Welcome the On-line Parts Catalog Help Section.
Select a topic from the
list below for assistance.
Using the catalog
Sorting figure names
Figure Number Shortcuts
Opening an image
Retrieving Production Dates
- Placing an Order
Selecting parts to order
Working with the Shopping Cart
Manually adding parts
- Saving/Retrieving Your Shopping
Saving a Shopping Cart
Retrieving a Saved Cart
Converting a Saved Cart to an Order
- Working with Images
Rotating an Image
Enlarging and Reducing Images
Moving Between Multiple Images
- Using Parts Search
Searching by Part Number
Searching by Description
Using the Search Results
Explanation of basic Terms, Codes,
and Abbreviations used in the catalog
Selecting a Catalog
- On the left-hand side of the screen you will see a listing
of all UD TRUCK models.
- Move the cursor with your mouse over the model of truck you
are working on.
- When the Model Year window appears, verify that it
is the correct model by looking at the header in the window and then click
on the year of your truck.
- A listing of Figure Names (Descriptions) and Figure
Numbers will appear in the main window.
Sorting the Figure Names & Numbers
- The Figure Name/Number list initially appears sorted
alphabetically by Figure Name.
- If the description of the part you are looking for is
towards the end of the alphabet (i.e. Transmission, Water Pump, etc.), you
may find it faster to resort the list in reverse order.
- To reverse the sort, click on the "Figure Name"
- You can also sort the list by Figure Number by clicking on
the "Figure Number" header.
- To reverse the sort of the Figure Numbers, click on the
"Figure Number" header a second time.
Retrieving the Parts List for a Figure
- Clicking on either a Figure Name (Description) of a Figure
Number will bring up an Options Window.
- The Options Window will list all the possible
variations that are available for this model or truck.
- Each available option begins with an option code (i.e. A01,
A02, B01, etc.).
- Once you have determined which list of options applies to
your truck, click on the appropriate option code and a listing of parts
applicable to that option will appear.
Selecting Different Options, Figures, and
- If you wish to change to a different option, click on the
"Options" button at the top of the parts list and the Options
Window will reappear.
- To return to the Figure Name/Number page, click on
the Model Number/Year information (i.e. 1800 - 92-94) displayed to the left
of the buttons.
- To look up an item in a different catalog, select the model
and year from the left frame (see Selecting a Catalog
Figure Number Shortcuts
- Whenever a Figure Number (i.e. FIG. E230E) appears
in a parts list, you can go to that section of the catalog simply by
clicking on the figure number.
Opening the Illustration
- At the top of the parts listing you will see a button
labeled "Illustration." When you click on the button, a new
window appears and the illustration will be loaded.
- Please Note: You
must have Adobe
Acrobat Reader®, version 5.0, loaded on your system for this to
Conditionally ("C") Interchangeable Parts
- There are instances when a part has been upgraded. But, to
make it work on an older application, additional parts will need to be
ordered. If a part is superseded by multiple parts, the catalog will
list the other items needed. This is indicated by a "C" in
the Key Number column.
- The replacement part is listed next to the original Key
Number, the additional parts that need to be ordered to make the part work
for your application are marked with the "C"
Production Dates for "N" Interchangeable
- When an item is not ("N") interchangeable, you
often need a production date to determine which part is needed for your
application. Clicking on the information shown in the Execution "EXE"
column, brings up both the engine and chassis production tables for your
model of truck.
- To return to the parts list, click the "Back"
button on your browser.
- The first step in placing an order is to key the
quantity in the Order Qty box.
- Once you have completed entering quantities for all
the parts you wish to order from the current list, click the Add to
Cart button (located at the top of the parts list). This will add
the parts to your Shopping Cart and you cart will appear on the
- Make sure you order the additional items needed for
any "Conditionally Interchangeable" part.
The Shopping Cart
- The Shopping Cart screen displays all the
items that you have selected to order.
