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Collision Repair ofToyota VehiclesCOLLISION PROSFall 2018Dedicated toPromoting Quality2019 Toyota Corolla: The Hatch is BackNew active-safety technologies and innovative design features require specialized knowledge toensure the integrity and safety of the vehicle are restored after a collisionPAGE 6The Takata RecallFind out how you can identify affected vehicles, informtheir owners and help them get the needed repairsThe Power of Social MediaHighlight your shop’s professionalism andtalent while managing your reputationPAGE 4PAGE 10

CP Fall 2018EDITOR:Eric MendozaMANAGING EDITORS:Elisa LiehrRoberta ClarkCOPYWRITING AND DESIGN:Liehr, Inc.Contributors to this edition of Collision Pros: James Meyer, Michael Kramarz, Joe DiDonato, Lee Smith andRick Fifer (not pictured).Earning TrustMost people don’t have a relationship with a collision center. So, after dealing withtheir insurance company, researching online reviews and talking to friends and family,many customers choose a repair shop with mixed feelings. It’s up to you to help create afeeling of trust from the minute they arrive by being friendly, honest and helpful.One important way to demonstrate you’ve got your customer’s best interest at heartis to help in a way they wouldn’t expect. For example, in this issue we tackle a majorsafety issue in the automotive industry, the Takata airbag recall. It’s an enormous challengeto find and repair millions of vehicles with potentially deadly airbags. Because the scopeof this recall is so large, the industry is now turning to IRFs to help. Find out how toidentify affected vehicles, and help your customers get the needed repairs.Next, we showcase Toyota’s versatile new Corolla Hatchback. Innovative active-safetytechnologies and design features require specialized knowledge to ensure repairs areperformed correctly. In this issue we provide insider information to help make collisionrepairs go more smoothly.Keep reading for repair tips on bonded glass openings and on vehicles with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). If you’ve ever wondered when a repair or replacement is recommended, we offer some guidelines. And, you’ll find steps for properlycharging vehicles equipped with Hybrid Vehicle (HV) and 12-volt auxiliary batteries tokeep them in top shape.Catch up on the next installment of our social media series for ideas about creatingand maintaining your Facebook business page. Reach your audience in a way that highlights your shop’s professionalism and talent while managing your reputation. To wrap itup, check out our “Boot Camp” training series offered in English and Spanish. The seriescan help reduce the time and expense of multiple travel and training events and giveyour team the skills to perform the most high-quality repairs.Your success is our goal. Visit www.toyotapartsandservice.com as well aswww.crrtraining.com for the latest in Genuine Toyota Parts and training information.FOR A FREE ELECTRONIC SUBSCRIPTION OF COLLISION PROS MAGAZINE GO TOwww.toyotapartsandservice.com.2 Collision ProsCONTRIBUTING DEPARTMENTS:Toyota Collision Repair &Refinish TrainingToyota Certified Collision CentersToyota Genuine PartsToyota Technical Education NetworkToyota Wholesale Parts &Certified Collision DepartmentREFER ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO:Collision ProsToyota Motor North America, Inc.6565 Headquarters DriveMail Stop E1-4DPlano, TX [email protected] omwww.opstrax.comCollision Pros is published four times ayear by the Toyota Wholesale Parts &Certified Collision Department. Contentsmay be reprinted with permission. 2018 Collision Pros.MDC# 00117-00601-NOV18

WHEN YOU NEED TO KNOW, GO WHERE THEPROS GO! TOYOTAPARTSANDSERVICE.COMBattery MaintenanceFOR HYBRID AND AUXILIARY BATTERIESIf you’ve worked on aToyota or Lexus hybridvehicle you’ve probably discovered that ifthe vehicle hasn’t beenrun for 30 days or more,the state of charge maygradually decline. Toprevent the 12-voltauxiliary battery frombecoming discharged,proper maintenanceis necessary.Toyota and Lexus hybrid vehicles areequipped with two types of batteries: Hybrid Vehicle (HV) battery 12-volt auxiliary batteryIf you’re storing the vehicle for30 days or more: Turn off all lights,accessories and the hybrid system, thendisconnect the negative terminal on theauxiliary battery.Hybrid vehicle auxiliary batteries canbe damaged by charging at high currentrates. If charging is necessary, be sure touse a hybrid auxiliary battery charger because they have microprocessors whichvary the rate of charge depending on thebattery needs. Toyota Technical Service BulletinTSB-0043-16, found on Toyota’sTechnical Information System (TIS),outlines proper handlingand charging of hybridvehicle auxiliary batteries. SpecialService Tool (SST) GR8 BatteryDiagnostic Station is the Toyotaspecified battery charger designedfor charging auxiliary batteries. If theHV battery is low when the vehicleis running, the gasoline engine willautomatically start and the generator will charge the HV battery. The 12-volt auxiliary battery will becharged by the HV battery.If the auxiliary battery is low oncharge, you may also use a jump boxto READY the vehicle and allow theon-board charging system to restorethe auxiliary battery to its idealcharge level.Collision Pros 3

