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  • 1. MEMBERS:YEFERSON RESTREPO QUIROZANDRES FELIPE RESTREPO QUIROZ.
  • 2. A)SEGURITY AND CONFORTB) INTRUMENTS AND CONTROLC) INSTRUTION FOR OPERATIOND) SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
  • 3. AIRBAG. It is a passive safety system installed in most modern cars. Its function is, in a collision, the air bags cushion the impact of vehicle occupants against the steering wheel, dashboard and windshield if the front airbag and against windows, its use can reduce the risk of death by 30%.
  • 4. SEAT BELT A seat belt is a harness designed to restrain anoccupant of a vehicle if a collision occurs and keep hisseat. The objective of safety belts is minimize injuries in acollision, preventing the passenger from hitting hardinterior elements or against people in the row above, andis thrown out of the vehicle.
  • 5. STEERING SYSTEMTo drive the car required some kind of mechanism to turn thefront wheels so that the vehicle can be oriented in the desireddirection. To this end, the steering wheel is coupled by meansof gears and levers to the front wheels.
  • 6. BRAKE SYSTEMThe brake system is designed so that through theoperation of its components can stop the vehicle at thedrivers will.The basis of operation of the brake systems main powertransmission via a fluid which expands the pressureexerted by the driver to stop the car to achieve the leastpossible effort.
  • 7. AUTO IGNITIONTo turn the car just press the clutch or clutch pedal,check that the lever is in neutral and turn the key in thesense clockwise until you hear it and immediately turnedon the key and release the clutch release .
  • 8. START THE AUTOThe clutch serves to collect and separate the engine andwheels the box, so this helps the engine forces the vehicleforward. That is when we are going to get the clutch motormovement to the tires. Pressing the accelerator are doing toenter more mix of air and fuel into the engine, therefore moreforce open. To make it easier to start the print must sufficientacceleration for the car starts running. That is, if the carshakes, help accelerate a bit, but be careful not to overdo theacceleration. In sum which accelerates engine operation hasa sound stable at all times.
  • 9. OIL CHANGEfirst remove the oil cap, removed the oil filter, we willexchange the new filter, then moved to remove the cap fromwhere it exits carter oil old when we leave again put the oilplug carter. finally we take the new oil and put the oil cap.
  • 10. Brake fluid changefirst loosen the nut, a hose is placed where the nut will bepassed to pump the brake pedal as this causes the brakefluid that is old out through the hose, but we must be verycareful with the brake fluid level in the jar, as it exits thecoolant is made ​the new liquid, when it is passed to thenext round must be held down the brake pedal and tightenthe nut. and so the same process is repeated for the nextround.