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Service Precautions
Handling of Special Nuts and Bolts
Because many sections on this car are constructed with
aluminum alloys, use only the special “Dacro” type
nuts and bolts recommended by Acura.
NOTE:
Dacro finish can be identified by gray plating.
Some Dacro finish bolts have a green coating on
the thread section of the bolt for easier applica-
tion. This type of bolt is called a “Torquer” bolt.
Use of other types of nuts and bolts may cause
electrolysis and corrosion, which in turn could
cause the bolt to loosen.
Gray plating
Green coating
on the threads
Gray plating: “Dacro” type
Gray plating + Green coating on the threads:
“Torquer” type
1. When replacing nuts and bolts, use only the same
type.
2. Tighten the nuts and bolts with a torque wrench to
the specifications provided in this manual.
3. Clean all thread ridges with a non-wire-type bristle
brush. Foreign matter in the threads may cause the
bolt to loosen.
4. Sections on this car requiring the use of Dacro nuts
and bolts will be indicated by a ( ) in this manual.
Handling of Tires
The tires on NSX & NSX-T should not be rotated. The
front wheels are 16″ in, diameter and the rear wheels
are 17″ in, so they cannot be rotated front-to-rear.
The original-equipment tires on NSX & NSX-T have
a unidirectional tread pattern, so they cannot be ro-
tated side-to-side.
The folding spare tire cannot be repaired or removed
from the rim.
Engine Steam-cleaning
(NSX-T only)
When steam-cleaning the engine compartment, keep the
roof holder switch dry. If the roof holder switch gets wet
accidentally, dry it thoroughly with compressed air.
Roof holder switch

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Towing
If the car needs to be towed, call a professional towing
service. Never tow the car behind another car with just
a rope or chain. It is very dangerous.
There are three widely used methods of towing a car:
Flat-bed Equipment —The operator loads the car on the
back of a truck. This is the only recommended way of
towing the NSX & NSX-T.
Wheel Lift Equipment—The tow truck driver uses two
pivoting arms which go under the tires (front or rear) and
lift them off the ground. The other two wheels remain
on the ground. This towing method is not recommend-
ed. Because of the NSX & NSX-T’s low ground clearance,
the body can be damaged going over large bumps or up
inclines.
Sling-type Equipment—The tow truck uses metal chains
with hooks on the ends. These hooks go around parts
of the frame or suspension and the cables lift that end
of the car off the ground. Damage to the car’s suspen-
sion and body is almost certain if this method of towing
is attempted.
If the NSX & NSX-T cannot be towed by flat-bed, it
should be towed with the rear wheels off the ground.
If, due to damage, the car must be towed with the rear
wheels on the ground, do the following:
Manual Transmission
• Release the parking brake
• Shift the transmission to Neutral
Automatic Transmission
• Release the parking brake
• Start the engine
• Shift to position, then to position
• Turn off the engine
NOTICE:
• Improper towing preparation will damage the trans-
mission. Follow the above procedure exactly. The car
must be towed on a flat bed if the engine will not start
or the transmission will not shift.
• It is best to tow the car no farther than 50 miles (80
km), and keep the speed below 35 mph (55 km/h).
• Trying to lift or tow the car by the bumpers will cause
serious damage. The bumpers are not designed to sup-
port the car’s weight.
Front:
TOWING
HOOK
TIE DOWN BRACKETS
Rear:
TIE DOWN BRACKETS

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Chassis and Paint Codes
U.S. Model
Vehicle Identification Number Transmission Number
Paint Code
Paint Code Color
Engine Number
Paint Code
R-77
NH-547
NH-545M
Formula Red
Berlina Black
Sebring Silver Metallic
Vehicle Identification Number
and Federal Motor Vehicle
Safety Standard Certification

