Audi 100

1982-1990 of release

Repair and car operation




Audi 100
+ 1.1. Controls and devices
+ 2. Technical characteristics
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. An exhaust system
+ 6. The power supply system
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. A running gear
+ 9. A steering
- 10. Brake system
   10.1. Technical characteristics
   10.2. Adjustment of position of a pedal of a brake
   10.3. The main cylinder of a brake
   10.4. The brake mechanism of a forward wheel of mark Teves
   10.5. The brake mechanism of a forward wheel of mark GIRLING
   10.6. A brake disk
   10.7. The case скобы and the piston
   10.8. The drum-type brake mechanism of a back wheel
   10.9. A brake drum
   10.10. The wheel brake cylinder
   10.11. The disk brake mechanism of a back wheel
   10.12. A pressure regulator
   - 10.13. A lay brake
      10.13.1. Adjustment of a lay brake
   10.14. Antiblocking system of brakes (ABS)
   10.15. Prorolling of brake system
+ 11. A body
+ 12. An electric equipment


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10.13.1. Adjustment of a lay brake

MODELS WITH BACK DRUM-TYPE BRAKE MECHANISMS

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To check up installation of the lever of a lay brake which should be in extreme bottom position. To raise and establish on a support a back part of the car.
2. To weaken a tension of cables (fig. the Lay brake see), having turned away an adjusting nut of the equalizer till the end of a carving.
3. Once sharply to squeeze out and release a pedal of a brake and to lift the lever of a lay brake on three clicks.
4. To wrap an adjusting nut of the equalizer until still back wheels can be turned a hand.
5. To establish the lever of a lay brake in extreme bottom position. Back wheels should rotate thus freely.

MODELS WITH BACK DISK BRAKE MECHANISMS

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To press some times a brake pedal.
2. To establish basic бруски under forward wheels.
3. To raise and establish on a support a back part of the car.
4. To check up installation of the lever of a lay brake which should be in extreme bottom position.
5. To tighten an adjusting nut of the equalizer until when both levers (1) will start to depart from an emphasis (2).
6. To turn away an adjusting nut on two turns.
7. Whether to check up cables are drawn. For this purpose to wring out a screw-driver (1 one lever (2) against the stop. If thus the second lever has departed from an emphasis, means cables are drawn. To weaken an adjusting nut so that the opposite lever did not depart from an emphasis.
8. To check up work of a lay brake. At extreme bottom position of the lever of a lay brake back wheels should rotate freely.

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