FOLLOW THE PROCESS BELOW IF A CUSTOMERHAS AN OPEN SAFETY RECALL:YesTakata Recall?NoKEEPING YOUR CUSTOMERS SAFETheTakataRecallLee Smith, Quality Compliance, Field InformationManager, Toyota Motor North America Inc., covers whythe Takata Airbag Recall should be taken seriously.To view video go to: http://bit.ly/ToyotaTakataRecall4 Collision ProsThe Takata recall is the largest recall in U.S. automotivehistory, involving roughly 37 million vehicles from19 automakers equipped with 50 million Takata airbags—and that number will increase as more vehicles are recalledin the next two years. Affected vehicles have potentially dangerous airbag inflators that could rupture when the airbagdeploys, spraying sharp metal fragments inside the cabin.Over time, these defective airbags degrade, especially inareas with wide temperature fluctuations and high absolutehumidity. As more time passes without the vehicle beingrepaired, owners are at an increased risk of serious injuryor even death. Despite automobile manufacturers’ and theNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s)collaborative efforts to alert the public and encourage immediate repairs, only 60% of the affected vehicles have beenrepaired (NHTSA, 08/03/2018).It’s possible that some of your customers are driving a recalled vehicle. If your customer owns a Toyota, Scion or Lexusmanufactured between 2003 and 2013, the vehicle maybe subject to a safety recall for the Takata front passengerairbag inflator or Takata driver’s airbag inflator.PARTNERING FOR SAFETY“At Toyota, the safety of our customers is a top priority,”stated Lee Smith, Quality Compliance Field InformationManager, Toyota Motor North America, Inc. “We considerthe Takata recall a public safety crisis. Many of the affectedvehicles are driven by second and third owners who do nottake their vehicles to the dealership for service and are not inour customer database. Partnering with independent repairfacilities to help identify these vehicles and inform their owners is critical to ensuring customer safety.”You can help your customers and build trust by lettingthem know if their vehicle is included in a safety recall. Takeit a step further and show your customer your commitmentto their safety—confirm with him or her that you can contact