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Lift and Support Points
Lift and Safety Stands
CAUTION:
• If ground clearance is inadequate to clear the shop lift, either:
— Install rubber spacers on the coil springs to raise the car. Use the floor jack procedures to raise the car (page 1-10).
or
— Remove the chin spoiler.
or
— If you need even more clearance, install the rubber spacers and remove the chin spoiler.
• Follow the lift manufacturer’s instructions.
• Use rubber pad adapters on the lift to avoid damaging the car.
Spacer Installation
1. Place the rubber contact pads as shown.
2. Raise the lift a few inches, and rock the car to be sure it is firmly supported.
3. Raise the lift to full height, and inspect the lift points for solid support.
4. Install rubber spacers on the coil springs.
NOTE: Use the same support points to support the car on safety stands.
CAUTION: Remove the rubber spacers after lowering the car. Do not drive the car with rubber spacers installed be-
tween the spring. COIL SPRING
COIL SPRING
RUBBER
SPACER
FRONT SUPPORT
POINT LIFT CONTACT PADS
REAR SUPPORT
POINT
RUBBER SPACERS
RUBBER SPACERS

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Warning/Caution Label Locations
SRS CAUTION LABELS: Refer to page 1-8.
FROZEN
BATTERY CAUTION
BATTERY
CAUTION
RADIATOR BLEED
PLUG CAUTION
AIR CONDITIONING
R-134a CAUTION
(U.S.A only)
EXPANSION
TANK CAP
CAUTION
ENGINE COOLANT
CAUTION • PRECAUTION
SPARK PLUG
CAUTION
TIRE INFORMATION
EMISSION CONTROL
INFORMATION and
VACUUM HOSE
ROUTING DIAGRAM
RETRACTABLE
HEADLIGHT CAUTION
ABS and BRAKE
FLUID CAUTION
ABS CAUTION
(cont’d)

Warning/Caution Label Locations
(cont’d)
A: CABLE REEL CAUTION A
CAUTION:
BEFORE INSTALLING CABLE REEL
B: CABLE REEL CAUTION B
CAUTION:
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE; DO NOT DIS-
ASSEMBLE OR TAMPER.
C: STEERING WHEEL WARNING
WARNING
BEFORE INSTALLING STEERING WHEEL:
D: INFLATOR WARNING
WARNING
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND
POSSIBLE INJURY:
ALWAYS INSTALL THE PROTECTIVE SHORT
CONNECTOR ON THE INFLATOR CONNECTOR
WHEN THE HARNESS IS DISCONNECTED.
E: DRIVER’S INFLATOR CAUTION
DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER. OR HEAVY MET-
ALS SUCH AS COPPER, LEAD. OR MERCURY,
MAY PRODUCE HARMFUL AND IRRITATING
GASES OR EXPLOSIVE COMPOUNDS. STORAGE
TEMPERATURES MUST NOT EXCEED 200°F. FOR
PROPER HANDLING. STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL
PROCEDURES REFER TO THE ACURA SERVICE
MANUAL, SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND
POTASSIUM NITRATE.
FIRST AID:
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE
VOMITING.
FOR EYE CONTACT, FLUSH EYES WITH WATER
FOR 15 MINUTES. IF GASES (FROM ACID OR
WATER CONTACT) AIR INHALED. SEEK FRESH
AIR. IN EVERY CASE. GET PROMPT MEDICAL AT-
TENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
F: MODULE WARNING
WARNING
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND
POSSIBLE INJURY:
ALWAYS INSTALL THE PROTECTIVE SHORT
CONNECTOR ON THE INFLATOR CONNECTOR
WHEN THE HARNESS IS DISCONNECTED.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD DIAGNO-
SIS BE PERFORMED USING ELECTRICAL TEST
EQUIPMENT OR PROBING DEVICES.
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. DO NOT DIS-
ASSEMBLE OR TAMPER.
STORE THE REMOVED AIRBAG ASSEMBLY WITH
THE PAD SURFACE UP.
FOR SPECIAL HANDLING OR STORAGE REFER TO
THE ACURA SERVICE MANUAL.
DISPOSE OF THE ENTIRE UNIT AS DIRECTED.
CENTER THE FRONT WHEELS.
ALIGN THE MARKS.
READ SERVICE MANUAL.
CENTER THE FRONT WHEELS.
ALIGN THE MARKS. (CABLE REEL)
READ SERVICE MANUAL.

