Question about Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class
Changing the oil on your Mercedes is not that hard and will save you big money at the shop. You will need a special Mercedes oil filter wrench, as the filter is guarded by a housing that needs to be removed to get at the filter. The filter is located on the drivers side of the engine in the front. And no you dont need a topsider. Oil can be drained through a drain plug, but since the filter is located on the top of the motor a topsider is the easy way, since you wouldnt have to crawl under the car to get to the oil drain plug. The oil drain plug is located under the car at the bottom of oil pan. The filter can be purchased at any parts store and i would recommend a MANN filter. The filter is a cartridge that will come with O-rings that must be installed correctly and dont let the dealerships fool you, any good quality oil will be fine in your vehicle. But remember, if you ever go to a synthetic oil, you can not go back to a standard.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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