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I'm using half alternative fuel (biodiesel), Would this effect the sensors and cause my transmission to stick in 1st or 2nd gear or do I need Transmission oil???

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  • TLM Feb 21, 2009

    Thanks! I will have the fuel filter changed and check the transmission oil to see if that helps!

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Hi, i use 100% bio in my merc and dont have any problems check your transmission oil!

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