G: DRIVER INFORMATION
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT
THIS CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIR-
BAG AS A SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYS-
TEM (SRS)
IT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT THE SEAT
BELT.
BEFORE DRIVING READ LABEL INSIDE THE
CONSOLE BOX.
H: SRS UNIT CAUTION
CAUTION
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR TAMPER.
DO NOT DROP.
STORE IN A CLEAN, DRY AREA.
I: STEERING COLUMN CAUTION
CAUTION
TO AVOID DAMAGING THE SRS CABLE OR REEL,
WHICH COULD MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERA-
TIVE, REMOVE THE STEERING WHEEL BEFORE
REMOVING THE STEERING SHAFT CONNECTOR
BOLT.
J: CONSOLE BOX INFORMATION
DRIVER’S AND PASSENGER’S AIRBAG INFORMA-
TION
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
CAN PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PROTECTION FOR
THE DRIVER AND PASSENGER IN A FRONTAL
COLLISION. A FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF
THE SRS IS IN YOUR OWNER’S MANUAL.
THE SYSTEM MUST BE INSPECTED TEN
YEARS AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE, AS
NOTED ON THE CERTIFICATION PLATE.
ANY REPAIR, INSPECTION OR NEARBY AC-
CESSORY INSTALLTION SHOULD BE DONE BY
AN ACURA DEALER.
IF YOUR SRS INDICATOR:
(cont’d)
LIGHTS WHILE DRIVING OR FLASHES;
FAILS TO LIGHT OR STAYS ON AFTER THE
IGNITION IS FIRST TURNED ON:
SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED ACURA DEALER.
(SUNVISOR)

Warning/Caution Label Locations
(cont’d)
K. PASSENGER’S INFLATOR CAUTION
DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER OR HEAVY MET-
ALS SUCH AS COPPER, LEAD OF MERCURY
HARMFUL AND IRRITATING GASES OR EXPLO-
SIVE COMPOUNDS.
STORAGE TEMPERATURES MUST NOT EXCEED
200°F (93°C). FOR PROPER HANDLING STOR-
AGE AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURES REFER TO
THE SERVICE MANUAL. SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND
POTASSIUM NITRATE.
FIRST AID
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE
VOMITING FOR EYE CONTACT FLUSH EYES
WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES.
IF GASES (FROM ACID OR WATER CONTACT)
ARE INHALED, SEEK FRESH AIR.
IN EVERY CASE, GET PROMPT MEDICAL AT-
TENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
L: POWRE SOURCE CAUTION
DANGER
DO NOT REMOVE, IMPACT OR DISASSEMBLE.
M: PRETENSIONER ELR CAUTION
CAUTION
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW FOR
REMOVAL OF THE PRETENSIONER.
N: ENGINE HOOD WARNING
WARNING
THIS VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIR-
BAG AS A SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM.
(SRS)
ALL SRS ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNEC-
TORS ARE COLORED YELLOW.
DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT ON
THESE CIRCUITS. TEMPERING WITH OR DISCON-
NECTING THE SRS WIRING COULD RESULT IN
ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF THE INFLATOR OR MAKE
THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE. WHICH MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.
O: LABEL AIRBAG
WARNING
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND
POSSIBLE INJURY:
ALWAYS INSTALL THE PROTECTIVE
SHORT CONNECTOR WHEN THE HARNESS
IS DISCONNECTED.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD DI-
AGNOSIS BE PERFORMED USING ELECTRI-
CAL TEST EQUIPMENT OR PROBING
DEVICES.
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR TAMPER.
STORE THE REMOVED AIRBAG ASSEMBLY
WITH THE PAD SURFACE UP.
FOR SPECIAL HANDLING OR STORAGE
REFER TO THE SERVICE MANUAL.
DISPOSE OF THE ENTIRE UNIT AS
DIRECTED.
SHORT COUPLER (RED) IS TO BE IN-
STALLED IMMEDIATELY WHENEVER COU-
PLER IS DISASSEMBLED.
ELECTRIC TESTER SPECIFIED BE USED FOR
CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS.
THE ANCHOR BOLT IN THE SHOULDER
AREA IS TO BE REMOVED BEFORE THE
PRETENSIONER.
NO DISASSEMBLY OR IMPACT ALLOWED.
FOR HANDLING, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL
METHOD, REFER TO THE SERVICE
MANUAL.

