Question about 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190
If its the automatic fluid can be added via the dipstick tube, At the back on the left as you face the engine. If the manual there is a 14mm hex socket on the drivers side about 5cm towards the rear of the back of clutch slave cylinder and about 10cm up from the base. It is almost impossible to access this without having the right 14mm hex plug, space is tight so think about the amount of room you need to have to have your socket wrench, 14mm hex drive plug and room to insert it. When filling with oil the transmission should be level and the oil should be added until it dribbles out of the bottom the fill hole. The bottom of this hole is the correct level. The only way I can do this job is to site the oil container in the back of the engine compartment and to feed the oil down via a length of plastic tubing into the hole. Its a messy job!! so have plenty of rags to hand to mop up
Posted on May 04, 2010
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