Question about 2001 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
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Yes first remove the air cleaner housing witch is black plastic big housing with two air duct connect to front cross member pulling upwards have a look back right hand side the engine bay behind the engine you can see black small tube, it have covered by black cap with read lock you have to pull and brake read lock to open the cap some model have oil dipstick tube also near that be careful open the right one transmission dipstick tube shorter than oil dipstick tube you have to open shot one if you have good look you can see it's going to transmission or engine for adjust transmission oil you have to check transmission oil temp and you need right dipstick for that the dipstick only have with authorized Mercedes service center maybe could find from other workshops too not sure for check oil temp you need a diagnose cpu.
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