections. A small amount of paint may be

dissolved with slow-evaporating thinner, or thinner alone may be applied with low

pressure. 150-200kPa (1.5-2. 0 kgf/cm

2

, 21.3-28.4psi)

Mixing scale

Color mixing device.

Overlap

Blending of spray patterns.

Overspray

Spraying other than the area that needs painting.

Paddle

A tool to mix paint.

Paint dust

Dust of paint formed by spraying.

Paper dispenser

A paper posting device (masker) that combines tape and paper.

Scrapes

Traces of scratches.

Scuffing

Particles on the painted surface are lightly polished with fine emery paper (#600 or

over).

Set (setting)

Evaporation time of solvent in the paint, before drying the layer forcefully or by

baking. (May be considered the same as flash-off time.)

Single coat-

Application of paint in single layer.

Spot paint

Painting of small section, such as for touch-up.

Undercoat

Undercoat paint (such as primer and surfacer). May be applied to lower section of

car for noise prevention and rustproofing.

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Wet coat

Paint is applied with an excess of solvent, thereby producing a painted surface that’s

smooth, glossy, and has a wet look.

Wet film

Paint which has not dried completely.

Wet on wet

Application of the next coat of paint before the preceding layer has dried completely.

Wool bonnet

Wool grinder for compound polishing.

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Service Precautions

Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)

The Acura 3.5RL SRS includes a driver’s airbag, located in the steering wheel hub, a front passenger’s airbag located in the dashboard

above the glove box, and seat belt tensioners located in the seat belt retractors. The SRS unit is not part of the airbag assembly and

has built-in sensors (SRS-Type III).

NOTE: The following precautions should be observed when performing sheet metal work, paint work and repair work around

the locations of the SRS components.

NOTE: Refer to the Service Manual (Supplemental Restraint System) for removal and replacement of SRS related components.

SRS unit (including safing sensor and impact sensor) is located under the dashboard. Avoid strong impact with a hammer

or other tools when repairing the front side frame and the lower part to the dashboard. Do not apply heat to these areas

with a torch, etc.
All SRS electrical wiring harnesses are located under the lower part of the dashboard below the dashboard panel. (All SRS

electrical wiring harnesses are covered with yellow insulation.) Care should be taken not to damage the harness when

repairing this area.

Do not apply heat of more than 100°C (212°F) when drying painted surfaces anywhere around the locations of SRS components.

If strong impact or high temperature needs to be applied to the areas around the locations of SRS components, remove the

components before performing repair work.
If any of the SRS related components are damaged or deformed, be sure to replace them.

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Service Precautions

Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)

The Acura 3.5RL SRS includes a driver’s airbag, located in the steering wheel hub, a front passenger’s airbag located in the dashboard

above the glove box, and seat belt tensioners located in the seat belt retractors. The SRS unit is not part of the airbag assembly and

has built-in sensors (SRS-Type III).

NOTE: The following precautions should be observed when performing sheet metal work, paint work and repair work around

the locations of the SRS components.

SRS unit (including safing sensor and impact sensor) is located under the dashboard. Avoid strong impact with a hammer

or other tools when repairing the front side frame and the lower part to the dashboard. Do not apply heat to these areas

with a torch, etc.

All SRS electrical wiring harnesses are located under the lower part of the dashboard below the dashboard panel. (All SRS

electrical wiring harnesses are covered with yellow insulation.) Care should be taken not to damage the harness when

repairing this area.
Do not apply heat of more than 100°C (212°F) when drying painted surfaces anywhere around the locations of SRS components.

If strong impact or high temperature needs to be applied to the areas around the locations of SRS components, remove the

components before performing repair work.

If any of the SRS related components are damaged or deformed, be sure to replace them.

NOTE: Refer to the Service Manual (Supplemental Restraint System) for removal and replacement of SRS related components.

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