You can jump the car from here or get enough juice to open the trunk by this method. What transmission fluid should I use in my Mercedes-Benz 722. The plastic piece moves in one… It's hard to give you a straight answer for this question. You will need to get a dipstick tool to check the level and make sure you check the level while it is at the proper trans temp. Refrigerant and oil capacity guides are based on data provided by sources such as AllData and Mitchell. It's a good idea to change the electrical connector at the same time, since that is a known source of leaks, and the fluid wicks up to the control unit. If any mechanic declines to change the oil you bring to them, whether Amsoil or not, then it is time to find a new mechanic! There is one in the trunk next to the battery.
When the new detergents clean out the parts they remove gunk that is actually helping the transmission. Personally i strongly recommend you to replace the trans. This is done because checking the proper fluid level at the correct temp is very critical in these transmissions. If your vehicle was originally charged with R12 refrigerant, for example, the oil type specified, 'mineral', will not apply. Mercedes did not provide a dipstick to measure the transmission fluid for these cars.
There is one in the back of the engine compartment on the drivers side, and there is one on the side of the dash board on the drivers side inside the car. This is a one time use break-away item that the dealer uses to deep people out. Each components is in series and the last one in the loop sends the signal back to the head unit. When you drive a Mercedes Benz it is very important to know a competent mechanic and a reliable mechanics shop. But… Pop the hood and look behind the cover for the left side of the air filter.
When I did it, I got around 6-7 quarts out of it. All of which, if they are leaking and needing constant refilling, should be properly repaired for getting long life out of your Benz. Posted on Jun 28, 2009 This tranny has approximately 13 quarts of fluid. Then all that will do is speed the process up. Open the hood and check the dipstick.
Should be changed as recommended by Mercedes Benz. The rear of the top will raise first, to allow the cover to lift, and then the top will fold down and stow. Your would normally just lower the pand and change the filter and replace the fluid that came out. Lasts up to 150,000 miles or five years! For this reason, only Mercedes service agents have the required workshop tool ie dipstick which they insert into a tube in the transmission, to check levels. On some vehicles the factory amplifier and tele aide modules are on this loop. This is a light weight synthetic oil.
Unless this is the first time you've been to the recommended mileage for changing the fluid I. It will do nothing but damage the tranny. The plastic piece covers two-thirds of the metal fill tube. If the trunk does not open turn the key in ignition to power up and then should open. Electronic transmissions are extremely temperamental - if incorrect type, level is too low or too high , this will accelerate premature wear and tear, not to mention erratic shifting behaviour.
You will have increased performance such as increased gas mileage, smooth engine operation at a cooler temperature, and more horsepower! Topping up the transmission fluid is straight forward, you just pour it into the pipe, however making sure you have added the correct amount requires a dipstick… The car must be at a stop, and the top protector must be latched in the trunk. Go to the dealership now and have the issue looked at. We recommend changing the transmission fluid and transmission filter every 50,000-60,000 miles to minimize the chances of wear on critical transmission components. Electronic transmissions are extremely temperamental - if incorrect type, level is too low or too high , this will accelerate premature wear and tear, not to mention erratic shifting behaviour. Feb 25, 2010 In normal situations people do not flush their trannys. The 5-speed Mercedes fluid has a dirty metallic tint as soon as 60,000 miles.
Having a regular service interval for your transmission is much more logical and inexpensive in the long term. Note, this car does not take regular power steering fluid, but takes a pentosin hydraulic fluid. Because of the difference in Tire Size front to back it will shake if you tires are correctly balance. It's much better than the old stuff. Then click Checkout after you have added the last item to the cart.
A filter, pan gasket, etc service at any transmission shop is possible. What is the change interval on these cars? Reminder: do not attempt to yank the black cap off from above without sliding the plastic piece out of the way. Over time these internal components mesh with one another, begin to wear, and create fine metallic particles. I'm in the process of changing mine. Sorry, but them's the facts!! I recommend just doing this instead of paying someone to power flush the system.