Opel Kadett E

1984-1991 of release

Repair and car operation

Opel Kadett E
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
- 2. Weekly checks and service in a way
   2.1. Check of tightness of connections
   2.2. If the engine is not started and the starter does not work
   2.3. If the engine is not started, even if the starter works normally
   2.4. Start from an external source (other car)
   2.5. Places of weekly checks
   2.6. Level of engine oil
   2.7. Level of cooling liquid
   2.8. Level of liquid of a stekloomyvatel
   2.9. Level of brake liquid
   2.10. Liquid level in steering system with the amplifier
   2.11. Electric system
   2.12. Accumulator
   2.13. Screen wiper brushes
   2.14. Tires and pressure check in tires
   2.15. Operational materials and liquids
   2.16. Pressure in tires
+ 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

2.9. Level of brake liquid



The brake liquid used in hydraulic system of coupling, is poisonous, therefore at its hit on skin it is necessary to wash out immediately this place a plentiful quantity of water. If liquid got to eyes or in an organism, it is necessary to address immediately to the doctor. Some liquids have property easily to ignite and can light up even from contact to hot knots of the car. Besides, the liquid used in hydraulic system of coupling, dissolves paint and plastic therefore at liquid hit on a paint and varnish covering of the car wash out it a plentiful quantity of water. Also this liquid is hygroscopic, i.e. absorbs moisture from air therefore the liquid, stored in open ware, it is not recommended to use a long time.

1. Check that level of brake liquid is in a transparent tank between MIN and MAX labels (are specified by shooters).
2. If the dolivka of brake liquid is necessary, at first wipe area round a cover of a jellied mouth and unscrew a cover from a tank with brake liquid.
3. Check purity of a tank, and if necessary, merge brake liquid and clear a tank.
4. Add brake liquid to MAX label on a tank. Use only the ordered brake liquid as mixing of brake liquids is not allowed.