Mercedes S-Class W-220

since 1998 release

Repair and operation of the car



Mercedes W220
+ Mercedes-Benz cars of the class S (W220)
+ Operation manual
+ Routine maintenance
+ Engine
+ Cooling system and heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Engine electric equipment
+ Automatic transmission
+ Power shafts
+ Brake system
- Suspension bracket and steering
   Security measures
   + Forward suspension bracket
   + Back suspension bracket
   - Steering
      The angles of installation of wheels of the car - the general information
      Conditions of check of angles of installation of wheels
      Adjustment of forward wheels
      Adjustment of back wheels
      Check of clearance of a body of the car
      Removal and installation of the steering mechanism
      Pump of the amplifier of steering
      Dismantling and assembly of the pump of the amplifier of steering
      Dismantling and assembly of an electronic and adjustable steering column
      Removal and installation of the lower steering shaft
      Removal and installation of the drive for telescopic adjustment of a steering column
      Removal and installation of an emphasis of a pipe
      Dismantling and assembly of an internal pipe
      Installation of the top arm of fastening of a pipe
      Removal and installation of the blocking cylinder
      Contact spring
+ Body
+ Onboard electric equipment
+ Schemes of electric equipment






Removal and installation of the lower steering shaft

Removal

 PERFORMANCE ORDER

Turn off a nut 96.


Installation

 PERFORMANCE ORDER

1. Wrap a nut 96 on the top steering shaft 70g. Establish the lower steering shaft on a nut 96 and wrap them together, continuing to rotate both parts until they are not blocked in shlitsevy connection.

2. Turn the lower steering shaft 80a so that the fork of the hinge was established down. Insert the adjusting tool 075 into a groove of the top shaft and establish a fork of the lower shaft 80a so that it was established in parallel to "X" to the adjusting tool 075.

3. Establish a steering wheel on a steering shaft. Tighten a nut 96.