Question about Baby Gear
I am about to buy an automatic Mercedes A-160 & the seller has told me that the gearbox is Damaged. I am a First time buyer who knows nothing about cars!!! Or the cost of repairs. Below is the description given:
"The car itself is fine other than the fact that when selecting drive or reverse, it displays a fault code "F". You are still able to drive it, however, it goes into 'limp home' mode where you only have 2 gears. 1 drive & 1 reverse. the engine does & has always run well."
I would like to know 3 things please:
I know those car are interesting mercedes ,bmw, ect you have to think twise you need lot of money to have a car like that part are note cheap plus it harder to find part compare to japanise or american if you live in the state i mean trany rebuilt is about 2,000.00 and there many oder stuff thant can go wroung be carefull thank you pierre
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Sep 21, 2011 | Evenflo Symphony Convertible Car Seat -...
Just did it. It took two of us, but only a couple of minutes and no
tools (except a table knife) once we'd worked out what the problem was. The
reason the strap doesn't thread easily through the slot is that there is a sprung
two-part mechanism that needs to be held open. One person threads the strap through
while the other keeps the mechanism open.
1) Find the slot under the
chair that the strap goes into - turn the seat upside down; it's a thin gap you
can feel with your fingertip when you run your finger along the narrow back of
the metal strip under the front of the seat (not the base).
2) Remove the metal rod
that attaches the grey reclining lever. The rod is about 20 cm long and can be pushed
out without tools. Removing this rod seems to make it easier to open the buckle
mechanism. When replacing the rod later, you just have to line it up carefully with
holes (we used a torch to help us see them)
Make sure the strap passes under the metal rod at the bottom of the seat
back (you can see how here in a small photo here: http://www.englishforum.ch/attachments/sale-wanted/37565d1327058634-sale-maxi-cosi-tobi-car-seat-9mths-3-yrs-zh-maxi_cosi_tobu_small.jpg)
4) Push back buckle as
far as it will go (it goes back past vertical easily, then needs another firmer
Hold the buckle in this backwards position.
Insert a table knife (rounded and blunt, not sharp) into the space under
the buckle and push back the sprung, hinged plastic part that the knife touches
at the back.
Person 1 then threads the strap back through the slot, pushing until then
end comes out.
Tie a knot in the end of the strap so you don't accidentally pull it
Replace the metal rod in the reclining mechanism.
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