GMW17079

Coat Hook Assembly

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Organization: GMW
Publication Date: 1 April 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 20
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Introduction

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 Coat Hook Assembly must be in accordance with the application regulations of Section 2.

Purpose. This standard is a General Motors Global Document. All requirements herein shall be adhered to as GM Global Requirements for the Coat Hook Assembly except where noted for specific GM programs.

This standard establishes performance requirements, design constraints, and validation requirements for a Coat Hook Assembly. The requirements contained in this document only apply to parts released under this version of requirements when included in supplier Statement of Requirements (SOR).

The Analysis/Development/Validation (ADV) plan shall be complete per Statement of Requirements (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).

Applicability. The main purpose of the Coat Hook Assembly is to provide a decorative, and functional trim covering of the underside of the vehicle's roof. The Coat Hook Assembly Subsystem also provides packaging provisions for all other functional or decorative elements in this region of the vehicle interior. The main purpose of the hook is to support a jacket/coat or hangers for clothing.

Remarks. The Coat Hook Assembly is listed under the following Uniform Parts Classification (UPC), Functional Name Address (FNA) and Bill of Material (BOM) nomenclature.

• UPC = 1C4J

• FNA = 5900A Hook Assembly (ASM)-Coat

• BOM Row = 433.07 Coat Hook Assembly Row

Document History

GMW17079
April 1, 2014
Coat Hook Assembly
Introduction 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...

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