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  • SprinterMaintenance Booklet

    Order no. 6462 6216 13 Part no. 906 584 09 06 Edition MY 2015

    9065840906~9065840906

  • Publication detailsInternet

    Further information on Mercedes-Benz vehi-cles can be obtained on the Internet atwww.mercedes-benz.comwww.mbusa.com (USA only)www.mercedes-benz.ca (Canada only)

    Editorial office

    You are welcome to forward any queries orsuggestions you may have regarding thisOperator's Manual to the technical documen-tation team at the address on the inside of thefront cover. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC Mercedes-Benz Canada, Inc.Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC and Mercedes-Benz Canada Inc. are Daimler companies.Not to be reprinted, translated, or otherwisereproduced, in whole or in part, without writ-ten permission.Printed in Germany.

    Thank you for choosing the new SprinterWe hope you enjoy your Sprinter. Vehiclesafety and operational reliability are two veryimportant factors. To maintain them, regularmaintenance services are necessary.We continuously strive to improve our prod-ucts and ask for your understanding that wereserve the right to make changes to the peri-odic maintenance work for our vehicles.The information in this booklet is accurate attime of printing. At the time of your scheduledmaintenance appointments with your author-ized Sprinter dealer, the most current serviceinformation will be utilized for your vehicle'sage or mileage. Please check with yourauthorized Sprinter dealer for any changes tothe periodic maintenance work required foryour vehicle.

    PLEASE NOTE

    WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOUHAVE YOUR VEHICLE SERVICED BY ANAUTHORIZED SPRINTER DEALER WHO ISFULLY EQUIPPED TO PROVIDE THIS SERVICEAND THAT GENUINE MERCEDES-BENZPARTS BE USED.EMISSION CONTROL COMPONENTS ANDSYSTEMS CAN BE MAINTAINED, REPLACED,OR REPAIRED BY ANY AUTOMOBILE REPAIRWORKSHOP OR INDIVIDUAL USING CERTI-FIED PARTS.THE USE OF DEFECTIVE OR NON-EQUIVA-LENT PARTS CAN RESULT IN YOUR EMIS-SIONS PERFORMANCE WARRANTY CLAIMBEING DENIED.

    Symbols

    The following symbols are used in this Main-tenance Booklet:

    G WARNINGWarning notices draw your attention to haz-ards that may endanger your health or life, orthe health or life of others.

    ! Highlights hazards thatmay result in dam-age to your vehicle.

    i Helpful tips or other useful information.YPage

    This symbol informs you where youcan find further information on atopic.

    YY This continuation symbol indicatesthat a warning or procedure is contin-ued on the next page.

    Vehicle sales/Vehicle warrantyissuer/Spare parts sales organization

    Mercedes-Benz USA, LLCOne Mercedes DriveMontvale, NJ 07645-0350Customer Assistance Center:1-877-762-8267Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC is a Daimler com-pany

    As at 14.03.2014

  • General ................................................... 2Vehicle data ............................................. 2Protection of the environment ................. 2

    Maintenance Booklet ............................ 4Introduction ............................................. 4

    Active Service System (ASSYST) ........ 4Tire rotation ....................................... 5Arduous operating conditions ............ 5Wear parts ......................................... 6Regular checks .................................. 6Notes on the warranty ....................... 6Service records .................................. 7Parts/service products ...................... 7

    Exhaust system maintenance .................. 7Warning: exhaust gas aftertreat-ment system diesel engines ............ 7BlueEFFICIENCY exhaust gasaftertreatment using DEF ................... 7

    Description of maintenance work forthe exhaust system .................................. 8

    Changing the engine oil and filter ...... 8Replacing the air filter ........................ 8Replacing the fuel filter ...................... 8Checking the diesel particle filter ...... 8Checking and adding DEF .................. 8

    Maintenance service ................................ 8Vehicle maintenance work(including exhaust system main-tenance) ............................................. 8Description of maintenance work ...... 9Additional work ................................ 11

    Confirmation .......................................... 12Tire rotation ..................................... 12Delivery inspection .......................... 14Maintenance service ........................ 15

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    Contents 1

  • Vehicle data

    X XModel Vehicle identification number (VIN)

    X XDate of the first registration Paint and code

    X XLicense plate License plate

    X XLicense plate License plate

    X XLicense plate License plate

    X XLicense plate License plate

    Protection of the environment

    Natural resources form the basis of our exis-tence on this planet. The objective is to usethe natural resources which form the basis ofour existence on this planet sparingly and in amanner which takes the requirements of bothnature and humanity into account..Our declared policy is one of integrated envi-ronmental protection, starting at the rootcauses and encompassing in its managementdecisions all the consequences for the envi-ronment which could arise from productionprocesses or the products themselves.You too can help protect the environment byoperating your Sprinter in an environmentallyresponsible manner.