Offer to contactDealership for a freerepair and possible freetowing to dealershipInform customer ofopen recall. Offer tocontact dealer to setup an appointmentYesOther SafetyRecall?NoDon’t Risk It,Fix It!your local Toyota or Lexus dealer to schedule their FREE repair on their behalf.Be sure to ask the dealership about a shuttle, complimentary loaner vehicle,other alternative transportation, towing or pick-up and delivery so yourcustomer isn’t inconvenienced during the repair. The recall repair is free, andthere are no hidden terms or obligations. Remember, this safety recall must becompleted by an authorized dealership.HOW TO IDENTIFY AFFECTED VEHICLESYou can easily identify a vehicle with an open safety recall by using theAirbag Recall app. Go to the App Store or Google Play to download the appto your smart phone. You can use the app to scan a license plate or look upby Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to see if a vehicle has a recall. You canalso visit www.Toyota.com/recall or contact a Toyota or Lexus dealer to findout if a vehicle is affected.The app can be used for any make and model of vehicle—it simply readsthe license plate number, looks up the VIN and indicates if the vehicle isaffected by the Takata airbag recall or if there are any other open safetyrecalls on the vehicle. It then displays a list of local dealerships authorized tocomplete the repair for that make of vehicle. Sharing this information withyour customers lets them know that their safety is your priority.spouse, your child, your best friend, or whoever’s in yourvehicle, in danger every time you drive. Because this isn’tjust a recall. It’s a public safety crisis.DID YOU KNOW?Approximately 34 million vehicles from 19 automakersrupture when the airbag deploys, spraying sharpmetal fragments inside the cabin. This is the largestrecall in automotive history. It’s possible that you orWHAT CAN YOU DO?1. Go to the App Store or Google Playand download the Airbag Recall app.2. Use the app to scan a license plate or look up byhas a recall.3. Don’t just check yours. Check your friends and family.LICENSE PLATE - PICTURE (RECOMMENDED)Align the license plate in the red outline. Theplate number and state will automatically beloaded on the next screen. Check to make sureit is correct and hit Continue.LICENSE PLATE - MANUAL ENTRYHit the Enter Plate or VIN manually button on thehome screen. Type the plate number and selectthe issuing state from the map. Hit Continue.VIN - MANUAL ENTRYTOOLS TO SHAREToyota is committed to customer safety, so we’ve produced the “Don’tRisk It, Fix It” handout to share with customers. The handout includes adescription of the Takata airbag recall, steps to take if a customer’s vehicle isaffected, instructions on how to download and use the Airbag Recall app,and what steps to take immediately to obtain a FREE repair.You can print the “Don’t Risk It, Fix It!” handout at toyotapartsandservice.com. Keep copies on-hand to share with customers and encourage them toshare with their friends.FIND, INFORM, REPAIRRemember: The Takata airbag recall is a public safety crisis. Until all airbagsare fixed, owners are putting themselves and their passengers at risk. Toyotais committed to partnering with you to find, inform the owners and repair asmany affected vehicles as possible.Hit the Enter Plate or VIN manuallybutton on the home screen. Typethe VIN number. The VIN is a 17-digitalphanumeric code that can befound on a label in the driver’s doorjam or from outside of the vehicle atthe bottom of the windshield on thedriver’s side.Take Action andSchedule your FREE Repair Today It is important that you have this defect repaired immediately. App will provide a list of local dealers based on thevehicle’s brand and the location of the device using the app. Ask the dealership about a free shuttle, complimentaryloaner vehicle or other alternative transportation so youdon’t have to wait at the dealership during the repair. The recall repair is FREE and easy, and there are nohidden terms or obligations.Please, do this for you and forthe person riding beside you.Collision Pros 5

2019 Toyota Corolla:The Hatch is BackINTRODUCING TOYOTA’S NEWEST, MOST STYLISH AND MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED SMALL CAR YET—the 2019 Corolla Hatchback.Built on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, it’s thefirst North American application of Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 (TSS 2.0).Here, we’ll review some of the repair precautions and procedures for thenew body structure, for High-Strength Steel (HSS) and for TSS 2.0.6 Collision Pros

