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04-26-16
  • WELD BONDING PROCEDURE
Publication Date: December 22, 2004

FORD:
2005 Crown Victoria, Five Hundred, Focus, Ford GT, Freestyle, Mustang, Taurus, Thunderbird, E-Series, Escape, Expedition, Explorer Sport Trac, Explorer, F-150, F-Super Duty, Freestar, Ranger
LINCOLN:
2005 LS, Town Car, Aviator, Navigator
MERCURY:
2005 Montego, Sable, Monterey, Mountaineer

ISSUE:

The following Weld Bonding Procedure should be used on all Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles, when replacement of any OEM weld bonded component (structural and non-structural) becomes necessary, unless specifically directed otherwise by a Ford Technical Publication specific to a particular vehicle.

Technicians performing repairs must use approved Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding machines (STRSW machines). MIG-welding should only be performed when areas to be welded cannot be accessed using squeeze-type resistance spot welding machinery. Refer to TSB 04-26-17 for MIG-Weld Bonding information.

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