SMART FORFOUR 454 MANUALLINES Pdf Download.

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Guidelines for Rescue Services smart 2006 Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006.

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Information and copyright Ordering workshop information All printed workshop information from GSP/TI can be ordered as follows: Within Germany: From our GSP/TI shop on the internet at the following link: http://gsp ti shop.daimlerchrysler.com or alternatively E mail: service.information@daimlerchrysler.com Outside Germany: Please get in touch with the contact person responsible for your market.

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Contents Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 Preface Overview Proper casualty rescue Extinguishing vehicle fires Rescue Securing and supporting Removing the windows Removing the doors Pushing away the instrument panel Removing the roof Observing occupant restraint systems Seat adjustment/head restraints Steering wheel adjustment/roll bar Model classes General.

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Contents Page Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006.

Page 6: Preface

Preface Dear reader, One of DaimlerChrysler’s top priorities has tradi tionally been to guarantee the highest possible standards of safety. This emphasis on safety is especially pronounced also in vehicles of the smart brand, the ultra compact line within the Mercedes Car Group.

Page 7: Proper Casualty Rescue

Overview Proper casualty rescue Whereas formerly priority was given to quickly rescuing the trapped casualty from his predicament, the primary concern nowadays is medical and psychological assistance. The aim of this is to prepare the casualty as well as possible for the rescue work.

Page 8: Extinguishing Vehicle Fires, Rescue

Overview Extinguishing vehicle fires Extinguish fires in accordance with the guidelines of the professional fire services! Body: Magnesium is increasingly being used in safety relevant reinforcement structures in the body. For example, the instrument panel structure in smart vehicles is made of magnesium.

When combatting fires within the vehicle’s inte rior and in the area around the instrument panel, it is therefore vital to observe the special.

Page 9: Securing And Supporting

Rescue Securing and supporting Risk of injury Unintended movements of the bodywork during rescue operations may cause further injury to the casualties. On arrival at the scene of the accident, the first priority of the rescue crew should be to ascertain and assess the condition of the casualties.

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Rescue Securing and supporting Vehicles lying on their side must be secured to prevent them from sliding and tipping over, e.g. using supporting struts, wheel chocks, ropes and straps. #x2022; Secure vehicle using supporting struts #x2022; Attach straps by looping them around vehicle parts, such as axles or other securely bolted or welded parts on the vehicle.

Page 11: Removing The Windows

Rescue Removing the windows Risk of injury Work on windows and glass roofs may produce glass splinters which can cause injuries to the occupants and rescuers. Risk of injury Always remove the windows when working on adja cent components. Windows may shatter, throwing out tiny, sharp glass particles which may cause injuries to the occupants and rescuers.

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Rescue Removing the windows Remove windows using a glass saw: The glass saw is usually the tool of choice for cutting out laminated glass windows: #x2022; First knock a hole in the window #x2022; Then remove the window by cutting around the edges With a glass saw, the actual cutting occurs on the pull stroke and not on the push stroke as with.

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Rescue Removing the windows Glass roof on smart forfour (model 454) #x2022; Stick adhesive foil or tape over the window #x2022; Knock a hole in one of the corners of the glass roof #x2022; Cut out the window along the edge of the opening in the roof using a glass saw #x2022;.

Page 14: Removing The Doors

Rescue Removing the doors First check whether the door catch can be opened in spite of the deformed door. It may be possible to open the door enough to allow the spreader to be pushed into the resulting gap. If the lock cannot be opened, the following procedure is recommended: smart fortwo (model 450) and smart roadster (model 452) Opening on the lock side.

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Rescue Removing the doors #x2022; If the plastic cover panel on the door obstructs your efforts, you can give it a sharp tug by hand to remove it. Because the hinges are forged steel, and thus extremely strong, the recommended procedure is to open the door on the lock side, where the spreader can act against the more pliant aluminum of the door structure.

