Case Study of Manufacturing and Installation Problems and Resolutions - 1993 LH Headliner Module
Published February 23, 1998 by SAE International in United States
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Automobile and light truck interiors rely more and more on pre-assembled interior systems or modules, that may include trim components, lighting, electronics, wiring and fasteners, as received by the OEM assembly plant. In the case of the 1993 LH Headliner Module, an installation problem with the operators ergonomics at Chrysler's assembly plant required the same systems approach to the establishment of the root cause of the difficulty, as was applied to the design and development of the headliner module itself.