Proper diagnosis is priority one - then repair! DIY testing and repair kits available.
What's wrong with my Mercedes?
You CAN do this yourself if you have the right information and equipment!
Some leaks are not difficult to fix. Others require removal of the transmission
You might be surprised at just how many problems and failures could be avoided with periodic and proper lubrication
Be careful to not let someone sell you a rebuilt transmission!
New bushings will solve the problem and possibly prevent disaster
The transmission will bind or won't shift if worn bushings are out of adjustment
Watch the video and Kent will explain his recommendations.
Get a good light and get under the car.
There is a proper way to do this to determine proper level inside transmission
Try all you can. It's almost impossible without this special tool!
Be Kind to Your Transmission Pan Gasket!
You Bet - The Easy Way!
Find the actual source of the leak before jumping to conclusions
Avoid a Stuck Throttle!
May NOT Be the Shift Rod Plastic Bushings
Care must be exercised to prevent damage or premature failure
This can leave you stranded if not caught early enough
Often caused by loose fittings and engine vibration
Minor frustration for most of us who service our own transmissions
A medium frustration for most of us who service our own transmissions
Yes, you are fortunate there is an adjustment!
A major frustration for most of us who service our own transmissions
How to improve performance and prolong the life of a tired gas or diesel automatic transmission
1998 to 2006 W202 W203 W204 W210 W211 W220 and M Class
If you could just figure out what is wrong you know you could fix it!
If your transmission locks up in 2nd gear and won't shift there is hope!
Both problems require removal and it can be a little "tricky"