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- BODY REPAIR PROCEDURE USING MIG WELDING FOR WELD BONDING
| Publication Date: December 22, 2004 |
This TSB outlines the repair procedure for re-assembling collision damaged vehicles using MIG weld bonding. MIG weld bonding can be substituted as an alternative to Squeeze Type Resistance Spot Welding (STRSW), but may only be used to weld areas that are inaccessible to STRSW machinery. Squeeze type resistance spot welding is the preferred method, and should be used if possible when repairing all Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. Refer to TSB 04-26-16 for weld bonding procedure using STRSW machinery.
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