Mercedes S-Class W-140
1991-1999 of release
Repair and operation of the car
+ Mercedes-Benz cars of the class S (W-140)
+ Operation manual
+ Routine maintenance
+ Cooling systems, heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Engine electric equipment
+ Gear shifting box
+ Automatic transmission
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Onboard electric equipment
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Mercedes-Benz cars of the class S (W-140)The Mercedes-Benz cars of the class S (W140) Sedan of the Highest Class appeared in the market in 1991.
The interior of the car is equipped with the comfortable, ventilated seats with multicircuit backs.
The side pillows / curtains of safety which are included in the basic package over side glasses and in all doors provide reliable protection of passengers at side crash.
The car is issued in two options of execution of a body: with the standard and extended wheel base (3040 and 3140 mm), with the line 6-cylinder petrol or diesel engine and with two versions of V-shaped petrol engines (eight and twelve cylinders).
Suspension bracket of lobbies independent spring. With dual cross levers, traditional for Mercedes brand cars, and separately established springs. The design differs in high reliability and provides the increased comfort of the movement.
The independent spring suspension bracket of back wheels has a multilever design.
For safety of the movement the new S-class is equipped with electronic antistrange system (system of stabilization of stability - ESP), the amplifier of emergency brake application (BAS) and system of anti-blocking of brakes (ABS).
The standard brake system - hydraulic, double-circuit with the vacuum amplifier. Brake mechanisms of all wheels - disk. The forward brake disks ventilated, back can be as ventilated, and integral. The foot drive of the parking brake is used.
Steering of worm type with the circulating balls, is equipped by the hydraulic booster depending on the speed of the movement changing extent of strengthening. Such design significantly facilitates the parking, and also increases safety of management at high speeds.