Question about 2000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Hello,if your gearbox is automatic 7.5 liters,then better to bring your car to a dealer for measurement,they have special tool, atf should approved by mb,ty
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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Locate the fill plug. This is typically on the top of the gearbox. If you are having problems locating it, follow the speedometer cable down to where it connects to the transmission; the fill plug will be near the cable.
Remove the fill plug.
Place a clean funnel in the fill hole and fill the gearbox with gear oil. Check your vehicle specifications to see how much is needed. Re-install the fill plug when done, hand-tighten and then torque the plug down with a socket wrench one turn.
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