Opel Kadett E
1984-1991 of release
Repair and car operation
Opel Kadett E
- 1. Maintenance instruction
1.1. Protection of environment and economy of energy
+ 1.3. Steering wheel
1.5. Head restraints
1.6. Seat belt
1.7. Rear-view mirrors
1.8. An adjustable external mirror with an electric drive
1.9. Ignition lock
+ 1.10. Governing bodies and control devices
1.11. Body elements
1.12. Increase in a luggage compartment on cars the Hatchback
1.13. Increase in a luggage compartment on cars the Versatile person
1.14. Adjustment of height of a back suspension bracket
1.16. Operation of belts
+ 1.17. Lighting
1.18. Opening of glasses and hatch
1.19. Heating and ventilation
1.20. Automatic transmission
+ 1.21. Catalyst
1.22. Exhaust system, exhaust gases
1.23. Instructions on driving
1.24. Economy of fuel
+ 1.25. Wheels and tires
1.26. Spare wheel, jack and tool
+ 1.27. Bases of safe operation of the car
+ 2. Weekly checks and service in a way
+ 3. Maintenance
+ 4. Engine
+ 5. System of cooling, heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel and exhaust systems
+ 7. Start and charging system
+ 8. Ignition system
+ 9. Coupling
+ 10. Transmissions and power shafts
+ 11. Brake system
+ 12. Suspension bracket and steering
+ 13. Body
+ 14. Electric circuits
Amplifier of a brake drive
At the idle engine the amplifier of a brake drive stops the action after 2 – 3-fold pressing a brake pedal. Thus brake action does not decrease, the bigger effort however is required by pressing a brake pedal.
The steering mechanism with the amplifier
If the amplifier of a steering drive refuses, for example, during towage with the idle engine, the car continues to be operated, the application of big efforts however is demanded.
Movement in mountain conditions, trailer towage
The fan of system of cooling – electrodriving. Therefore, its efficiency does not depend on frequency of rotation of a shaft of the engine. At high frequency of rotation of a shaft of the engine a lot of heat is allocated, at low – respectively it is less.
Therefore, when overcoming liftings not to switch to lower transfer until the car in a condition quietly to master lifting on higher transfer.
Diesel engine: on liftings with a bias in 10 % and more not to exceed speed of movement on the 1st transfer – 30 km/h, on the 2nd – 50 km/h.
Movement with load of a roof
Not to exceed a permissible load on a roof. For safety reasons evenly to distribute and reliably to fix cargo fixing belts. To finish pressure in tires to the value specified for full loading. Not to exceed speed of 120 km/h. More often to check and tighten fastening.
At very high temperature of cooling liquid, for example, after driving in mountain conditions to give to the engine to work on idling about 2 minutes that there was no stagnation of heat.
After an engine stop the fan of the engine can continue some time the work for cooling of knots of the engine.
Mode of compulsory idling
During a mode of compulsory idling supply of fuel is automatically disconnected, for example, during driving under a bias or when braking. During a mode of compulsory idling not to "increase speed" and not to switch off coupling that the system of shutdown of supply of fuel worked.
Frequency of rotation of a shaft of the engine
In all road conditions to operate the car in an optimum range of frequencies of rotation of a shaft of the engine.
Engine warming up
To warm up the engine at car movement, instead of on idling. Not "to give full gas", not to be established yet working temperature.
After start-up of the cold engine the automatic transmission is switched to higher transfers only at bigger frequency of rotation of a shaft of the engine. Thus, the catalyst quickly heats up to the temperature demanded for optimum process of reduction of harmful substances.
Timely gear shifting
On idling and the lowest transfers do not lead up frequency of rotation of a shaft of the engine to too high values. Too high speed on separate transfers or steps, and also driving with frequent stops increase wear of knots of the car and fuel consumption.
Switching on the lowest transfer
At start-up of the engine to switch off coupling to avoid resistance of idling of a transmission, to unload a starter and the storage battery.