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the filter is mounted near the top left front of the engine, it is a black cap that removes to replace a cartridge type oil filter. the drain plug in the oil pan is on bottom of engine. you will need to remove the bottom cover from the engine using 8mm socket and approx 4-6 screws then you will have access to drain the oil.
It's easy. There is a little lever that you need to pull down and towards you (when seated) in drivers seat--located under the dash console, just to the right of the emergency brake release lever. The reason its hard to find, is that it is nicely tucked flush with the underside of the dash console, right about where your left knee would rub, if it stuck out, so it makes sense that its tucked away. But like anything, once you know where it is, its a piece of cake to find it.
There is no dip stick to check the oil on a CLK 500. The oil level is checked electronically on the instrument panel, in the settings menu--operated using the + - and menu buttons on the steering wheel.. The car must be on level ground and not running, with ignition on accessory.