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#1 (permalink) Old 08-02-2004, 08:58 AM
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ml-320 power steering fluid reservoir

Could anybody tell me where to add the power steering fluid to my 2000 ml-320?
I just got that car from my father who massed away, and I would love to keep it as he did, but now it's making a noise similar to the one you hear when you steer a wheel of car without power steering or something.
I will appreciate your help.
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Could anybody tell me where to add the power steering fluid to my 2000 ml-320?
I just got that car from my father who massed away, and I would love to keep it as he did, but now it's making a noise similar to the one you hear when you steer a wheel of car without power steering or something.
I will appreciate your help.
David(Miami, FL)
Welcome, David. You add the fluid after removing the lid with the white dot, in the center of the picture.


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Can you guys re post the picture of where to fill the P/S fluid
it shows up as a broken link (cross) in my browser
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Saltof and Avronilb, this issue was recently discussed in the post below with pictures:

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/w163...ing-fluid.html

Hope it comes in handy.

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Best to pop up front of engine cover..

To "fill" the power steering reservoir, best to "pop-up" the front of the plastic engine cover - turn reservoir cap counterclockwise approx 1/4 turn to release point - a small flashlight comes in handy sometime to check the fluid level - and use a funnel or "plastic turkey baster" to add fluid to top-off the reservoir to fill point.

It is highly recommended to use MB power steering oil - roughly dealer list USD$9 a quart.

When tightening the cap back onto the reservoir, turn clockwise, and make sure you tigheten firmly all the way to the full stop/closed position, which sometimes takes a touch more umph than you might think.

Push the front of the engine cover back down to lock it in, and you are good to go.
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