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I have a 95 E320 cabriolet. While the transmission is still working, it is starting to slip. At the moment, I do not have the money to buy a new transmission, so I am considering trying to find one at the junk yard. I am looking to find the different models that would have the same transmission. Any ideas?
 

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Your car is a W124 so you need to post related messages in that forum.
Also, it is polite to at least sign your name on your message or fill your profile.
Anyway, replace the transimission fluid/filter and add a quality anti-slip fluid like B&G, Valvoline, or Lucas. At this point, you don't have much to lose. How bad does it slip? How many miles on the tranny? You may find that it may last another 50K miles....
Most likely your tranny model is 722.369 and the part # is 124 270 51 2.
Good luck!
 

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hi - the forum title in the list of sub-forums says that the 1995 is in the w210 chassis (1995-2002). is it the fact that e320cabriolet has a cabriolet that makes it a w124?

I'm asking because I am looking into a 1995 E320 and want to be sure I have the chassis number correct before I start asking questions here, but it's just a sedan...
 

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AFAIK, for the USA market, a 1995 E320 is a W124. The 1995 E300 is actually a 1994 model but sold as a 1995 model.

In some parts of the world, a 1995 E320 could be a W210. I believe we have a couple members who have 1995 W210 but they are not in the USA.
 
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