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1.2.3 Quality assurance
1.2.4 Approval
1.2.5 Submission of documents
1.2.6 Registration
1.2.7 Liability for defects
1.2.8 Product liability
1.2.9 Safety
1.2.10 Manuals from body and conversion companies
1.2.11 Limitation of liability for accessories/spare parts
2.1.1 Door designation
2.1.2 Variant descriptor
2.1.3 Wheel formula
2.1.4 Suffix
2.3 Use of logos
2.4 Cabs
2.5 Engine variants
3.1 Axle overload, one-sided loading
3.2 Minimum front axle load
3.3 Wheels, rolling circumference
3.4 Permissible overhang
3.5 Theoretical wheelbase, overhang, theoretical axle centreline
3.6 Calculating the axle load and weighing procedure
3.7 Checking and adjustment procedures before and after body has been fitted
3.8 Notes on MAN Hydrodrive®
4.1 Frame material
4.2 Corrosion protection
4.3 Drill holes, riveted joints and screw connections on the frame
4.4.1 Welding the frame
4.4.2 Modifying the frame overhang
4.4.3 Modifications to the wheelbase
4.5 Retrofitting additional equipment add-on components or accessories
4.6.1 Single joint
4.6.2 Jointed shaft with two joints
4.6.3.1 Propshaft train
4.6.3.2 Forces in the propshaft system
4.6.4 Modifying the propshaft layout in the driveline of MAN chassis
4.7 Modifying the wheel formula
4.8.1 Basics
4.8.2 Trailer coupling, D value
4.9.1 Articulated vehicles
4.9.2 Converting trucks into tractor units or tractor units into trucks
4.10.1 General
4.10.2 Spoilers, roof extensions, roofwalk
4.11.1 Rear underride guard
4.11.2 FUP - front underride protection
4.11.3 Sideguards
4.12.1 Modifications to the air intake system
4.12.2 Modifications to exhaust gas routing for engines
4.12.3 Modifications to the AdBlue®
4.12.4 Engine cooling
4.12.5 Engine encapsulation, noise insulation
4.13 Fitting other manual gearboxes, automatic transmissions and transfer boxes
5.1.1 Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC)
5.1.2 CE marking (CE conformity marking in accordance with 2006/42/EC)
5.1.3 Affixing the hazardous goods marker board to the front panel
5.2 Corrosion protection
5.3.1 General
5.3.2 Permissible materials, yield points
5.3.3 Subframe design
5.3.4 Attaching subframes and bodies
5.3.5 Screw connections and riveted joints
5.3.6 Flexible connection
5.3.7 Rigid connection
5.4.1 Testing of bodies
5.4.2 Platform and box bodies
5.4.3 Tail-lifts
5.4.4 Interchangeable containers
5.4.5 Self-supporting bodies without subframe
5.4.6 Single-pivot body
5.4.7 Tank and container bodies
5.4.8 Tippers
5.4.9 Set-down, sliding set-down and sliding roll-off tippers
5.4.10 Propping air-sprung vehicles
5.4.11 Loading cranes
5.4.12 Cable winches
5.4.13 Transport mixers
5.4.14 Car transporter
6.1 General
6.2 Routing cables, earth cable
6.3.1 Handling and maintaining batteries
6.3.2 Handling and maintaining batteries with PAG technology
6.4 Additional wiring diagrams and wiring harness drawings
6.5 Fuses, additional power consumers
6.6 Lighting installations
6.7 Electromagnetic compatibility
6.8 Radio equipment and aerials
6.9.1 Electrical connections for tail-lifts
6.9.2 Engine start-stop system
6.9.3 Tapping into the speed signal
6.9.4 Tapping into the reverse gear signal
6.10.1 Display and instrumentation concept
6.10.2 Diagnostics concept and parameterisation using MAN-cats®
6.10.3 Parameterisation of the vehicle electronics
6.10.4 ESP yaw rate sensor
6.10.5 Emergency Brake Assist
7. Power take-off → See separate booklet
8.1 ALB, EBS braking system
8.2.1 Basic principles
8.2.2 Voss 232 system plug connectors
8.2.3 Installing and attaching lines
8.2.4 Compressed air loss
8.3 Connecting additional air consumers
8.4 Retrofitting continuous brakes not manufactured by MAN
9.1 Speed
9.2 Efficiency
9.3 Tractive force
9.4.1 Distance travelled on uphill or downhill gradients
9.4.2 Angle of uphill or downhill gradient
9.4.3 Calculating the gradeability
9.5 Torque
9.6 Power output
9.7 Rotational speeds for power take-offs at the transfer case
9.8 Driving resistances
9.9 Turning circle
9.10.1 Performing an axle load calculation
9.10.2 Calculation of weight with trailing axle lifted
9.11 Support length for bodies without subframes
9.12.1 Trailer coupling
9.12.2 Rigid drawbar trailers / central axle trailers
9.12.3 Fifth-wheel coupling
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