What will you find in the Mercedes-Benz Actros repair book?
Engine type: OM 936 LA / OM 470 LA / OM 471 LA / OM 473 LA. V-6/V-8 OM501 V6 / OM502 V8
Engine displacement: 8D / 11D / 13D / 16D l. 12
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The Mercedes-Benz Atego repair book is a step-by-step and clear description of repair procedures, features of care of the car and its service. The information is presented in an accessible form and is accompanied by detailed images. The book also lists the possible faults of the car and methods of their elimination.
Engine type: 900.9 / 902.9 / 904.9 / 906.9 / 924.9 / 926.9
Engine displacement: 4.3 / 4.8 / 6.4 / 7.2 l.
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A step-by-step guide for the repair of various Axor components and assemblies, instructions for self-care and maintenance of the car, information about the design of the car and how to prevent a malfunction, information for a trip to a service station if an independent repair is not possible.
Engine type: ОМ 457 LA Euro 4
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Daimler-Chrysler AG, the world's oldest manufacturer of trucks (since 1896) and diesel (since 1924), has been in existence since 1998. Then the German concern Daimler-Benz AG (since 1926) joined the third largest American manufacturer Chrysler Motors (since 1924), creating the world's fourth largest multinational concern. DC is the world's third largest truck manufacturer. The largest German automotive division produces all types of trucks and commercial vehicles with a gross weight of 2.7 to 33 tons.
Mercedes-Benz has produced 277.6 thousand cars in Western Europe alone, and 313.3 thousand together with branches. Thirty years later, on June 28, 1926, the two oldest German automobile companies merged, the Daimler Motor Company and the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft of Stuttgart and Benz und Company. Mannheim.
As a result, the world-famous Daimler-Benz AG was born, producing the well-known Mercedes-Benz. Immediately after the merger, the trucks were manufactured only at the former Benz plant in Gaggenau, and Daimler's plants in Mannheim and Marienfeld were temporarily out of use. After the merger of the previous programs of both partners, there is almost nothing left. Daimler's obsolete DC / DR range has been eliminated, and the only reminder of the Benz is a 5-tonne Mercedes-Benz L5 truck (formerly the Benz 5CN) with a 70-horsepower engine. Already in 1926 a new range was laid.
Initially, it included two models "L1" and "L2" with a capacity of 1.0 and 2.5 tons with gasoline engines in 50-55 "horses", 3-speed gearbox, cardan drive and pneumatic tires. In 1927, there was a 5-ton 3-axle truck "N5" (6 × 4) with a 6-cylinder 100-horsepower engine, all-wheel brakes and a compressor for pumping tires, as well as a low-frame semi-hood chassis "NJ5" for garbage trucks and fire engines.
From the first days of the new company's existence, a standard indexing of models was introduced. On-board trucks received the index "L" with a digital indicator of their load capacity in tons, dump trucks - "K", all-wheel drive options - "A", buses - "O", and later hoodless versions and truck tractors had indices "P" and "S" ”. Since 1929, the only digit in the label has been replaced by a four-digit number. Now the range consisted of seven basic models from "L1000" to "L5000" with a capacity of 750 kilograms to 5 tons, equipped with 6-cylinder carburetor engines with a capacity of 48-110 horsepower.
The first proprietary diesel "OM5" was a 6-cylinder pre-chamber (8550 cmz, 60 "horses" at 1300 rpm) and weighed 630 kilograms. In 1928, it was installed on a 3-axle truck "N56" (6 × 4) with a cardan drive of both rear axles, developing a speed of 45 km / h. Huge costs for the development of diesels and low demand for such machines have caused the company's management a negative attitude towards them. Until 1932, diesels were used mainly on 5-ton L5000 cars, and for heavier ones, a 150-horsepower Maybach V12 petrol engine was used.
The crisis of the late 1920s forced Daimler-Benz to reduce production from 3,800 to 1,600 trucks. By the end of 1930, the situation had been rectified by introducing the inexpensive L2000 / 2500 range for urban transport. It used unified gasoline and diesel engines of the OM59 series (3760 cmz), which had the same power of 55 "horses" and proved the advantages of the latter: diesel consumed 13 liters of fuel, gasoline version - 22 liters per 100 kilometers. Adolf Hitler came to power not without significant financial assistance from Daimler-Benz, who facilitated the issuance of large government orders, accompanied by favorable benefits.
This led to the rapid transformation of Daimler-Benz into the largest German machine-building concern. As early as 1933, his activities and program were in fact determined by a representative of the National Socialist Party, who was introduced to the board of the concern. In 1933, another L2750 and L3500 diesel trucks (65-95 hp) appeared in the Daimler-Benz program, and the latter tested an 8-cylinder diesel engine with a capacity of 150-200 "horses", which was first received Roots volume supercharger.
A year later, there was a car "L5000" with a 10-liter diesel "OM79" in 120 horsepower and 5-speed transmission. In 1934, 5,600 trucks were manufactured, and in 1935, a plant in Mannheim was put into operation, producing all-wheel drive models "LA3000 / 4500" (4 × 4). The reconstructed plant in Marienfeld has also started production of the LG401O off-road vehicle with a 100-horsepower diesel engine and an 8-speed gearbox.
In the mid-30s began production of a new range of 1-4 tons (models from "L1100" to "L3750") with carburetor or diesel engines in 45-95 horsepower, as well as a heavy family, including 2 and 3 axle models "L6500", "L8500" and 17-ton "L10000" (6 × 4) with a wheelbase of 5750 millimeters and all single-slope tires. The latter was equipped with 6-cylinder 150-horsepower diesel engines "OM54" or "OM57" (11.2 and 12.5 liters) and a 4-speed transmission, weighed 7.5 tons and developed a speed of 75 km / h. LK dump trucks and LZ ballast tractors with a shortened base (3150-3650 millimeters) were created on the basis of the family.
By 1937, Daimler-Benz, with about 10,000 trucks, had become Germany's largest manufacturer of diesel engines and one of the leading European companies. A novelty in 1937 was the 1.5-ton L1500 truck produced in Mannheim. It was offered with a petrol 2.2-liter engine in 45 "horses" or a new 4-cylinder diesel "OM138" (2545 cmz, 47 hp) and a 4-speed gearbox from standard cars Mercedes-Benz ”. He developed the highest speed among the trucks "Mercedes" - 80 km / h.
At the same time began production of updated series "L2000", "L2500" and "L3000" with different types of engines in 60-100 horsepower. By 1939, the program consisted exclusively of diesel and gas-generating machines with a capacity of 3.0-6.5 tons. Since the mid-1930s, Daimler-Benz has sharply intensified work on military equipment. In 1938, the production of army vehicles exceeded the production of civilian trucks, and since 1940, almost all production has been transferred to the manufacture of military products.