GMW-R - GMW17252
|Publication Date:||1 April 2015|
Note: Nothing in this standard supercedes applicable laws and regulations.
Note: In the event of conflict between the English and domestic language, the English language shall take precedence.
Note: The use of shall in this document denotes a binding provision that must be adhered to unless a deviation is granted in writing by the responsible Program Team Leadership and/or the component/subsystem Bill of Material (BOM) Family Owner (BFO). The use of should denotes a preference or desired conformance, which if not adhered to, must be documented and disclosed to General Motors. Unless otherwise noted, all requirements apply over the conditions and useful life as described herein. General Motors shall be the final arbiter of performance if the requirements stated herein are not objectively defined. The design and execution of the Overhead Console Assembly must be in accordance with the application regulations of Section 2.
Note: This standard is a General Motors Global Document. All requirements herein shall be adhered to as GM Global Requirements for the Overhead Console Assembly except where noted for specific GM programs.
Purpose. The main purpose of the Overhead Console is to provide a decorative interface with the headliner and functional attachment for storage compartments, lighting, displays, audio microphones, controls, modules, switches, sensors, etc., required per program specific requirements.
Applicability. This standard established performance requirements, design constraints, and validation requirements for an Overhead Console Assembly. The requirements contained in this document only apply to parts released under this version of requirements when included in the supplier Statement of Requirements (SOR).
The Analysis Development Validation (ADV) plan shall be complete per SOR Validation Appendix G2 requirements and any new standards/Component Technical Specification (CTS) updates at Integration Vehicle Material Required Date (IV/MRD) be included in the Design Review Based on Failure Modes (DRBFM) and/or peer reviews, with validation considerations considered in that process, and effected via Engineering Work Order (EWO) for program specific standard updating. (The program team shall contact the Global Technology Engineering (GTE) to ensure the latest standard templates are being used).
Remarks. The Overhead Console Assembly is listed per the Uniform Parts Classification (UPC), Functional Name Address (FNA) and BOM nomenclature.
• UPC = 1C3J
• FNA = 3600A Console Assembly - Roof
• BOM Row = 40.03:03:06
• VPPS = 433.06. Vehicle Partitioning and Product Structure (VPPS)