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Mercedes Benz Sprinter Diesel 2009-2018 Workshop Manual

About the Mercedes Benz Sprinter

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is mostly a light and heavy commercial vehicle, built by Daimler AG of Stuttgart, Germany as a van, chassis cab and minibus, and sold just like a Mercedes model, except belonging to the U.S. where it might be built from cdk (CKD) kits and was sold by Freightliner until 2010 when Mercedes Benz of North America took over sales and service of the vehicles. Their automobile platform and bodyshell can even be used in a very three way partnership with Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles who made the Volkswagen LT along with the Volkswagen Crafter.

The most important generation Sprinter was already released in Europe in 1995 to replace the famous but outdated Mercedes-Benz T1 van (dating from 1977). It previously was voted International Van associated with the Year for 1995. The first one generation (VA Chassis) North American Sprinter was launched in 2001 in to the U.S., and originally branded as a Freightliner. Units sold in to the rest of The United States were badged as Mercedes until 2003 when they received Dodge branding. Units in the country and Canada, even though not in Mexico, could possibly be purchased just like a Dodge or Freightliner brand from 2003. Your handmade jewelry was launched and supported by DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC, a small division based out of Huntersville, North Carolina. Key individuals from DaimlerChrysler Commercial Vehicle Division and Freightliner were selected to spearhead your time and effort and made up the majority of the division. DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC retained sole responsibility used for the North American Sprinter market through to the sales, service and parts support responsibilities were absorbed by Chrysler Commercial Vehicle Division in 2004. Nearly all of the original staff were retained, though the foot of operations shifted from Old North State to Auburn Hills, Michigan. All DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC remained active in Huntersville as being a definite engineering, upfitter certification and safety compliance resource for the Sprinter.

From 2001 through 2006, the cargo van versions belonging to the Sprinter were manufactured in Dusseldorf Germany, partially disassembled and shipped up to a facility in Gaffney, South Carolina where these people were reassembled. The cargo versions, classified as light trucks, are at the mercy of the 25% chicken tax if imported to be a complete unit, which can be avoided due to the fact disassembly and subsequent reassembly. Passenger vans were not subject to the exact same tax classifications, and were imported as being a definite assembled unit through Mercedes at the Port of Jacksonville, Florida.

The Sprinter is designed primarily for business, not private users, although recreational vehicle (RV) conversions are readily available. The united states, the first one generation Sprinters (2001-2006) were offered solely along with the Mercedes-Benz 2.7 litre straight five cylinder turbodiesel.

Companies as well as Apple Inc. are replacing van conversions with wide bus bodies - with Sprinters with side-facing benches and tall right-side doors - as campus shuttle buses. Limited numbers of complete "wagons" (passenger vans) are usually now being produced in Germany and shipped complete in direction of U.S. market for mostly individual and church van uses. Typical Sprinter Wagons are 8-10 passengers, as well as glass in all of the associated with the normal positions that windows is without a doubt factory installed. Vans shipped path of the U.S. on-spec (speculation to sell by dealer/distributor) are mostly sent in Arctic White color, but the majority of standard and some special colors end up being found on these passenger vans. The Dodge dealer network for Sprinters is limited to certified locations (typically known as "Business Link" certified dealers, usually only awarded to "Five Star" certified dealers), and dealer knowledge is the still limited in both sales and service. Special orders typically take 1 to 3 months for delivery, and make stretch out even longer, as a result assembly and disassembly in Germany, and exporting of parts to South Carolina for re-assembly; the exception being passenger van models that happen to be assembled in Germany and exported assembled.

In Canada And America, most Sprinters can be purchased as cargo vans to expediters inside the. Such expediters resemble truck drivers, except they take smaller loads all of which will wait in a town indefinitely after unloading, until dispatchers find another customer nearby to transport goods. The advent associated with the Sprinter van which consists of cargo space of 13-1/2 feet (4.1 m) has allowed van expediters to be on three 48 x 48 in (1.22 x 1.22 m) skids or pallets where previously the pair were confined to two. A Sprinter driver can perform hauling approximately 3000 lb (1360 kg) of cargo. The passenger truck has additionally been adopted by police in Hong Kong, and used such as an ambulance in Australia by Ambulance Victoria and Ambulance NSW .

Another market the fact that Sprinters are gaining ground is really as van conversions and recreational vehicles. Conversions include RV's, limousines, as well as luxury vans, office vans, wheelchair accessible vans, and golf vans. Sprinter RV conversions may well called Sprinter campervans. Sprinter conversions tend to be put together by several RV and coach manufacturers.

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