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CANADA Model
Vehicle Identification Number Transmission Number
Engine Number
Vehicle Identification Number
and Canadian Motor Vehicle
Safety Standard Certification
Paint Code
Paint Code

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Chassis and Paint Codes
U.S.Model
Vehicle Identification Number Transmission Number
Paint Code
Paint Code
G-70P
NH-547
NH-565
R-77
Color
Chariot Green Pearl
Berlina Black
Grand Prix White
Formula Red
Vehicle Identification Number
and Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standard Certification
Paint Code
Engine Number

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Lift and Support Points
Floor Jack
CAUTION: Place a rubber pad between the lift platform and the center support point to avoid damaging the car. The
lift platform must contact the support point only; it must not come in contact with any other part of the car.
1. Set the parking brake, and block the wheels that are
not being lifted.
2. When lifting the rear of the car, put the gearshift
lever in reverse (Automatic in position).
3. Raise the car high enough to insert the safety stands.
4. Adjust and place the safety stands as shown on page
1-11 so the car will be approximately level, then low-
er the car onto them.
• Always use safety stands when working on or un-
der any vehicle that is supported by only a jack.
• Never attempt to use a bumper jack for lifting or
supporting the car.
CENTER
SUPPORT POINT
FLOOR JACK
RUBBER PAD
LIFT PLATFORM
CENTER SUPPORT
POINT
RUBBER PAD

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Warning/Caution Label Locations
SRS CAUTION LABELS: Refer to page 1-8.
FROZEN
BATTERY CAUTION
BATTERY
CAUTION
RADIATOR BLEED
PLUG CAUTION
AIR CONDITIONING
R-134a CAUTION
(U.S.A only)
EXPANSION
TANK CAP
CAUTION
ENGINE COOLANT
CAUTION PRECAUTION
SPARK PLUG
CAUTION
TIRE INFORMATION
ABS CAUTION
ABS and BRAKE
FLUID CAUTION
RETRACTABLE
HEADLIGHT CAUTION
EMISSION CONTROL
INFORMATION and
VACUUM HOSE
ROUTING DIAGRAM
(cont’d)

Warning/Caution Label Locations
(cont’d)
A: CABLE REEL CAUTION A
REFER TO SERVICE MANUAL FOR DETAILED IN-
STRUCTIONS.
B: STEERING WHEEL NOTICE
NOTICE
IMPROPER STEERING WHEEL REMOVAL OR IN-
STALLATION CAN DAMAGE SRS COMPONENTS.
FOLLOW SERVICE MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY.
C: INFLATOR WARNING
WARNING
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND
POSSIBLE INJURY:
ALWAYS INSTALL THE PROTECTIVE SHORT
CONNECTOR ON THE INFLATOR CONNECTOR
WHEN THE HARNESS IS DISCONNECTED.
D: DRIVER’S INFLATOR CAUTION
DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER OR HEAVY METALS
SUCH AS COPPER, LEAD OR MERCURY MAY PRODUCE
HARMFUL AND IRRITATING GASES OR EXPLOSIVE
COMPOUNDS. STORAGE TEMPERATURES MUST NOT
EXCEED 200°F (100°C). FOR PROPER HANDLING,
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURES REFER TO
SERVICE MANUAL, SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND POTAS-
SIUM NITRATE.
FIRST AID
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE VOMITING.
FOR EYE CONTACT, FLUSH EYES WITH WATER FOR 15
MINUTES. IF GASES (FROM ACID OR WATER CON-
TACT) ARE INHALED, SEEK FRESH AIR. IN EVERY CASE,
GET PROMPT MEDICAL ATTENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
E: DRIVER MODULE WARNING
WARNING
THE AIRBAG INFLATOR IS EXPLOSIVE AND, IF AC-
CIDENTALLY DEPLOYED, CAN SERIOUSLY HURT OR
KILL YOU.
DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT OR
PROBING DEVICES.
THEY CAN CAUSE ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT.
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. DO NOT DISAS-
SEMBLE.
PLACE AIRBAG UPRIGHT WHEN REMOVED.
FOLLOW SERVICE MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY.

