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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you take off the plastic panel under your car, you will see the oil drain nut, here you can open it to drain all the oil. It takes about 8 quartz to fill it up. Use the synthetic oil 0W 30 if possible. Open the hood, There is a nice plastic cover with the Mercedes logo on it. You lift it up and pull toward you. Once it is out you will see the Oil filter right in the front. It is too much hassle to go underneath the car to take out the plastic panel to access the oil drain nut and put it pack when you done, that why you can see $300 cost at the dealer. You may want to consider buying the MityVac Fluid Evacuator 7201 to remove the oil from the top without removing the panel from the bottom. Have fun in doing it.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
of it has a 6.0L engine it is on top of the engine righ where a carburator supposs to go, this is for a ford f350 diesel
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
The actuator only opens when maximun set boost has been achieved. the actuator lets exhaust gas bypass the turbo once it has reached its pressure. check for vacuum leaks, cracks in the intake piping.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
fuel filer will be located blow ur chasy near fuel pump, generally.
n about Oil fill hole, it will located next to the engine, below the hood, or above the gearbox, for manual transmission. thank u
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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