That's a NO on transmission flushing on a transmission in general and especially this nice and well made. Dex IId was the original fluid, but most have made the leap to Dex III with no problems. However, there's much controversy around backwards compatibility and Dex III. So much so, that a few of us switched to synthetics with the right MB spec #'s. My switch is still a work in progress, so I'd be reluctant to recommend....but at my mileage with an original trans, everyday it works is a good day!
No, the transmission wasn't spec-ed for synthetics, but that doesn't mean synthetics won't work in there.:thumbsup:
Flushing is just the IHNTDDW (I have no time/down and dirty way) to bypass draining the torque converter/trans and using a new pan seal & filter. It's also a great way to throw metal particulates and sludge caught in your filter all over delicate, vulnerable parts.
A bloody sneaky little tree snuck up on me today and cracked my rear bumper and left a whole in it. One of those annoying ones they put in the pavement separating parking.
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I recently purchased a 1987 300TD and I'm in love with the car.
I really would like to upgrade the headlights to something nicer/brighter/newer. Anyone know any options? I've heard of Hella and Bosch but can't seem to find a good set anywhere.
For reference, these are the headlights...
Hi, my 1994 Mercedes E320 wagon was so much damaged due to flex disc failures that caused a chain reaction of other nearby parts to be replace and/or repair that I had to tow the wagon to a reputable Mercedes Repair center in Nashville.
After diagnosing the issues, the shop foreman recommended...
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