- You can change the quantity, or delete an item(s),
from this screen.
- Change the quantity by retyping the new quantity in
the appropriate field and click the "Update" button
located at top of your shopping cart list.
- Delete an item(s) by clicking on the appropriate
check box in the Delete column and then clicking the "Update"
button located at top of your shopping cart list.
Adding Additional Parts
- There are two ways to add additional parts to your
order, either by selecting more items from the catalog, or by keying
in the part number.
- To order additional items from the catalog, click the
"Continue" button located at top of your shopping
cart list and you will be returned to the catalog.
- To manually add a part to you cart, click the "Add
Part" button located at top of your shopping cart list and an
Parts Order Window will open.
- Key the part number and quantity you wish to order
and click the "Save" button. Note that the item has
been added to your Shopping Cart. Do not be concerned if the
description and/or pricing information does not appear.
- You may add additional items by repeating the above
- If you do not wish to place order at this time, you
can save your Shopping Cart and retrieve it at a later time. See
the "Saving Your Shopping Cart"
section for further details.
Saving a Shopping Cart
- One of the system's most useful features is the
ability to save a Shopping Cart. This allows you to work up a
quote using the Order Entry system and not loose the information if you
later need to order the parts.
- Once the parts have been added to your shopping cart,
click the "Save Cart" button at the top of the parts
- A small window will open for you to enter in a file
name. You can save the cart using any name you choose (up to 15 characters).
Choose a name that will be easy to remember or identify, such as your
name, R.O. number, etc.
- Once you have typed in a name, click the "Save"
button to save you cart.
- You can save multiple shopping carts. Make sure
to use a unique name for each one so they will be easy for you to
Retrieving a Saved Shopping Cart
- When you need to review a saved cart, or wish to
convert a saved cart into an order, click on the "Saved Carts"
link at the very top of the page. A listing of all of your saved
carts will appear on your screen. This link is visible from all
screens in the catalog system and can be accessed at any time.
- You can sort your Saved Carts by clicking either the Cart
Name or the Creation Date headers.
- To view the details of the saved cart, click the Add
to Cart button. This will take to to the View Shopping
Converting a Saved Shopping Cart to
- From the Saved Carts screen, click on the Add
to Cart button for the cart you wish to convert to an order. This
will take to to the View Shopping Cart screen.
- From there, continue to place the order as
normal. For additional information on parts ordering, refer to
the Placing an Order section.
Deleting a Saved Shopping Cart
- Saved shopping carts that are no longer needed can be
deleted by clicking the checkbox in the Delete column, located to the
right of your cart, and then clicking the Update button.
Opening an Illustration
- At the top of the parts listing you will see a button
labeled "Illustration." Clicking this button opens
a new window in which the illustration will be loaded.
- Please Note: You
must have Adobe
Acrobat Reader®, version 5.0 or greater, loaded on your system for this
to work correctly.
Manipulating an Illustration
||To move an illustration in
the window: Click and hold anywhere on the graphic and move the image
by using your mouse.
To rotate a page: Click
the Rotate View Clockwise button or the Rotate View Counter-Clockwise
button. You can also choose Rotate View Clockwise or Rotate View
Counter-Clockwise from the View menu.
the zoom-in tool and click on the image. You can also drag the cursor to draw a rectangle around
the area you wish to magnify.
To decrease magnification: Select
the zoom-out tool and click the page, or drag to draw a rectangle the
size you want the reduced page to be.
magnification: Click the Zoom In (+) button in
the viewing toolbar or select a magnification percentage from the
To decrease magnification: Click the Zoom Out
(-) button in the viewing toolbar or select a magnification percentage
from the drop-down list.
1st Icon: Returns a page to its actual
size. You can also choose View > Actual Size, from the menu.
2nd Icon: Resizes the
page to fit entirely in the window. You can also choose choose View >
Fit in Window from the menu.
