Stop watch

9S59.9 MIH j Sees{0pwatch operation

In US cars all displays of the functions listed below can be switched over by pulling the operating lever twice within one second.

Standard Display USA

Metric Display USA

a) Total driven kilometers

miles

km

b) Both daily kilometer counters

miles

km

c) Digital speed

mph

km/h

d) Remaining distance

miles

km

e) Average speed

mph

km/h

f) Instantaneous consumption

mpg

1/100 km

g) Average consumption

mpg

1/100 km

h) Outside temperature

•F

*C

Operating Stop Watch Functions

Start: First operation of zero button

Stop: Second operation of zero button

Reset: Third operation of zero button

A flashing colon {:) indicates when a stop watch is switched on. The stop watch is still working after "turning the ignition off".

The display in 1/10 seconds takes place only after stopping stop watch operation with up to 10 minutes of stopped time.

Stop Watch Display

Up

to

10

minutes

Up

to

60

minutes

Up

to

24

Calibrating Fuel Level Sender

The mechanical fuel level sending system has remained the same, however, the former warning contact is omitted.

This means that a tank warning, i.e. sufficient remaining gasoline volume, can now only be registered via the float level of the sending system. It must be possible to calibrate the tank warning system for each car, however, since the fuel tank and sending system are subjected to tolerances.

A tank warning appears in the backlighted instrument cluster after reaching a remaining gasoline volume of about 12 liters (3.1 gal.). This is equal to a certain resistance value of the sender.

Consequently the fuel level sending system must be calibrated after replacement of the

- fuel level sender or

- backlighted instrument cluster, in order to be able to determine the "remaining driving range".

Calibrating Procedures:

- Fill a completely drained fuel tank with precisely 15 liters (3.96 gallons) of gasoline.

- Wait at least 1 minute.

- Pull back the operating lever of the backlighted instrument cluster and turn on the ignition simultaneously.

This appears as feedback in the left and right display boxes.

TANKEICHEN

Calibrating Fuel Sender

- Press the zero button so long, until the number 15 appears in the center display box. This indicates that the fuel level sending system is calibrated.

- Calibration procedures are stopped by turning off the ignition or starting the engine.

15 LITER

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - Instrument Cluster

928 S 4

Survey of Displays in Display Boxes and Warning Lamps

Display

Priority

Indicator

Acknowledge-able

Warning Remaining After Acknowledgement

Repetition of Warning In Display

Special Features

Signal DeHay

[ENGINE TEMPT! | |T~| (""TOO HIGH I

1

flashes red

yes

15 seconds after acknowledging or after starting engine

warning point s 120* C

[OILPRËSSURÉ-!

[ÏNSUFFIC ÎËNTl

1

flashes red

yes

15 minutes after acknowledging or after starting engine

1 second

I CHECK I IBRRKE FLUID! I

1

flashes red

yes

15 minutes after acknowledging or after starting engine

fault stored in memory until "ignition off"

20 seconds

ITÏRËPRËSSÛRÉI J ^ [CQNTROlTOFFl ITIREPRÉSSURËI J ^ jl LOSS 1

1

lighted red i

yes

15 minutes after acknowledging or after starting engine

see description of tire pressure control system

1 COT TEMP 1

CRT

1 TOO HIGH-!

1

lighted red

yes

15 minutes after acknowledging or after starting engine

activation by burning grass protection, only for Japan

[ENGINE TEMP. 1

1 TÔO HIGH-!

II

lighted red

yes

30 minutes after acknowledging or after starting engine

warning point > 118" C

[toothed-bèltI

{¡>'fa » ■

1 SERUICE 1

II

lighted red

yes

no

no

display immediately after break of ground

1 second

1 CHECK 1 j fOÏL LËUELTI

II

lighted red

yes even during "ignition on" and engine not yet started

no

no

warning put out, even if there has not yet been "engine start"

if previous test oksay -after "ignition off" .=and warm engine: 150 sec., with cold engine: 10 minutes

rsfiuË POUËÎTI

M

1 SERUICE 1

II

lighted red

yes

30 minutes after acknowledging and after starting engine

display in display boxes only with the engine running

1 second

Display

Priority

Indicator

Acknowledge-able

Warning Remaining After Acknowledgement

Repetition of Warning Display

Special Features

Signal Del-ay

I CHECK I

i-J

fCOOLRNT LËÛ71

II

lighted red

yes

30 minutes after acknowledging or after starting engine

Setting fault via closed coolant lever switch up to term. 15.

