Scania Workshop & Bodywork provides a complete list of documentation necessary for the maintenance and repair of Scania trucks.
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All documentation in Scania Workshop & Bodywork is divided into 19 chapters according to subject.
2 cooling system
3 fuel system
7 Front axle
8 Rear axle
9 Hubs and wheels
14 Engine controls
16 Electrical equipment
Scania truck repair manual are includes:
· electrical wiring diagrams
· gearbox repair manual
· Air conditions troubleshooting and repair
· fault codes
· clutch repair manual
Removing the central gear RB662
1. Take the load off the axle housing before removing the central gear.
2. Trucks with leaf spring suspension must be supported under the frame or springs
3. Loosen the nuts for the spring bolts (3), but leave them threaded a few turns.1
4. Tap in the spring bolts slightly.1
5. Remove the screws (2) and keep the shims (4).1
6. Remove the connecting member (1)1
7. Loosen the nuts for the half shaft flanges, but leave them threaded a few turns.
Clean the threads in the puller holes using a pilot tap, and screw in three screws
so that the flange exerts tension on the cones. Carefully tap on the half shaft
flange with a copper sledge hammer until the cones come loose.
8. Remove the nuts, cones and half shaft flanges, and pull out the half shafts approx.
9. Drain the oil from the axle housing (also refer to the oil section).
10. Detach electrical cables and compressed air lines for the differential locks.
11. Remove the propeller shafts.
12. Remove brake components that are in the way.
13. Undo all nuts except 2 (one in each upper side) securing the central gear.
14. Attach the central gear to the jack using the tools as illustrated.
15. Remove the 2 remaining nuts securing the central gear and pull it out from the
rear axle housing.
These troubleshooting instructions apply to trucks and two-axle buses. Three-axle buses are covered where applicable. This description covers the troubleshooting procedure for the retarder itself. The objective is to determine whether dismantling is necessary or not.
Spot repairs are often sufficient to make the vehicle operable again. All work on the etarder must be carried out with the most thorough cleanliness possible.
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