If the pneumatic system is charged from an external source of compressed air, it should be done through the air drier charging nipple to prevent moisture entering the pneumatic system. . The parking brake should be released during the check. Nevertheless, in certain cases a bearing play of up to 0. Examine each tire tread for unusual wear patterns. To check the remaining amount of wear on the clutch, and for information on the values for maximum amount of wear on the clutch, see Service Information group 41. Fill the container with distilled water.
Oil level check 1 Note: Under no circumstances may the level fall below the lower marking. Chock a wheel so that the vehicle cannot start to roll. During any inspection or adjustment of input shaft end float, use service information group 46 as an aid. Use a mild degreasing agent and water when cleaning. Clean around the drain plug. Check that the earth cable between the cab and the engine block is undamaged.
Check the oil level on the dipstick. If possible, check the odometer against a measured mile. T7009913 Note: Use the crow bar as in the figure, and not in any other position because of the risk of damaging the rubber seals on the V-stay. C1000029 19 Group 17 Annual service Annual service 17 Check air drier 1 Note: If the drying agent has to be changed, depending on the air drier service interval, please refer to Additional procedures. T9007322 67 Group 17 Annual service Annual service 89 Check compressed air lines and hoses 1 The compressed air system must be charged. The pinion bearing should have a certain pre-load. Check that the air bellows are undamaged.
The parking brake must be applied. Clean round the oil level plug B. It covers every single detail on your car. Protective glasses should be worn when working with batteries. Note: The filters must not be cleaned, replacement is the only measure that may be taken. T4015836 Because of the end float, a 6×4, 6×6 or 8×4 vehicle can display radial play without necessarily having any adverse effect on the transfer gear. C5001561 If in doubt of the pressure regulator cut-in and cut-out pressure, see service information group 56.
Note: Before checking a drop in pressure, let the vehicle stand for a few minutes so that the pressure can stabilise. T1006743 The electric wear sensor shows the average lining wear on the pair of brake pads. Otherwise, hot oil can be forced out of the retarder and cause burns. The difference in travel on the same axle must not exceed 5 mm. . If the sealing ring is damaged it must be replaced.
Starting difficulties can be caused by damaged cabling. Check the Rim Flange wear on Aluminum Wheels every time the tire is replaced. The products are under continuous development. If this limit is exceeded, the customer must be contacted. Check that the rollers on the levers are not stuck.
T1006725 Use service information group 03 as an aid. Check function of heater and air conditioning. You get everything you will ever need on one easy-to-use cd-manual. In service procedures where the title incorporates an operation number, this is a reference to V. Some vehicles with 2—circuit steering systems have twin oil reservoirs for the power steering. T4011554 Check that the breather hose is securely fixed to the nipple.
Apply grease until new grease is forced out and becomes visible. Use service information group 7 as a guide if the air suspension system needs adjusting or repairing. Check that the control lamp for the preheating lights up and the preheating starts. The following has been pointed out by the customer. The ignition key should be in the driving position. Disc brakes The brake calipers for disc brakes are equipped with two wear sensors, one mechanical and one electric. T1006378 Oil dipstick in oil reservoir on vehicles with hydraulically steered pusher and trailing wheel axles: Unplug the connector on the electrical cable to the dipstick.