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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The oil switch is located on the passenger side of the truck in the back of the engine. Look for the transmission dipstick, then feel for it between the transmission dipstick and the engine block. It is hidden pretty well, but a socket wrench will fit to take it off. The new part uses a 1-1/16 socket, the old part for some reason was smaller, I think 13/16 inch. Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
have you checked the trans fluid level? It could be trans fluid geting in through a vacuume hose. vacuume modulator on the trans may be bad.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
I'm sorry, I do not have a listing for the c200 mercedes Benz, but do have a listing for the c220.
However, it doesn't have the head gasket changing instructions.
Sorry about that.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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use the cheapest oil you can buy from supermarket ,something like a 10/40 or a 20/50 that says diesel/petrol on the can ,mineral or synthetic it doesnt matter and change every 6000m with a oil filter every third oil change and this will keep the inside of the engine clean .So long as the inside of the engine is clean this will prevent problems with hydraulic tappets and gummed up piston rings .Too much hype is made from oil companies about their particular brand of oil and how long it will last ,this is ok but it allows the inside of the engine to gum up with clag i have found this system i use works on all cars and keeps costs down for the customer ,never had a engine fail on me yet for any of my customers ,now i have had engines blow up after i have changed the oil but this was caused by them not having the oil changed regular and the clag inside has been liberated by new oil and got caught up in the oil pick up filter and BANG big ends gone ,change it as stated and you will never have a problem
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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