Date registered: Sep 2006
Vehicle: 2004 CLK 240 Coupe
Location: Norfolk. UK
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Are you removing the pan to change the filter during your ATF flush? If so the connector to the ETC is easy to access.
The SI in the WIS advises: "When repairs are performed on automatic transmission 722.6, the pilot bushing A203 540 00 53 and its O ring must be replaced to avoid any further visits to the workshop."
It also states: "After the pilot bushing is replaced, the new bushing should be marked with a green dot on the white ring so that is not changed again. Pilot bushings with a green dot are only to be replaced if they leak".
So, when you get access to the connector, check for a green dot, as it may have been changed already by a previous owner. However, if it looks original, you should change it while you are there, as it is relatively cheap.