Storing set fault via closed coolant pressure switch via term. 30, even if coolant level switch is open (passive) again. Switching on term. 15 with a closed (active) coolant pressure switch is equal to new setting + storing and displaying of the fault. Resetting stored fault takes place via the reopened (passive) coolant pressure switch, independent of terminal 15.

20 seconds

I CALL I

1 RONGE! 1

II

lighted red

yes

15 minutes after acknowledging and after starting engine

Warning point at 12 liters. Storage of warning with term. 30.

40 seconds

I RÈLERSE I j^p^lj rPRRK BRAKE"!

II

lighted red

30 minutes after acknowledging and after starting engine

Warning lamp even with car stopped. Display in display boxes only with car moving as from 10 km/h on.

Display goes out by releasing parking brake.

1 RNHLOCK 1 1 0FF 1

II

lighted red

yes

30 minutes after acknowledging and after starting engine

Fault called first time after starting engine and 1.5 seconds delay in time.

("BROKE PfiDSl r~SERUICË I

III

lighted red

yes

no

when restarting

No new display, if signal is present occasionally or again.

Fault is stored until "ignition off", if display is not acknowledged.

■i'

1 second

1 STOP LRMP 1 1 FAILURE 1

III

lighted red

yes

warning lamp

when restarting

Lamp failure display after starting engine and with operated stop light switch. Warning lamp does not go out when there is a stop light fault.

1 TRILLRMP 1

Ol

1 FAILURE 1

III

lighted red

yes

no

when restarting

4 seconds

1 REFILL 1 ®sflÈR FLUID]

III

lighted red

yes

no

when restarting

Fault stored until "ignition off".

20 seconds

1 TIRE 1

1 PRESSURE 1

lighted orange

i

Tire pressure loss displayed in orange text in display boxes for 2 minutes after "ignition off" as a reminder.

1989

Plug Connections

bb/t22

1 ... 4 = Numbering of plug connections Kl. 1 - First plug terminal connection bb/t22

World Manufacturing Code

VDS Code USA-

1st and 2nd Digits of Type-

Test Digit-

Model Year-

Manufacturing Place--

3rd Digit of Type-

Code for Body and Engine

Serial Number -

Vehicle Identification Number Ranges

Vehicle Type

Engines

Chassis Number Range

928 S 4

R.o.W.

M 28/41, 42

WP0ZZZ92 ZKS84 0001 .

. 5000

928 S 4 US

USA

M 28/41, 42

WP0JB0 92 -KS 86 0001 .

The vehicle identification numbers 1 through 50 of each Type are reserved for research and 51 through 60 for special vehicles.

Engine Numbers (8 Digits) 1

Type of Engine

4 = 4 cyl. engine 6 = 6 cyl. engine 8 = 8 cyl. engine

Engine Types

Model Year

K= 1989

Serial Number

Important!

Engine numbers 1 through 50 are reserved for research and 51 through 60 for special engines.

Example: 81 K 00937

Eight cylinder engine for Rest of World application, built in model year 1989 as the 877th standard engine.

Engine Number Ranges

Engine Type

Technical Data

Installed In Vehicle Type

Engine Number Range

M 28/41

5.0 Itr. / 235 kW

928 S 4 Worldwide

81 K 00001 ... 05000

manual trans

mission

M 28/42

5.0 Itr. / 235 kW

928 S 4 Worldwide

81 K 05001 ... 10000

automatic

transmission

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