TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL
BODIES AND CABS
Fig. 26. Removing or Installing Door Striker Pin
CAB DOOR ADJUSTMENT
Getting a good cab door to door opening fit requires a
knowledge of where the various adjustments are located and
what effect each adjustment has on door fit. These
adjustments apply whether door has been removed or door
adjustment is simply being changed or improved.
Fig. 27. Location for Door Adjustments at Hinge Pillar
Adjustment at Hinge Pillar (Fig. 27)
Fore and aft door adjustment is made at
enlarged holes in door half of hinge.
Up and down or in and out door adjustment is
made at enlarged holes in pillar half of hinge.
With mounting bolts slightly loosened, one hinge
at a time, adjust door to fit evenly in door
opening and snug against door seal. Tighten
mounting bolts to specified torque (see Torque
Adjustment at Lock Pillar (Fig. 26)
Door striker pin or stud is mounted in an
enlarged hole in lock pillar. Loosen pin to move
pin up or down and in or out as required.
Fore and aft adjustment is by spacer shim
between striker pin and pillar.
Make final adjustment of striker pin and tighten
to specifications (See Torque Chart).
When adjusted (1) door weatherseal should contact
door frame all around with slight pressure but without damage
to seal (2) door should latch, lock and release without undue
effort, and (3) door should be rattle free when vehicle is in
DRIVER AND PASSENGER SEATS
Seat types available with S-Series cabs are determined
by cab width and by the kind of equipment (engine,
transmission, auxiliary, etc.) furnished with the truck. Full
width bench seat and individual driver and passenger seats
are available in the 200 cm (80 inch) wide cab. Individual
driver and passenger seats only are available in the 230 cm
(90 inch) wide cab. Mechanical and air suspension seats are
also available optionally.
FULL WIDTH BENCH SEAT (Fig. 28)
Full width bench seats have fore and aft seat adjustment
standard. Adjustable seat backs however, are available only
on models having custom trim.
The fore and aft seat adjuster assembly consists of two
integral sliding rail assemblies, the upper halves of which are
bolted to seat bottom and lower halves to seat risers. Risers
are firmly bolted to cab floor.
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