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Mercedes-Benz \ Detroit Diesel MBE 4000 EPA 04 Official Operator's Manual

Mercedes-Benz \ Detroit Diesel MBE 4000 EPA 04 Official Operator's Manual

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Mercedes-Benz \ Detroit Diesel MBE 4000 EPA 04 Official Operator's Manual

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 This is the COMPLETE Official Operator's Manual for the Detroit Diesel Engine.

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Table Of Contents :
CAUTION SUMMARY .......................................................................... 1
ENGINE OPERATION ..................................................................... 1
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ....................................................... 2
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ................................................................... 4
COOLING SYSTEM ......................................................................... 5
AIR INTAKE SYSTEM ...................................................................... 5
FUEL SYSTEM ................................................................................ 7
COMPRESSED AIR ......................................................................... 8
LUBRICATING OIL AND FILTERS .................................................. 8
IDENTIFICATION ................................................................................. 9
PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................... 10
ENGINE CONVERSIONS AND MODIFICATIONS .......................... 10
GENERAL VIEW OF THE MBE4000 ENGINE ................................ 10
ENGINE TYPE PLATE ..................................................................... 13
DETAILS ON THE PLATE .......................................................... 13
ENGINE FEATURES ....................................................................... 14
EXHAUST BRAKE/CONSTANT-THROTTLE VALVES .................... 15
TURBO BRAKE, OPTIONAL ........................................................... 16
EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION ................................................. 16
ELECTRONIC ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM ................................. 17
DDEC-ECU — ENGINE-RESIDENT CONTROL UNIT ............... 18
VEHICLE CONTROL UNIT ......................................................... 19
SENSOR LOCATIONS ................................................................ 19
OPERATION ........................................................................................ 21
BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE ................................................ 21
CHECKING THE BATTERIES ..................................................... 21
CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL ....................................................... 22
CHECKING THE COOLANT LEVEL (COLD CHECK) ................ 23
ADDING FUEL ............................................................................. 23
PRIMING THE FUEL SYSTEM ................................................... 23
STARTING THE ENGINE ................................................................ 24
CHECKING THE COOLANT LEVEL (HOT CHECK) .................. 24
STARTING AN ENGINE THAT HAS NOT BEEN RUN FOR A
LONG TIME ................................................................................. 25
MONITORING ENGINE OPERATION ............................................. 26
BATTERY CHARGE .................................................................... 26
OIL PRESSURE .......................................................................... 26
EXCESSIVE IDLING ................................................................... 27
CHANGING THE IDLE SPEED ....................................................... 27
SHUTTING DOWN THE ENGINE ................................................... 27
SHUTTING DOWN AFTER HIGH LOAD OPERATION ............... 27
EMERGENCY RUNNING MODE .................................................... 28
STOP ENGINE OVERRIDE OPTION .............................................. 28
COLD WEATHER OPERATION ...................................................... 29
WINTER FRONTS ....................................................................... 29
CLEANING AND STORAGE ............................................................... 30
CLEANING THE ENGINE ................................................................ 30
HIGH-PRESSURE CLEANING EQUIPMENT ............................. 30
CLEANING THE COOLING SYSTEM ............................................. 30
DEGREASING ............................................................................. 31
STORAGE ........................................................................................ 32
TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................... 33
EMERGENCY STARTING ............................................................... 33
TROUBLESHOOTING THE ELECTRONIC ENGINE CONTROL
SYSTEM .......................................................................................... 33
GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................... 34
SERVICE PRODUCTS ......................................................................... 47
DIESEL FUELS ................................................................................ 47
FLOW IMPROVERS .................................................................... 47
KEROSENE ................................................................................. 47
ENGINE OILS .................................................................................. 48
SYNTHETIC OILS ....................................................................... 48
COOLANT ........................................................................................ 49
FULLY-FORMULATED ANTIFREEZE ......................................... 49
WATER ........................................................................................ 49
COOLANT SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................... 50
COOLANT CONCENTRATION ................................................... 50
SUPPLEMENTAL COOLANT ADDITIVES FOR FULLY
FORMULATED COOLANT .......................................................... 51
DROPOUT ................................................................................... 51
NON-APPROVED COOLANTS ................................................... 51
RECYCLED ANTIFREEZE .......................................................... 52
CORROSION INHIBITORS ......................................................... 52
DISPOSAL ................................................................................... 53
COLD WEATHER PRODUCTS ....................................................... 53