3rd Icon: Resizes the page to fit the width of the window.
You can also choose View > Fit Width from the menu.
You can use buttons,
keyboard shortcuts, and menu commands to page through multiple images
1st Button: To
go to the first page, click the First Page button, or press the Home key,
or choose Document > First Page from the menu.
2nd Button: To go to the next page, click the Next Page button, or
press Ctrl + either the Down or Right Arrow key, or choose Document >
Next Page from the menu.
3rd Button: To go to the previous page, click the Next Page
button, or press Ctrl + either the Up or Left Arrow key, or choose
Document > Previous Page from the menu.
4th Button: To go to the last page, click the Last Page button, or
press the End key, or choose Document > Last Page from the menu.
- The Parts Search function, accessed by clicking on
the "Parts Search" link at the top of the page, can be
used to access an area of the catalog either by part number or part
- Clicking on the Parts Search link brings up a new
window for you to enter in your search criteria.
- Key in either a part number or a description in the
appropriate field and click the Search button.
- Note: Since the catalog
only displays the latest number in a supersession chain, no results will be
returned if you are searching an older part number. It may be better
to use a partial part number for your search (i.e. the first 5
- The system will display the results of your search by model
and then by year.
- To go to the section of the catalog where the part is
listed, click on the part number and then make a selection from the options
- Air Dam
- On '95~'05 vehicles the air dam is part of the front bumper.
It is identified by the the height of the bumper. Click on the key # on the
illustration of the parts catalog to view an example of bumper with and
without Air Dam.
- EXE - The
"Execution" column indicates when a change (supersession) became
effective. Clicking on an item listed in the EXE column will
bring up the Execution Tables for that model.
- Execution - Used when
there is a change in the production of a particular part. You may be asked for
either the last 5 digits of the vin# or the production date. Example: 65001-
last 5 digits / 9803 - production date (March of 1998). When working in the
Engine Section remember to use Engine Serial # or production date of the
engine and not the last 5 digit of vin number or production of chassis.
- Figure Name - The
descriptive name given a Figure Number (see).
- Figure Number
- Every Section of the catalog is tied to a Figure
Number. Figure Numbers begin with an E (Engine), C (Cassis), U (Unit
Parts), or W (Cab) and are followed by 3 numbers (i.e. C451) which relate to
the part numbers listed in that section.
The Item Code provides additional
information about the part. Common item codes are K - Available
in a repair Kit, and S - Order as needed.
Indicates whether or not an item is Interchangeable
with the part above it. Because the catalog lists the newest number in
a supersession chain, you will see the same part number listed for "Y"
supersessions. An "N" in this column indicates that
the two parts are not interchangeable. A "C" in the
column informs you that the original part is now "Conditionally"
interchangeable and that multiple parts will need to be ordered to replace
the original, single part.
- Key No.
- When viewing the illustrations, note that every
part shown has a number, called a "Key Number," listed next to
it. These numbers relate to the Key No. column on the parts
- Model Code - Three
digit codes containing information from the VIN (Wheelbase and brake code).
Ex. NHH: JNAMA20H9WGN65001 - 12th digit= N / 8th digit= H / The middle digit
will always be an "H" except when the truck is a tractor.
- Model Name - Identified
by the 4th & 5th digit of the Vin. VIN: JNAMA20H9WGN65001. The letter "K" is
added between the 4th & 5th digit of the vin to give you the Model name. Ex.
MKA = 1800.
- Parking Brake -
Internal expanding single anchor shoe type brake acting on the drum at the
rear of the transmission. The brake is activated by a lever on the right side
of the driver seat.
- Shopping Cart -
repository for parts that have been selected for ordering.
- Wheel Base - 12 digit
of vin number. Identifies the length of chassis.
- Wheel Park - Rear Wheel
parking activated by the control valve located next to the drivers seat in the
cab. "Without" Wheel park, see Parking Brake.
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Revised: December 22, 2004