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Rescue Removing the doors smart forfour (model 454) Opening on the hinge side #x2022; Remove door paneling (plastic panel) #x2022; Position the spreader between the hinge and the A pillar or fender #x2022; Spread the hinge until it breaks off The following procedure can also be used: #x2022;.

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Rescue Removing the doors #x2022; Cut through the crossmember (3) (cut C) #x2022; Cut the electrical lines #x2022; Insert the spreader from above and pull the door outwards #x2022; Cover sharp edged parts Page Crossmember Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 P72.00 2159 00 P72.00 2160 00 P72.00 2161 00.

Page 18: Pushing Away The Instrument Panel

Rescue Pushing away the instrument panel Risk of injury When vehicle parts are cut open or cut off, sharp edges are produced, which can cause injury to the casualties or to the rescue personnel. Risk of injury The gas generators of windowbags are filled with compressed gas and they must not be cut! The gas generator will burst and sharp edged parts may be ejected at high speeds.

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Rescue Pushing away the instrument panel #x2022; Crush the rocker panel near the A pillars using the spreader #x2022; Cut through the rocker panel using rescue shears #x2022; Make a depression at the bottom towards the rear of the rocker panel near the B pillar and install the telescopic rescue ram #x2022;.

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Rescue Pushing away the instrument panel As an alternative to placing a rescue ram in the door opening, a chain can be slung around the steering column below the steering wheel. A second chain is then slung around the front axle from the front.

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Rescue Pushing away the instrument panel #x2022; Make a relief cut at the bottom of the A pillar #x2022; Position a rescue ram in the area of the joint (arrow) between the instrument panel crossmember and the A pillar. i Due to its construction, the A pillar is not strong enough to allow the use of a rescue ram.

Page 22: Removing The Roof

Rescue Removing the roof Risk of injury When vehicle parts are cut open or cut off, sharp edges are produced, which can cause injury to the casualties or to the rescue personnel. When the C pillars are cut, the frameless single pane safety glass rear window will probably break.

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Rescue Removing the roof The smart fortwo coup#xE9; is fitted with an adhesive bonded roof in either glass or plastic. Because the glass roof consists of single pane safety glass, the recommended procedure is to cut out the entire roof structure as described in the following section.

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Rescue Removing the roof #x2022; Cut through the C pillars below the gas filled spring struts of the folding rear window. i When the C pillars are cut, the frameless single pane safety glass rear window will probably break. smart forfour (model 454): Folding back the roof #x2022;.

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Rescue Removing the roof #x2022; Cut through the C pillars as far as the roof frame #x2022; Cut through the roof frame #x2022; Fold the roof back and secure it to prevent it from springing back Page Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 P65.00 2108 00 P65.00 2109 00 P65.00 2110 00.

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Rescue Removing the roof Soft top/coup#xE9; roof on smart fortwo cabrio and smart roadster Risk of injury When opening the soft top or the coup#xE9; roof, there is a risk of injury due to the moving parts. Furthermore, the occupants’ freedom of move ment may be restricted.

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Rescue Removing the roof smart roadster/roadster coup#xE9; (model 452) The smart roadster and roadster coup#xE9; are equipped with a soft top or a coup#xE9; roof as stan dard equipment. Soft top: The locking and release mechanisms for the soft top are attached to the windshield frame and are operated automatically when the switch is pressed.

Page 28: Observing Occupant Restraint Systems

Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems Risk of injury When disconnecting the batteries or when cutting electrical lines, the ground lines must always be disconnected or cut first, otherwise there is a risk of short circuit. Risk of injury There is a risk of injury in the deployment area of undeployed airbags.

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Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems Occupant restraint system (SRS Supplemental Restraint System): All smart vehicles are equipped with seat belts and an additional occupant restraint system (SRS). The system encompasses: #x2022; Indicator lamp in the instrument cluster #x2022; Emergency tensioning retractors #x2022;.

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Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems The sidebags (4) in all model series are located in the outsides of the backrests (front seats only in the smart forfour). The windowbags (5) in the smart forfour model series (model 454) are located at the top in the side of the roof frame.