(SUNVISOR)
F: DRIVER INFORMATION
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT
THIS CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH A DRIVER AIR-
BAG AS A SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYS-
TEM (SRS)
IT IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT THE SEAT
BELT.
BEFORE DRIVING READ LABEL INSIDE THE
CONSOLE BOX.
G: MONITOR NOTICE
NOTICE
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER TO SERVICE MANUAL FOR DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS.
H: STEERING COLUMN CAUTION
CAUTION
TO AVOID DAMAGING THE SRS CABLE OR REEL,
WHICH COULD MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERA-
TIVE, REMOVE THE STEERING WHEEL BEFORE
REMOVING THE STEERING SHAFT CONNECTOR
BOLT.
L: CONSOLE BOX INFORMATION
AIRBAG INFORMATION
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
THE SRS MUST BE INSPECTED TEN YEARS AF-
TER IT IS INSTALLED. THE DATE OF INSTAL-
LATION IS SHOWN ON THE CERTIFICATION
PLATE, LOCATED ON THE DRIVER’S DOOR
JAMB.
DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS AND REPLACEMENT OF
SRS COMPONENTS MUST BE DONE BY AN
AUTHORIZED DEALER.
SEE YOUR OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ADDI-
TIONAL SRS INFORMATION.
(cont’d)

Warning/Caution Label Locations
(cont’d)
J: PASSENGER’S INFLATOR CAUTION
DANGER
EXPLOSIVE/FLAMMABLE
CONTACT WITH ACID, WATER OR HEAVY MET-
ALS SUCH AS COPPER, LEAD OF MERCURY
HARMFUL AND IRRITATING GASES OR EXPLO-
SIVE COMPOUNDS.
STORAGE TEMPERATURES MUST NOT EXCEED
200°F (93°C). FOR PROPER HANDLING STOR-
AGE AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURES REFER TO
THE SERVICE MANUAL, SRS SUPPLEMENT.
POISON
CONTAINS POISONOUS SODIUM AZIDE AND
POTASSIUM NITRATE.
FIRST AID
IF CONTENTS ARE SWALLOWED, INDUCE
VOMITING FOR EYE CONTACT FLUSH EYES
WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES.
IF GASES (FROM ACID OR WATER CONTACT)
ARE INHALED, SEEK FRESH AIR.
IN EVERY CASE, GET PROMPT MEDICAL AT-
TENTION.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
WARNING
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND
POSSIBLE INJURY:
ALWAYS INSTALL THE PROTECTIVE SHORT
CONNECTOR WHEN THE HARNESS IS DIS-
CONNECTED.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD DIAG-
NOSIS BE PERFORMED USING ELECTRICAL
TEST EQUIPMENT OR PROBING DEVICES.
NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR TAMPER.
STORE THE REMOVED AIRBAG ASSEMBLY
WITH THE PAD SURFACE UP.
FOR SPECIAL HANDLING OR STORAGE REFER
TO THE SERVICE MANUAL.
DISPOSE OF THE ENTIRE UNIT AS DIRECTED.
K: POWRE SOURCE CAUTION
DANGER
DO NOT REMOVE, IMPACT OR DISASSEMBLE.
L: PRETENSIONER ELR CAUTION
CAUTION
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW FOR
REMOVAL OF THE PRETENSIONER.
SHORT COUPLER (RED) IS TO BE INSTALLED
IMMEDIATELY WHENEVER COUPLER IS DIS-
ASSEMBLED.
ELECTRIC TESTER SPECIFIED BE USED FOR
CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS.
THE ANCHOR BOLT IN THE SHOULDER AREA
IS TO BE REMOVED BEFORE THE PRETEN-
SIONER.
NO DISASSEMBLY OR IMPACT ALLOWED.
FOR HANDLING, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL
METHOD, REFER TO THE SERVICE MANUAL.
M: SRS WARNING (HOOD)
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
THIS VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH DRIVER AND
FRONT SEAT PASSENGER AIRBAGS.
ALL SRS ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNEC-
TORS ARE COLORED YELLOW.
TAMPERING WITH, DISCONNECTING OR USING
ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT ON THE SRS WIR-
ING CAN MAKE THE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE OR
CAUSE ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF THE INFLATOR.
WARNING
THE AIRBAG INFLATOR IS EXPLOSIVE AND, IF
ACCIDENTALLY DEPLOYED, CAN SERIOUSLY
HURT YOU. FOLLOW SERVICE MANUAL IN-
STRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
N: LABEL

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