    Fuel consumption and the wear of yourengine, brakes and tires largely depend onthe operating conditions and your individualdriving style. To reduce fuel consumption andwear, note the following:Ravoid short trips.Ralways ensure that the tire pressure is cor-rect.Ravoid frequent and abrupt acceleration.Ravoid carrying unnecessary weight.Rremove ski and roof racks once you no lon-ger need them.Rdo notwarmup the enginewhile the vehicleis stationary.Rshift gears in a timely manner so that eachgear is used only up to 2/3 of its maximumengine speed.Rmonitor the fuel consumption.A regularly serviced vehicle will also help pro-tect the environment. Comply with the main-tenance intervals indicated by the ASSYSTservice interval display, as well as any other

    2 Protection of the environmentGe

    neral

  • maintenance work that is described in thisbooklet.We recommend that you have the mainte-nance service carried out by an authorizedSprinter Dealer using genuine Mercedes-Benz parts.

    Protection of the environment 3

    General

  • Introduction

    Active Service System (ASSYST)

    General notesYour Sprinter is equipped with the ActiveService System (ASSYST). The mainte-nance computer tracks distance driven andthe time elapsed since your last service. Theservice is shown in the multifunction displayin the instrument cluster.The multifunction display shows a messageapproximately one month before the mainte-nance service is due. It indicates when thenext service is due in miles or days.The symbols or letters on the service displayshow the type of service that is due. or AA Oil service plus or BB Maintenance serviceServices are carried out in a series defined asA-B. The first oil service plus (Service A) is dueafter 20,000miles. The firstmaintenance ser-vice (Service B) is due after 40,000 miles.

    Service due date display

    Vehicles with steering wheel buttonsOne of the following messages appears:^Service A: Due in ... daysService A: Due in ... days^Service A: Due in ... milesService A: Due in ... miles^Service A Due nowService A Due nowVehicles without steering wheel buttonsOne of the following messages appears:^ for service A^ for service BThe remaining distance in miles (mi) or theremaining time in days (d) is shown.

    Service due date has been exceededA qualified specialist workshop, e.g. anauthorized Sprinter Dealer resets the servicedisplay during the service appointment.

    Vehicles with steering wheel buttonsIf the service due date has been exceeded,one of the following messages will appear inthe display:^Service A: Exceeded by ...Service A: Exceeded by ...daysdays^Service A: Exceeded by ...Service A: Exceeded by ...milesmilesAdditionally, a warning tone sounds.

    Vehicles without steering wheel buttonsIf the service due date has been exceeded,ten seconds after switching on the ignitionthe or symbol flashes for the ser-vice. A minus sign also appears in front of theservice due date.

    Service informationYou can find a list with descriptions of themaintenance work in this booklet, startingfrom (Y page 9). Following every mainte-nance service, the authorized Sprinter dealerwill reset the service interval display by con-firming the maintenance work performed.The authorized Sprinter dealer performing themaintenance service will confirm the workhas been carried out using the confirmationpages in this Maintenance Booklet(Y page 15).We continuously strive to improve our prod-ucts and ask for your understanding that wereserve the right to make changes to the peri-odic maintenance work for our vehicles.The information in this booklet is accurate attime of printing. At the time of your scheduledmaintenance appointments with your author-ized Sprinter dealer, the most current serviceinformation will be utilized for your vehicle'sage or mileage. Please check with yourauthorized Sprinter dealer for any changes tothe periodic maintenance work for your vehi-cle.

    i If the ASSYST service interval display hasbeen accidentally reset, have an authorizedSprinter dealer correct the setting. A reset

    4 IntroductionMaintenance

    Booklet

  • should only be performed once the corre-sponding maintenance service has beencarried out. Resetting the ASSYST serviceinterval display without performing the cor-responding maintenance service mayresult in engine damage and/or damage toother vehicle parts that are not covered bythe New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

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