Question about Mercedes-Benz ML500
This kind of problem is caused by low fluid pressure, this can be a leaking valve body, a sticking fluid check ball or a defective pressure pump, u did not say if u have ever had any trans trouble codes that have been set for this intermittent issue, the real issue here is that u are worried your warranty will expire and the problem will occur again, I am a dealer technican of thirty years and know how this works, if the problem was not fixed and still happens get the factory field engineer involved, u can call the factory assistance number in your owners manual, then you can request that the field rep extend your warranty on the trans if he can't verify the problem based on your past problems
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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