Always confirm proper positioning, calibrationand operation of Safety Sense components beforereturning the vehicle to the customer.”— James MeyerNJ Collision TrainerHOUSE OF STYLEThe new Corolla Hatchback is lower, wider and shorterthan its predecessor, the Corolla iM. Its aluminum hoodsits two inches lower than before, and the front end is accented by slim, J-shaped Bi-Beam LED headlamps and rearLED taillamps with a diffusing inner lens. After a frontalcollision, the aluminum hood may require special careand/or replacement.The XSE trim level is available with an Adaptive FrontLighting System (AFS), which allows the Bi-Beam LEDunits to “follow” the front wheels when turning so thedriver can see what’s coming around the corner. In thecase of a front collision, AFS will require recalibrationto ensure proper alignment, as will the Dynamic RadarCruise Control.BUILT TOYOTA TOUGHTo reduce weight and improve fuel efficiency, the hatchback is made from Toyota Super Olefin Polymer (TSOP)and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) mated to a steelframe. The Corolla Hatchback is also built on the TNGA Cplatform using a mix of adhesives, spot and laser screwwelding, and additional bracing—top to bottom and sideto side—to increase overall strength and reduce weight.Road feel and fuel efficiency are enhanced thanks to useof aluminum, HSS and Ultra-High Strength Steel (UHSS)in the chassis and body. Torsional rigidity is improved 60percent compared to its predecessor, and additional sealsare used in the body panel gaps to reduce road noise.HSS and UHSS require special repair and welding methods. If HSS or UHSS structural properties are reduced by acollision or improper sectioning and welding repairs, thevehicle can no longer perform as designed, which couldcompromise occupant safety in a subsequent collision.To add strength, the side structure is fused togetherusing laser screw welding in addition to spot welding,which improves overall cabin strength. Now, for example,the door opening includes about 30% more welds. Collision repair facilities cannot easily duplicate the laser screwwelding style, so be sure to attend Welding Techniques forCollision Repair course #300 at one of Toyota’s trainingcenters to learn the appropriate replacement weldingtechniques.TOYOTA SAFETY SENSE 2.0The all-new Corolla Hatchback also comes standardwith TSS 2.0, the second generation of TSS. An updatedsafety package adds several new active-safety technologies and capabilities, including: Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection(PCS w/PD) Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control(Full-Speed DRCC) Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC) – Manual Only Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist (LDA w/SA) Automatic High Beam (AHB) Lane Tracing Assist (LTA)—new Road Sign Assist (RSA)—new Seven standard airbags Toyota’s Star Safety System, which includes EnhancedVehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, ElectronicBrake-force Distribution, Brake Assist, Anti-lock Braking System, and Smart Stop Technology A Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) standard on XSE andavailable on SE (BSM does not include Rear CrossTraffic Alert) Backup CameraMany of these safety systems use front-grille-mountedradars and in-vehicle windshield-mounted cameras to detect vehicles and pedestrians, as well as sensors mountedbehind the rear bumper to detect vehicles in the side viewmirror blind spot. Even a minor fender bender can affectthe alignment of these sensors, so be sure to recalibratethe sensors and check for proper operation of thosesafety features after any accident or when the windshieldis replaced.The all-new 2019 Corolla Hatchback offers style, utilityand safety. Be sure every repair meets Toyota’s high-quality “Fix It Right the First Time” standards to maintain theintegrity and safety of the vehicle after a collision.Collision Pros 7

FOR MORE INFORMATIONReference Collision Repair Information Bulletin (CRIB) #127, available on Toyota’s Technical Information System (TIS).LASSGNDEDBOGS:INOPENNOT LONG AGO, THIS WAS AN EASY QUESTION TO ANSWER: IF A GLASS OPENING WAS DAMAGED IN A COLLISION, YOU’D REPAINTDURING REPAIR. Today, manufacturing and repair techniques have changed dramatically. So, the answer depends on the extent and location of the damage.Vehicles are now often manufactured so that the glass is anintegral part of the body structure, featuring a metal pinchweldflange where the glass is bonded to the body. Once the body iscompletely welded, it’s dipped into a tank of water-based epoxyprimer, referred to as ED or electro-deposition, and 300 volts passthrough the body to attract the primer. It’s then put in an oven at300 for 20 minutes to help cure the primer and paint, makingit harder and more resistant to scratches and chips. This processprovides the best paint adhesion and corrosion protection andcreates the perfect bonding surface for glass. The challenge is thata collision repair facility cannot produce the same results due tothe complexity of the OE paint finish.When you encounter a vehicle with damage to the glass opening of the body: Maintain as much of the e-coat as possible. If the e-coat can’t be maintained, use an aftermarket twocomponent epoxy primer on the bare metal areas of thepinchwelds before using urethane repair materials wheninstalling stationary glass.8 Collision Pros If metal repair or metal replacement is required, remove anycorrosion and/or existing primer from the pinchweld flangeto expose clean, bare metal. Then to restore the bondingstrength of the area, apply the epoxy primer and make sureit’s fully cured—this should be the only coating between thebare metal and the urethane adhesive. Do NOT just spray color and clear and then use urethaneadhesive—that will not properly secure the glass and maycompromise the strength of the overall structure.If the glass is not properly bonded to the flange, it may alterhow SRS systems function and how the structure reacts in a collision, even during normal body flexing and driving. Refer to ToyotaCRIB Bulletin #127 in TIS and follow the recommended proceduresto help maintain the structural integrity of the vehicle.

