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Where to obtain owner & service manuals for 1993 300CE? Also, where is transmission fluid dipstick located & where to refill transmission fluid using what brand / type fluid?

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There is know dipstick,you must buy one online,or dealer.the fill area is behind motor on passenger side U.S. model

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SOURCE: Transmission Fluid - 1987 Mercedes-Benz Diesel Turbo

It took Mercon Dextron III.

Of course, MD IV, V or Mutli-Vehicle would be better (the new multi-vehicle formula is what is being widely recommended by all nowadays).


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