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Checking automatic transmission fluid level in mercedes benz sprinter 313 cdi no dipstick supplied.

How would I make and calabrate a dipstick to suit a mercedes benz sprinter 313 cdi automatic transmission fluid level

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I don't know why they did this, But other manufacturers are going this way. The consumer can't check the transmission fluid. They have to go to a shop. You can get the stick online. Yours at operating temps are 16 to 17, or 160 to 170, depending on the stack you get. The stick is cable with a metal piece on the end. Push it down until it bottoms out. If you shove it to far/ force it. You have to remove the oil pan to get it out.

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