Mercedes of the S-class W202

1993-2000 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Mercedes W202
+ 1.2. General information
+ 2. Maintenance
- 3. Engines
   3.1.2. Identification number
   + 3.1.3. Engine
   3.1.4. Cars with the conditioner
   3.1.5. Lower cover of a motor compartment
   3.1.6. Covers of cast openings
   3.1.7. Natyazhitel of a chain
   + 3.1.8. Cover of a head of the block of cylinders
   + 3.1.9. Head of the block of cylinders
   + 3.1.10. Camshafts
   3.1.11. Hydraulic dish-shaped pushers
   3.1.12. Maslootrazhatelny caps
   3.1.13. Valves
   3.1.14. The directing valves
   3.1.15. Saddles of valves in a head of the block of cylinders
   3.1.16. Compression
   + 3.1.17. Maple belt
   3.1.18. Diagnostics of malfunctions (DB)
   3.1.19. General comments
   3.1.20. Repair work without dismantle of the engine
   + 3.1.21. Capital repairs of the engine
   + 3.2. Diesel Engine (DE)
   3.2.3. Cars with the conditioner
   3.2.4. Lower cover of a motor compartment
   3.2.5. Covers of cast openings
   3.2.6. Natyazhitel of a chain
   + 3.2.7. Camshaft
   + 3.2.8. Head of the block of cylinders
   + 3.2.9. Maslootrazhatelny caps
   3.2.10. Cover of a head of the block of cylinders (2,2 / 2,5 l)
   3.2.11. Hydraulic dish-shaped pushers
   3.2.12. Valves
   3.2.13. The directing valves
   3.2.14. Saddles of valves in a head of the block of cylinders
   3.2.15. Head of the block of cylinders and motor block
   3.2.16. Compression
   3.2.17. Maple ridge belt
   3.2.18. The pulling device of a maple ridge belt
   3.2.19. Diagnostics of malfunctions (DD)
+ 4. Lubrication system
+ 5. Cooling system
+ 6. Heating, ventilation
+ 7. System of ignition
+ 8. Fuel system
+ 9. Transmission
+ 10. Running gear
+ 11. Steering
+ 12. Brake system
+ 13. Body
+ 14. Electric equipment
+ 14.2. Electrical circuitries






3.1.14. The directing valves

GENERAL INFORMATION

In the course of repair work on a head of the block of cylinders with untight valves of processing or replacement of the valve and a saddle of the valve insufficiently. It is necessary to check wear of the directing valves.

It is especially important to check engines with the long term of operation.

Worn-out guides of valves do not provide a tsentrichnost of a saddle of the valve and conduct to the raised oil consumption. If wear is too big, replace valve guides (work for repair shop).
PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Remove the valve.
2. Clean a guide of the valve (1/2) a cylindrical brush (diameter about 20 mm).
3. Insert the valve from the combustion chamber into a guide and check a gap side movement of the gate backwards-forward. At the same time the noticeable gap should not be felt. (1 – a guide for the final valve, 2 – a guide for the inlet valve, and – a spring lock ring.)
4. If necessary replace guides of valves (work for repair shop).