Question about 1995 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
First start the engine and leave it in park and then check the level of transmission fluid on the dip stick (on the left at the very back of the engine). Second check the integrity of the bolts holding the differential to the rear subframe. There are only three, two to the rear of the diff. in rubber mounted bushes and one on the left front vertically into a rubber cushioned washer mounting. Third check the rubber flexible (dounut) assemblies immediately to the rear of the transmission output and in front of the differential input. The 6 bolts on each should be secure and there should be no cracks in the couplings. If they show signs of deterioration they are easy to replace.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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