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Dodge and Chrysler

Started by Chris Larson. Last reply by Ed Davies Jan 24, 2010. 5 Replies

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Comment by Eric J. Rickenbach on June 3, 2010 at 6:28am
If you are looking for a vehicle anatomy guide, the best one that I have found is the Moditech Crash Recovery System. Very comprehensive - covers all European and North American vehicles with at least 1 airbag in the vehicle. The nice parts of this program are that A) it is regularly updated (monthly, I think), and B) it is available in an on-line/internet version. More information can be found at www.moditech.com or www.crashrecoverysystem.com.
Comment by wiegs on June 2, 2010 at 10:24pm
A little more info is available for free from state farms web site. You can order dvd's for free. I'm a Chrysler master tech for my side job, so it's not too in depth for me, but a lot of our guys found it informative.
http://www.sfsafetraining.com/index.html
Comment by Little Gary on June 2, 2010 at 2:47pm
Chris:
The only place that I know of with this kind of info is www.resqmed.com.
They are from Europe and have a lot of info and the disks you want. I hope you have some deep pockets for the disks!!!!!! Let me know if this helps? I will keep going through my records for more info and I will let everybody know
Comment by Mike "Lapo" Lapotasky on June 2, 2010 at 2:22pm
Guys...Holmatro makes the best book out there...invest...
http://www.holmatro-usa.com/notify.htm
Comment by william on September 28, 2009 at 4:31pm
i an a firefighter in denver NC and want to have other firefighter buddies
Comment by Oldman on May 14, 2009 at 11:44am
Chris,

Mp3 players, cell phone chargers etc, won't do much for the electric motor of a hybrid. There are studies which indicate those electronic devices might cause activation of un-deployed SRS systems. Most manufacturers say no, but as a general rule, we remove and isolate the ignition key and any device which might be charging.

When you are talking about cable color, high voltage cables are Orange for electric hybrids, an Industry standard. Hydrogen fuel hybrids are using blue hoses from the fuel cell to the engine.
Comment by Oldman on May 14, 2009 at 11:33am
Here is a site with good information.

http://www.extrication.com/ERG.htm

http://www.sceneoftheaccident.org/ Todd Hoffman puts on a very informative class on not only hybrids, but supplemental restraints.
Comment by charlie on May 13, 2009 at 1:24pm
Here is a site for hybrid vehicles for firemen. hybridhazards.info
Comment by Chris Larson on April 29, 2009 at 3:36pm
do you know who makes the smart car? i have friends in the automotive industry an may be able to get specs an such for it
Comment by FF.D-Lo on April 29, 2009 at 12:50pm
There have been a string of accidents involving the new smart car down here, but not alot of info on this model. The cage sits very close to the pt, i'd appreciate any info or personel experience removing victims or unknown hazards. All my incidents have resulted in ejection, i dont have extrication time on this model.
Thanks
Drew
MDFR Fire/Medic
 

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