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Filed Under (Mercedes-Benz) by admin on 11-06-2010
2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320 3.2L 2001 Mercedes-Benz E320 3.2L 2001 Mercedes-Benz C240 2.6L 2001 Mercedes-Benz E320 4Matic 3.2L 2001 Mercedes-Benz C320 3.2L 2002 Mercedes-Benz ML320 3.2L Potential Causes: Pedal Sensor Throttle Body Wiring Tech Tips: With new sensor the throttle stops must be relearned. Use compatible scan tool and perform adaptations. ALWAYS verify charging system voltage is correct. Tests/Procedures: 1. Connect scan tool and monitor voltages of pedal sensor B37. Signal 1 (Accelerator pedal position: Idle speed):[0.2...0.5] V Signal 2 (Accelerator pedal position: Idle speed):[0.1...0.5] V Signal 1 (Accelerator pedal position:Kickdown):[4.3...4.8] V Signal 2 (Accelerator pedal position:Kickdown):[2.1...2.5] V 3. Test throttle body voltages with scan tool. Potentiometer #2 signal voltage ignition on, accelerator pedal position CTP 0.3-0.9 VDC, WOT > CTP value Potentiometer #1 signal voltage Ignition on, accelerator pedal position CTP 4.0-4.6 VDC, WOT < CTP value.
Filed Under (Mercedes-Benz) by admin on 13-09-2009
Manual contains in-depth maintenance, service and repair information for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class from 1994 to 2000. The aim throughout has been simplicity and clarity, with practical explanations, step-by-step procedures and accurate specifications. Whether you’re a professional or a do-it-yourself Mercedes-Benz owner, this manualhelps you understand, care for and repair your car Electrical system service, with an easy-to-use illustrated component
locator section. • Comprehensive wiring schematics, including power distribution and grounds. • Mercedes-Benz OBD II diagnostic trouble codes, SAE-defined OBD II P-codes, as well as basic scan tool operation.
• Mercedes-Benz factory tolerance, wear limits, adjustments and tightening torque
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 29-05-2010
Inner Pivot Shaft & Bushing Replacement (C10 & G10/20 With Rubber Bushings) 1. Mount control arm assembly in a vise. Install Front Control Arm Bushing Service Set (J-24435 which must include “C” Clamp J-24435-7 , Adapter J-24435-1 , Receiver J-24435-3 , Installer J-24435-4 and Adapter J-24435-5 ) onto control arm bushing using “C” clamp and proper adapters. See Fig. 6 . 2. Tighten clamp to draw out old bushing, then discard bushing. Remove pivot shaft from control arm if necessary. Reposition control arm in vise and remove opposite side bushing. 3. Lubricate new bushing with rubber grease and position into control arm bore. Install “C” clamp and proper adapters over bushing, then tighten clamp to press bushing into position. See Fig. 6 .
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 02-03-2011
Removal 1. Raise vehicle on hoist. Refer to Section 00-02. 2. Remove rear wheel and tire assembly. 3. Remove rear stabilizer bar link and bushing link nuts at both ends of rear stabilizer bar (5A772) . Rotate bar up and out of the way. 4. Disconnect parking brake rear cable and conduit (2A635) at rear disc brake caliper (2553) . 5. Install three Rotunda Spring Cages 086-00031 or equivalent to rear spring as follows: a. Install one spring cage without an adjuster link to the inboard side (the innermost “bend” of the rear spring (5560) ). b. Install two more spring cages, with adjusters, at 120 degree angles to the previously installed cage. Spring, Rear 6. Place a transmission jack or suitable stand under the rear suspension arm and bushing (5500) as far outboard as possible. 7. Support the rear wheel knuckle (5A969) assembly by wiring the rear suspension arm and bushing to the body. 8. Remove lower rear shock absorber mounting bolt, washer and nut. 9. NOTE: Rear suspension arm and bushing must not be lowered until pivot bolts are loose. Do not attempt to remove plastic cap on front pivot nut. Loosen both inboard pivot bolts on rear suspension arm and bushing . 10. Remove two bolts and nuts retaining rear suspension arm and bushing to rear wheel knuckle . 11. Lower the rear suspension arm and bushing by lowering jack. Ensure spring cages properly seat on rear spring as rear suspension arm and bushing is dropped. 12. Remove jack, lower rear suspension arm and bushing down fully by hand and remove rear spring with cages in place. 13. Remove rear spring center mounting insulators (5741) , if necessary. 14. If spring cages are to be removed for installation on rear spring , use Coil Spring Compressor D78P-5310-A or equivalent to compress rear spring and remove cages. Rear spring center mounting insulator should be installed on rear spring before installing rear spring in tool to prevent slipping of plates.
Filed Under (GM) by admin on 10-08-2010
Tools Required ^ J22912-01 Split-Plate Bearing Puller ^ J2619-01 Slide Hammer ^ J29369-1 Bushing and Bearing Remover ^ J29369-2 Bushing and Bearing Remover (2-3 inch) ^ J33791 Carrier Bushing Remover/Installer ^ J34011 Pilot Bearing Remover ^ J36598 Holding Fixture ^ J36599-A Side Bearing Nut Wrench ^ J36616 Axle Mount Bushing Remover/Installer ^ J36615 Side Bearing Nut Wrench ^ J8614-01 Flange and Pulley Holding Tool Inspection Procedure Perform the following before disassembling the axle: 1. Remove the fill plug from the axle. 2. Remove the drain plug from the axle. 3. Drain the axle lubricant. 4. Inspect the oil and the case for metal chips. Determine the source of the metal chips, such as a broken gear or bearing cage. 5. Check the ring gear backlash. This information can be used in order to determine the cause of the axle problem. The information will also help when setting up and preloading the differential case. Determine the cause of the axle problem before disassembly, if possible. Disassembly Procedure 1. Remove the upper differential carrier assembly bushing by performing the following steps: 1.1. Install the J36616-2 (1), the J33791-1 (2), the thrust bearing (3), the J21474-18 (4), and the forcing screw as shown. 1.2. Remove the upper differential carrier assembly bushing by holding the forcing screw and tightening the J21474-18. 2. Remove the lower differential carrier assembly bushing by performing the following steps: 2.1. Install the J21474-18 (1), the thrust bearing (2), the J33791-1 (3), the J36616-2 (4), and the forcing screw as shown. 2.2. Remove the lower differential carrier assembly bushing by holding the forcing screw and tightening the J21474-18. 3. Remove the front axle actuator. 4. Remove the inner axle shaft housing to differential carrier assembly bolts.