Cleaning Compound Solvent is mildly toxic.
Solvent evaporates and
both the fumes and liquid are flammable.
Continued contact with
solvent can cause skin problems.
Ensure there is good airflow when using solvent and that work
area is away from heat and flames.
Keep fire extinguisher nearby.
Do not breathe solvent fumes.
Avoid skin contact:
use gloves or a brush if necessary.
Wash hands after using solvent.
Wear eye protection:
solvent could splash into eyes.
If solvent gets in eyes, flush with fresh water for at least
15 minutes and get medical assistance.
Do not use P-D-680 solvent, dry cleaning solvent, benzene (benzol),
paint thinner, gasoline, or diesel fuel oil as solvent replacements.
These materials are more flammable and more toxic.
Do not allow upper and lower sensor probes of fuel water separator to
come in contact with each other or with metal container.
Failure to comply may result in electrical shock,
inaccurate test results, or damage to equipment.
The intake manifold heater ignition coils (1) are capable of producing
extremely high voltage.
The output of this ignition system is sufficient
to cause a dangerous electrical shock.
Never touch any uncovered or