Question about 2006 Mercedes-Benz B-Class
How to change power steering oil and were is located
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a cartridge type and is situated behind the engine near the body on the left side. You can see it clearly as it looks like a black can with a big nut on top. To make it easier when you look at your engine your fuel filter is on top and the oil is just left from it little down. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
8 quarts including the filter. please make sure you replace it with one from merecedes benz. this needs to be purchased from the dealer as a special tool.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
You'll also need to drain and flush both systems as the two fluids are incompatible. Brake fluid (DOT3, etc.) goes into the brake master cylinder (located directly in front of the brake pedal, except inside the engine compartment...on the left hand side). Power steering fluid should go into the power steering pump reservoir mounted directly to the pump or in a remote location somewhere near the pump. Usually the power steering pump is located on the front of the engine near the fan/serp. belts.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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