TECDATA autoTechniCAL Database Mec-PRO Online
Extensive basic version for specialised setting, maintenance and repair instructions.
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ( VIN )
- Location VIN and identification label
- VIN decoder
Click on the identification label to obtain specific vehicle information. Click on the vehicle label to get details regarding the vehicle, engine, gearbox and optional equipment.
LOCATION EOBD / OBD II CONNECTOR
- Location of the EOBD connector in the vehicle
- Maintencance schedules ( based on OEM )
- Printable work sheets
- Link to general components
- Follow-up tasks
- Maintenance times
- Service indicator reset
- Replacement intervals of timing belts
- Tyre pressure monitoring systems
START - AND STOP SYSTEM: DEACTIVATING / ACTIVATING
When instructions on the engine have to be performed.
Option 1 : Press the button
Note: The telltale of the start- and stop system should be activated.
The system has now been deactivated.
Option 2 : Remove the safety belt of the driver from belt lock.
Open the door of the driver.
SERVICE INDICATOR RESET
Resetting the service interval indicator.
To perform reset diagnostic equipment is required.
Switch off the ignition lock. Press button (2)
Hold the reset button and switch on the ignition lock
On the display of the day counter appears 'Service INSP'
Release the button
Press the button shortly
Within 20 seconds
The system has been reset.
LUBRICANTS AND LIQUIDS
All specifications for oil and liquids in one overview.
All thinkable specifications are available here, with handy links to related information for additional convenience and techncial illustrions of fill and drain plugs.
Motoroil (Synthetic) SAE 0W-30 PSA B71 2312 From -45 °C to 45 °C
Motoroil (Synthetic) SAE 5W-30 PSA B71 2290 From -30 °C to 40 °C
Motoroil (Synthetic) SAE 5W-40 PSA B71 2296 From -30 °C to 50 °C
Motoroil (Semi-synthetic ) SAE 10W-40 PSA B71 2300 From -20 °C to 50 °C
• Engine sump, including filter 4.2 (l)
• Engine oil drain plug ( renew the bolt ) 40 (Nm)
Coolant Super Longlife coolant L255
Brake fluid DOT 4 Brake system 1.0 (l)
(Manual transmission), (F5M43)
Transmission oil SAE 75W-80 API GL-3
• Manual transmission
• Gearbox refill 2.0 (l)
• Location plug (1 - Drain plug; 2 - Fill and level plug)
Air conditioning compressor oil SUN PAG 56
Refirgerant 500 (g)
Air conditioning compressor oil 70 (ml)
Engine ( specifications )
Engine ( general )
Wheels and tyres
Detailed step-by step instructions for:
• Removal and installation of timing belt and chain
• Removal and installation of ancillary belthulpdrijfriemen
• Removal and installation of clutch
• Removal and installation of gearbox
• Drain and fill of refigerant system
• Removal and installation cylinder head
• Removal and installation of engine
• Removal and installation of airbags
REMOVAL / INSTALLATION OF TIMING BELT
• Removal and installation instructions
• Recommended replacement times
• Required special tools
• Clear drawings with marks
• Valve timing
• Tightening torques
Remove filling pressure sensor
Remove camshaft cover
Remove cover of pulley of the exhaust camshaft
|Fit crankshaft locking tool 30 Nm
Till stop. Turn crankshaft till it hits the TDC locking tool
If special tool does not fit
Remove crankshaft locking tool. Turn crankshaft 90° in teh direction of the rotation.
Fit crankshaft locking tool 30 Nm
Turn crankshaft clockwise.
Till crankshaft hits special tool ( T10340 )
Check timing belt marks of camshafts
Fly wheel side:
AIRBAGS: REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
Airbag control unit removal
Remarks installing airbag control unit
Driver's airbag and spiral cable removal
Remarks installing driver's airbag and spiral cable
Passenger airbag removal
Remarks installing passanger airbag
Side airbag removal
Remarks installing side airbag
Removal curtain airbag
Remarks installing curtain airbag
Remval airbag sensor
Remarks installting airbag sensor
MANUAL TRANSMISSION: REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
CLUTCH: REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
Warnings and recommandations
BATTERY: REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
Before disconnecting the battery
After disconnecting the battery
Before connecting the battery
After connecting the battery
Initialise electrical windows
The price is the starting point for fast cost estimations based on intelligent links between data, repair times and parts. The result can be easily exported in order to use when ordering parts.
Compressed air system
Engine starting system
Air inlet system
Wheels and tyres
Brakes ( mechanical )
Brakes ( elektrical )
Brakes ( hydraulic )
Brakes ( servo )
Complete engne unit
Most important functions and features:
• Gecombined overview of selected maintenance and repair activities.
Check / adjust the front toe
Check / adjust the rear camber
Check / adjust the rear toe
- Complete information
- Instructions for adjustments
- Images of adjustements points
- Tightening torques
- Specifications of rims and tyres
- Tyre pressures
205 (A) Bandbreedte (mm)
50 (B) Tyre aspect ratio ( height as percenage of width tyre )
R Radial tyre
16 (C) Rim diameter (inch)
94 Load index
V Speed index
XL Extra load (reinforced tyre)
1 - 205/50 R16 94V XL
TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM
Reset with multimedia display.
Switch on contact
Select 'SETTINGS VEHICLE'
Select 'Reset' in the menu
Switch off the contact
Reset is required after tyre pressure check, adjustement or replacement of one or more wheels / tyres.
ELEKTRONIC PARKING BRAKE ( EPB )
Brake pad replacement Basic settings
FUSES AND RELAYS
FL1 [SB1] Alternator ( 175 A )
FL2 Low power / Heating relay /
Extra air heater ( 40 A )
FL3 Supply voltage of not used ( 110 A )
FL4 Power steering control unit ( 80 A )
FL5 Radiator fan conrol unit thermostat ( 40 A also used ) ( 50 A )
FL6 Glow plug control unit ( 50 A )
FL7 [SB7] High power heating relay /
Battery monitoring control unit /
Additional air heater ( 60 A )
Relay box engine bay:
R1 Relay, additional extra pump refrigerant
R2 Window wiper relay nr.1
R3 Widows wiper relay nr. 2
WARNING LAMPS AND INDICATORS
Specifically per manufacturer with short descriptions and solutions.
Brand specific overview of availabe warning lamps. For European as well as for American car market.
Contains officile information about reaclls so that vehicles can alsways meet the security demands.
- OEM recalls for security reasons
- Links towards trouble codes and related cases.
Poor engine performance
The engine switches to limp home mode
The engine warning light illuminates
Conditions when the symptoms appear:
After fuel filter renewal
Engine control unit:
Fault codes: P0171 / 16555
Faulty fuel filter
Connect the diagnostic tool
Select '01 Engine Electronics'
Read out the fault codes
Delete all the fault codes
Run the engine at idle speed
Select function 08 (measuring values)
Select channel 02, field 1
Check the engine speed (rpm)
Select channel 02, field 4
Check the inlet manifold pressure
Expected value: 310 mbar
If the values are correct, carry out the following check:
Select channel 02, field 3
Check the injection time
If the value is too high, carry out the following check: (~ 4 ms)
Select channel 33, field 1
Check the oxygen sensor parameters
If the value is too high, carry out the following check: ( > 4 %)
Note: Fit a pressure gauge
Check the fuel pressure before and after the fuel filter
Inlet:> 3 bar
Outlet: ~ 3 bar
If the outlet pressure is too low, renew the fuel filter (< 2.7 bar)
Fuel filter: (OE: 6Q0201051J)
With tightening torques and links towards parts.