Toyota Yaris: Body panel under coating areas - Paint coating - Toyota Yaris XP90 2005–2010 Collision Repair ManualToyota Yaris: Body panel under coating areas

HINT: 1) First wipe off any dirt, grease or oil with a rag soaked in silicone remover.

2) Cover the surrounding areas with masking paper to avoid coating unnecessary areas. If other areas are accidently coated, wipe off the coating immediately.

3) Apply the first coating of undercoat to all welded areas and panel joints, then apply a second coat over the entire area.

4) Do not coat parts which become hot such as the tailpipe, and moving parts such as the propeller shaft.

5) Apply under coating to all weld points under the body to ensure corrosion prevention at every location except the areas below.

6) Be sure to seal the edge of the flange of the member and bracket with undercoating.

7) Be sure to repair the under coating as necessary if there are signs of damage such as cracking or peeling.

8) Apply sealer before applying the under coat for rust prevention.

Foamed material application areas

    Body panel sealing areas
    HINT: 1) Prior to applying body sealer, clean the area with a rag soaked in silicone remover. 2) If weld-through primer was used, first wipe off any excess and than coat with anti-corrosion prime ...

    Foamed material application areas
    The sections shown in the figure below are filled with foamed material to provide noise insulation. Refill with foamed materials after repairing these sections and their surrounding sections. HI ...

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