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Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems The illustration at the side shows the driver and front passenger airbags in their deployed and fully inflated state in the smart fortwo as an example. i The air sack inflates within a few milliseconds during the collision. After full deployment, the air sack of the driver side and passenger side front airbag immediately deflate.

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Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems Risk of injury If using safety devices intended to protect against airbag deployments after an accident, there is a danger that these devices may be cata pulted by the deploying airbag, presenting an additional injury hazard for casualties and rescuers alike.

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Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems The airbag’s air sack inflates within a few milli seconds during the collision. The air sack reaches its maximum volume in approximately 45 ms. Immediately after maximum volume is reached, the airbag starts to deflate.

The gas escapes through an air hole or through the fabric and the airbag collapses (exception: windowbags).

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Rescue Observing occupant restraint systems Seat belts The seat belt buckles can usually be opened normally after a crash. However, it is often easier to cut the belts at an easily accessible point. In this way the rescue crew do not need to lean over the casualty, which might cause further discomfort or injury.

Page 35: Seat Adjustment/head Restraints

Rescue Seat adjustment/head restraints Risk of injury When vehicle parts are cut open or cut off, sharp edges are produced, which can cause injury to the casualties or to the rescue personnel. Seat adjustment Vehicles in the smart model series feature manual seat adjustment mechanisms as standard equip ment.

Page 36: Steering Wheel Adjustment/roll Bar

Rescue Steering wheel adjustment/roll bar Steering wheel adjustment The height of the steering wheel can be adjusted according to requirements. #x2022; Press the lock (1) downwards #x2022; Adjust the steering wheel #x2022; Press the lock (1) upwards Roll bar On the smart fortwo cabrio, the smart roadster and the smart roadster coup#xE9;.

Page 37: General

Model classes General Location of airbags: The airbags in the smart model series are located: #x2022; In the steering wheel (driver airbag) #x2022; Above or in place of the glove box in the instrument panel (front passenger airbag) #x2022; In the outsides of the backrests (front sidebags) #x2022;.

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Model classes General Location of structural reinforcements The structural reinforcements of relevance to rescue operations are all located in the region of the passenger cell. The illustration shows the design of the TRIDION cells with structural reinforcements (red) as found on the smart cabrio (upper illustration) and smart roadster (lower illustration).

Page 39: Smart Fortwo

Model classes smart fortwo smart fortwo coup#xE9; (model 450.3) Location: Airbag Battery Tank Page 1 Driver airbag 2 Front passenger airbag 3 Sidebags (in the backrests) 4 Fuel tank 5 Battery (in front passenger footwell) Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 P00.00 3526 00 P00.00 3527 00.

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Model classes smart fortwo smart fortwo cabrio (model 450.4) Location: Airbag Battery Tank Structural reinforcements Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 1 Driver airbag 2 Front passenger airbag 3 Front sidebags (in the backrests) 4 Fuel tank 5 Battery (in front passenger footwell) 6 Structural reinforcement of A pillars/ windshield frame 7 Structural reinforcement of C pillars.

Page 41: Smart Roadster

Model classes smart roadster smart roadster/roadster coup#xE9; (model 452) Location: Airbag Battery Tank Structural reinforcements Page 1 Driver airbag 2 Front passenger airbag 3 Sidebags (in the backrests) 4 Fuel tank 5 Battery (front luggage well) 6 Structural reinforcement of A pillars/ windshield frame Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 P00.00 3530 00.

Page 42: Smart Forfour

Model classes smart forfour smart forfour (model 454) Location: Airbag Gas generators Battery Tank Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006 1 Driver airbag 2 Front passenger airbag 3 Front sidebags (in the backrests) 4 Windowbags 5 Fuel tank 6 Battery (left side of engine compartment) P00.10 3908 00 P00.10 3909 00 Page.

Page 43: List Of Abbreviations

Annex List of abbreviations Single pane safety glass Electronic Stability Program Light emitting diode Supplemental restraint system Laminated safety glass Page Guidelines for Rescue Services, smart, 2006.

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