Views:50084|Rating:4.86|View Time:8:Minutes|Likes:528|Dislikes:15 How to install a Maxxair vent fan in a Mercedes Sprinter. See the complete write-up here:
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Views:280|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:24Minutes|Likes:29|Dislikes:0 Mercedes A35 AMG – INTERIOR – The 2.0-litre turbo engine in the A 35 4MATIC is an entirely new development and is based on the M 260 four-cylinder engine in the new A-Class. #Mercedes #A35 #AMG
The new drive system boasts a spontaneous response to accelerator pedal commands, high tractive power (400 Nm max. torque from 3000 rpm), a supremely lively response and an emotional engine sound. The crankcase made of high-strength, lightweight die-cast aluminium reduces the vehicle weight where it matters most for driving dynamics.
Sporty interior with MBUX multimedia system
The interior of the A 35 4MATIC follows the entry performance logic of Mercedes-AMG with seat covers in ARTICO man-made leather with DINAMICA microfibre in black, red contrasting stitching and red belts or ARTICO man-made leather in black/digital grey. Red piping on the microfibre DINAMICA trim element and ventilation nozzles with a red ring add further accents.
The combination of sporty design and sophisticated details is also featured in the MBUX multimedia system with its innovative operating and display concept. In the new A 35 4MATIC too MBUX replaces the previous COMAND systems and creates an even closer connection between the vehicle, driver and passengers. Emotionally appealing presentations underline the clear control structure and feature brilliant maximum-resolution 3D graphics. Visually, the two displays under one shared glass cover blend into a Widescreen Cockpit and as a central element consequently emphasise the horizontal orientation of the interior design.
Fully digital instrument cluster with three AMG display styles
The customer can choose between three AMG display styles for the instrument cluster: “Classic”, “Sport” and “Supersport”. The different styles can be changed at any time using the Touch Control buttons on the steering wheel. The Supersport mode is particularly striking with a central, round rev counter and additional information presented in the form of bars to the left and right of the rev counter: with a three-dimensional perspective, they reach far into the background to an artificial horizon.
Via the AMG menu, the driver can call up additional sporty information such as the gear display (and yellow “M” symbol in manual mode), the warm-up menu (engine oil and transmission fluid temperature), set-up menu (AMG DYNAMIC SELECT settings), as well as a G-force meter and engine data.
Touchscreen multimedia display and new centre console
The touchscreen multimedia display also emphasises the dynamic character with individual AMG displays such as visualisation of the drive programs, vehicle and engine data, AMG TRACK PACE (optional) and telemetry data. It represents the interface to all further content and information, such as navigation, radio, media, telephone and vehicle data. The large full-screen map view ensures optimum legibility in all driving situations.
The AMG-specific centre console in piano lacquer finish with standard touchpad has additional buttons that control the functions ESP®, manual transmission mode and the AMG RIDE CONTROL adaptive damping system (optional). In conjunction with the optional leather package, it features a silver chrome surround.
And needless to say, the A 35 4MATIC also comes with trailblazing voice control, activated with the words “Hey Mercedes”. Thanks to artificial intelligence, MBUX recognises and understands nearly all sentences from the fields of infotainment and vehicle operation, even if they are expressed indirectly.
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Views:76301|Rating:nan|View Time:9:21Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: The importance of inspecting and / or changing your car’s air filter(s) is covered in this video. You will get to see an example of some real bad maintenance. This is a nuts and bolts series and is well suited to the average DIY mechanic.
In this multi-part video series, Kent covers some of the most common service and maintenance you can do on these cars yourself. Once again, if you are going to own one and you want a happy and long lasting “marriage” you had better learn how to do some of the maintenance yourself. The series begins will some of the simple things you can do if you are just starting out working on your own Benz and will move on to some of the more difficult intermediate D.I.Y. jobs.
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Views:7|Rating:nan|View Time:1:49Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Fuel Filter Replacement
Make sure you change out your fuel filters at the regularly schedule times and do not let them get as bad as the ones on our project car
Applies to: 300TD (1979-85), 230 (1977-78), 240D (1977-83), 280CE (1978-81), 280E (1977-81), 300CD (1978-85), 300D (1977-85)
Tab:$12 to $25
Tools:Philips screwdriver, 24mm socket
Mercedes-Benz W123 (1977-85)
Hot Tip:Use the hand pump before attempting to start
Performance Gain:Better running motor
Complementary Modification:Change air filter
There are two fuel filters on the W123 300TD; one is on the supply line and is a clear filter, the other attaches to the lines and bracket behind the power steering pump. Changing the filters is easy and should be part of your regularly scheduled maintenance. One tip is to make sure you fill the metal filter with as much diesel as you can when installing and use the hand pump to move air out of the system, this will make start up easier after you have changed the filters.
When you are working with fuel always remember to take safety precautions; wear gloves and eye protection and work in well ventilated areas. Remember never have an open flame, space heaters or open incandescent lights near your project. Always have a fire extinguisher at arm’s reach and make sure it is fully charged.
Over the years your car may have been serviced by multiple people including previous owners and this can lead to parts replaced with different size fasteners and hardware. The sizes of the nuts and bolts we give may be different from what you have so be prepared with different size sockets and wrenches.
Our vehicle may vary slightly from yours as Mercedes redesigned systems and sub-system as the models developed over the years. If something is different on your vehicle please let us know and share your info to help other users. If you have any questions or comments or even a different procedure you would like to share please leave it below and please leave your vehicle information.
Views:13402|Rating:1.67|View Time:1:21Minutes|Likes:7|Dislikes:14 Watch this video for common Mercedes Benz Air Conditioner problems and solutions.
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