WINTER-GRADE DIESEL FUEL ................................................. 53
LOW-VISCOSITY ENGINE OIL ................................................... 54
WINTER COOLANT ANTIFREEZE PROTECTION .................... 54
BATTERIES ................................................................................. 54
TECHNICAL DATA .............................................................................. 55
ENGINE DATA ................................................................................. 56
TESTING AND ADJUSTING VALUES ............................................. 57
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................... 59
SCHEDULED INTERVALS .............................................................. 59
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE TYPES ......................................... 59
SEVERE SERVICE ................................................................. 59
SHORT-HAUL ......................................................................... 60
LONG-HAUL ........................................................................... 60
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE AND INTERVAL
OPERATIONS ......................................................................... 60
MAINTENANCE INTERVALS .................................................. 60
MAINTENANCE OPERATION SETS ...................................... 60
SCHEDULE USE ......................................................................... 61
MAINTENANCE TABLES ................................................................ 62
REQUIRED MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ................................... 68
ENGINE INSPECTING ................................................................ 68
VALVE LASH CHECKING AND ADJUSTING ............................. 68
GAINING ACCESS TO THE VALVES ..................................... 68
CHOOSING A METHOD ......................................................... 69
METHOD ONE ........................................................................ 70
METHOD TWO ....................................................................... 71
ADJUSTING VALVE LASH ...................................................... 72
RESTORING THE VEHICLE TO OPERATING CONDITION .. 72
FUEL/WATER SEPARATOR PREFILTER ELEMENT
CLEANING .................................................................................. 73
FUEL PRO® 382 FUEL/WATER SEPARATOR ELEMENT
REPLACEMENT .......................................................................... 74
MAIN FUEL FILTER ELEMENT CHANGING .............................. 75
ENGINE OIL AND FILTER CHANGING ...................................... 76
OPTIONAL OIL CENTRIFUGE ............................................... 79
COOLANT CONCENTRATION AND INHIBITOR LEVEL
CHECKING .................................................................................. 80
COOLANT INHIBITOR TEST INTERVALS ............................. 81
INHIBITOR LEVEL CHECKING .............................................. 83
COOLANT FLUSHING AND CHANGING ................................... 84
COOLING SYSTEM INSPECTING ............................................. 85
REAR ENGINE POWER TAKE-OFF (REPTO) .......................... 86
REPTO TORSIONAL DAMPER INSPECTION ....................... 86
REPTO TORSIONAL DAMPER CLEANING ........................... 86
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE ................................................................. 88
WORKING WITH DDC SERVICE OUTLETS .................................. 92
STEP ONE ................................................................................... 92
STEP TWO .................................................................................. 92
STEP THREE .............................................................................. 93
LIMITED WARRANTY ON NEW DETROIT DIESEL MBE 4000
ENGINES USED IN ON-HIGHWAY VEHICLE APPLICATIONS ......... 94
TERMS OF COVERAGE ................................................................. 94
USES ........................................................................................... 94
DEFECTS .................................................................................... 94
REPAIRS ..................................................................................... 94
WARRANTY PERIOD .................................................................. 94
LIKE REPLACEMENT ENGINE .................................................. 95
SERVICE SUPPLIES .................................................................. 95
ENGINE REMOVAL AND REINSTALLATION ............................. 95
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER: ......................................... 96
REPAIRS DUE TO ACCIDENTS, MISUSE, STORAGE DAMAGE,
NEGLIGENCE OR CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS ......................... 96
FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM AFTER 100,000 MILES/160, 000
KILOMETERS .............................................................................. 96
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................... 96
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ...................... 96
OTHER LIMITATIONS ................................................................. 96
LIMITED WARRANTY ON NEW DETROIT DIESEL MBE
4000 ENGINES USED IN FIRE TRUCK OR CRASH VEHICLE
APPLICATIONS ................................................................................... 98
TERMS OF COVERAGE ................................................................. 98
USES ........................................................................................... 98
DEFECTS .................................................................................... 98
REPAIRS ..................................................................................... 98
WARRANTY PERIOD .................................................................. 98
LIKE REPLACEMENT ENGINE .................................................. 99
SERVICE SUPPLIES .................................................................. 99
ENGINE REMOVAL AND REINSTALLATION ............................. 99
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER: ......................................... 99
REPAIRS DUE TO ACCIDENTS, MISUSE, STORAGE DAMAGE,
NEGLIGENCE OR CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS ......................... 99
FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM AFTER 100,000 MILES/160, 000
KILOMETERS .............................................................................. 99
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................... 100
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ...................... 100
OTHER LIMITATIONS ................................................................. 100

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