Question about 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190
Well for starters the transmission fluid should not have a charcol color tint to it. It should be bright red or or slightly darker depending on when the fluid was last changed. The transmission oil pan should be removed in order to take a closer look at the fluid and to see if there is any metal debris sitting on the bottom of the pan. Definitely start with the transmission especially if you have no reverse gear because that means either the front pump or the reverse gear clutch plates are bad. It's highly possible especially with the trans fluid being a charcol grey color that there some internal damage in the transmission. Another way to confirm this is to smell the transmission fluid off the dipstick and see if it smells burnt. If it is burnt you will know it the odor is significant. One of the reasons also I say start with the transmission is because it can be a costly repair and it would be better to know right away if your gonna need to replace it before spending on other repairs first.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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