Question about Cars & Trucks
I would like to check the transmission fluid on my petrol auto 1997 C180, i have found the cap but there is no dipstick.
The dipstick can be purchased from your local dealer, OR you have to go to your dealer for service (or a local mechanic who has the proper dipstick for your car). More and more car companies are not including the dipsticks in their vehicles in order to have the vehicle "properly serviced" by the dealer, and the dealer only. Unfortunately, the dipstick is quite expensive the last time I checked, and you may have to shop around to find a mechanic that wont charge you a whole lot of money to check your fluid for you.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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