Question about 1990 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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SOURCE: 1990 MERCEDES-BENZ E CLASS
Move to position "P" and turn ignition key to position "0".
Ball nipple of cable (40B) Cable
Clip in and insert into holder.
Pull jacket in direction of arrow until lock lever (44B) rests against the cam (48).
Ball nipple of cable (40L)
Clip in and insert.
Pull jacket in direction of arrow until lock lever (44L) rests against cam (48) and tighten retaining bolt to 5 Nm .
NOTE: The cables are bolted to the steering lock and hooked onto the brake pedal operating lever. They are routed securely to the floor-mounted shift control without kinks.
Testing After Adjustment
Ignition key in position "1" and brake pedal depressed > or = 25 mm :
The locking levers (44B) and (44L) must disengage fully from the cam (48) so that the selector lever handle can be moved to position "N" without resistance. The parking lock is unlocked.
Brake pedal not depressed:
Move selector lever handle from position "N" to position "P" and turn ignition key to position "0": the locking levers (44B) and (44L) must engage in the cam (48). The parking lock is operative. Press on protective cap.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Common causes for High-pitched noise from rear wheels are:
The wheel bearing: this is not usually dangerous in the short term, but I recommend contacting a mechanic and having it fixed. To test the wheel bearing, you lock front wheels, and jack up the car rear and spin the wheel (handbrake unlocked). If bearing is worn you hear a drone. When is the bearing, often car starts vibration above 40 mph.
Noise from bearing can be continuous, intermittent, only when steering, only when hot.
The brake pads: when brake pads are worn out they start making a squealing noise, in this case the noise is only when you brake or continuous. When you jack up the car the wheel may be a little stiff, but not necessarily.When brake pads are completely gone you also hear a scratching noise when braking. Inspect your brakes immediately.
Other suspension problems: Jack up the car as suggested above, check if the wheel has a slight play on the sides. Check all of the suspension components, suspension mounting points, and steering linkage for damage. Also, check the frame rail for wrinkles. It is very important that these components be in good condition, if you notice any problem here, go immediately to a mechanic.
Try doing the simple test above, reinstalling the wheel and working the tire back and forth. This is a common test for bad ball joints and wheel bearings.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
most likely dirty switches or bad fuses. Try rotating fuses and then try moving them again. Corrosion on the fuses cause "gremlins" in the system. If not find a junkyard and pull out a set of used switches or try autohausaz.com for new replacements.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
A Mercedes benz dealer in parts and service should be able to order a manel for you if not,try Auto Zone they have the chelton books that show how to for Mercedes.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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