TECHNICIAN’S CORNERRepair the Bumperor Replace It?RECOMMENDATIONS TO DO THE JOB RIGHTWhen it comes to bumper repair, there’s more than meets the eye. Toyota andLexus bumpers are made from Toyota Super Olefin Polymer (TSOP), a proprietarypolypropylene-based material used for both exterior and interior automotive parts.The unique molecular properties of TSOP provide rigidity and impact resistance,while being lightweight.The challenge though is not merely repairing a bumper, it’s knowing what’sbehind the bumper, especially with vehicles that are equipped with AdvancedDriver Assistance Systems (ADAS). These vehicles have restrictions aboutwhat can and cannot be repaired because the sensors need to be able tosend electronic signals through the plastic of the bumper in addition tobeing recalibrated after a collision.WHAT TO LOOK FORFor example, the Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alerthave radar sensors behind the rear bumper that send out radiowaves to detect vehicles in the area. When a vehicle with a BlindSpot Monitor or Rear Cross Traffic Alert is in an accident and thebumper cover is damaged near a sensor, the repair of the covercan affect the performance of the systems. Subletting the repairout for reconditioning, using repair filler material and primers, oreven repainting the damaged area multiple times will add thickness, which can compromise the performance of how the sensordetects objects.Any time there is damage on a bumper with ADAS and youcannot 100 percent guarantee that the thicknesses of all thosecoatings will match factory specifications, it is recommended toreplace the bumper to help ensure the safety of your customerand your shop.You can expect to see even more sensors and safety systemsnear the bumpers of newer vehicles. Case in point, select 2019Toyota and Lexus models have front pedestrian protection that usessimilar technology to that of the Blind Spot Monitor and Rear CrossTraffic Alert. So, when in doubt, it’s always better to be 100 percentsafe and replace the bumper. Fix it right the first time!Anytime there is bumperdamage near a sensor,the recommendation isto replace the bumper.Collision Pros 9

THE POWER OFSocial Media ART TWO:PBuild Your Brand with FacebookWITH MORE THAN ONE BILLION ACTIVE USERS MONTHLY, FACEBOOK IS NOT JUST A PLACE TO POST FAMILY PICTURES AND RECIPES.It’s a powerful platform to build your shop’s brand image, positioning your business as a quality shop and to interact with your customers.BUSINESS PAGE VERSUS PERSONAL PROFILEYou need a Facebook personal profile to set up a Facebookbusiness page, but there are important differences between thetwo. Facebook’s business page provides functionality that isn’tavailable on a personal page, like Reviews and Book an Appointment buttons. A good rule of thumb is to keep your business pagestrictly business and only promote your business softly on yourpersonal page. It’s always good to ask yourself: Would I say thisto a friend? Would I say this to a customer? Your answers will tellyou which page should include that information.IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTENTYour goal is to create a robust business page so your customerswant to interact with you. Make sure that each post gives yourvisitors a reason to engage with your shop. You can create yourown content or share relevant content from industry experts.Here are a few ideas to get your wheels turning: Before and after pictures of your most impressive jobswith a great testimonial A short time lapse video of a repair: “we fix it right thefirst time!” Leveraged expert articles on industry trends Good pictures of your staff at work and at play Shout outs for local businesses, like restaurants, to buildcommunity and cross-promotion Relevant content that is tailored to your customersBe sure to create specific types of posts, like shop events or offers. Just click through the tabs at the top of your business page’sstatus box, where you’ll find options of various types of posts.PROMOTE YOUR PAGE AND START ENGAGING!First, invite customers, friends and family to visit and like yourpage! Then follow up with other marketing efforts: Use other channels, like your website and Yelp, to promoteyour page. Add the “Follow us on Facebook” logo to all yourpromotional materials, ads and business cards. Another happy customer? Invite them to write a review!LESS IS MORE: FOCUS ON QUALITY, NOT QUANTITYOnce your Facebook page is established, stay engaged. A quickdaily check of your accounts will help ensure timely responses tocustomer posts and keep the conversation going.WANT TO SET UP A FACEBOOK BUSINESS PAGE?Find Step-by-Step Instructions at:LEARN MORE ABOUT MAKING THE MOST OF SOCIAL MEDIATake the University of Toyota’s Social Media Class B002010 Collision ProsToyotapartsandservice.com

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