1. Carry out general preparatory work

- Remove rear wheels

as described on right

- Using original wheel nuts attach torque adapter plate

(Special Tool 9510) to rear left-hand wheel hub

- Remove underfloor paneling and component protection


- Have torque-setting torque wrenches covering approx.

5 - 500 Nm (3.7 - 370 ftlb) in readiness. Appropriate re

duction or adapter pieces are necessary for connecting

these to adapter plate.

D39/45 - 28

PDAS Diagnosing / Troubleshooting

Printed in Germany - VII, 1990


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