Mercedes S-Class W-140

1991-1999 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Mercedes S-Class
+ Mercedes-Benz cars of the class S (W-140)
+ Operation manual
+ Routine maintenance
+ Engine
+ Cooling systems, heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Engine electric equipment
+ Gear shifting box
+ Automatic transmission
+ Coupling
- Brake system
   Specifications
   Arrangement of components of the ASR/ETS traction control system
   Arrangement of components of the amplifier of emergency brake application (BAS)
   Arrangement of components of the ESP system
   Dismantling and assembly of the "Tandem" main brake cylinder (MBC) (model 140.028/032/033/135)
   Removal, installation and check of serviceability of functioning of the servo-driver of the vacuum amplifier of brakes
   Removal and installation of a brake support
   Check of thickness of a brake disk and overlays of brake shoes
   Removal and installation of blocks of the parking brake
   Removal and installation of a forward cable of the drive of the parking brake
   Adjustment of the parking brake
   Wheel ABS sensors - installation details
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Body
+ Onboard electric equipment






Adjustment of the parking brake

Models till 01.11.93

Adjustment of the parking brake on models 140 for 31.10.93 the issue.


 PERFORMANCE ORDER

1. Lift a back part of the car.
2. Turn off on one bolt on each back wheel.
3. By means of the screw-driver (3 mm), rotate an adjusting bolt of "b" of the regulator (105) clockwise until the back wheel is not blocked.
4. Turn an adjusting bolt (b) back approximately on 5 - 5.5 turns so that the wheel could rotate freely.
5. Several times squeeze out a pedal of the drive of the parking brake.
6. Wrap bolts of fastening of wheels and lower the car.

Models since 01.11.93 of the issue.

Adjustment of the parking brake on models 140 till 01.11.93 of the issue.


 PERFORMANCE ORDER

1. Lift a back part of the car.
2. Turn off on one bolt on each back wheel.
3. By means of the screw-driver (4.5 mm), turn an adjusting castor (105) so that brake shoes blocked a wheel.
4. Turn an adjusting castor (105) back so that the wheel could rotate freely (approximately on 5-6 teeths).