Question about Mercedes-Benz 1996 Mercedes C-Class Sedan - Snow/Surfboard Carrier -
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
mercedes did nothing wrong your transmission is probably blown up. no way they could put in the wrong parts they wouldn't fit. how many miles are on your trans now? did you ever do a transmission service on the transmission that mercedes says is lifetime fluid? dont do back to the dealer find an independant shop that specializes in mercedes, like the one i work for. the dealer doesnt care about its clients. Us independants honestly do care
Posted on May 11, 2009
Check for the transmission setting ( around the shifter area "S and W"). Select switch to S. W is only used on wet or snow condition.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
If its a standard transmission its likely a bearing called the pilot bearing . Its a needle bearing that fits into the flywheel and the transmission shaft fits into it .If its worn the transmission will jump in reverse move up and down on the rubber mount . Or if its an automatic then its likely the rubber mount it self or a motor mount witch is also a rubber mount there is 2 on the motor and 1 on the trany
Posted on Apr 03, 2012
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It has to do with the transmission. The 'S' stands for standard and 'W' winter.
In 'S' mode, the transmission starts out in 1st gear normally, but when you select
In 'W' mode, the transmission will start out in 2nd gear, to help reduce wheel spin/slip on slippery surfaces.
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