Early Chassis Power Steering Replaceable Filter

Fits 110 111 112 113 108 109 107 114 115 116 Models with Power Steering Listed below

January 2019 notice: This filter is now available only in very limited quantities and may not be readily available in the future. This is why we are not able to include it in our full fluid flush kit ( See related products below) This is an often neglected filter. In fact some owners do not even know it exists. It is well hidden inside the power steering fluid reservoir. You have to remove the cap and spring - then use a pick tool to lift the metal plate out and the filter can be seen way down in the bottom. See the pictures below. Be sure to flush when replacing the filter. Remove the return hose and place in a plastic bottle. Fill the reservoir with new ATF (Dexron III). Have someone help you crank the engine over while you pour new fluid into the reservoir - keep doing this until fresh fluid comes out the return hose. DO NOT LET the reservoir run dry to prevent getting air in the system.

Early Chassis Power Steering Replaceable Filter

Product Details

You must have a fluid reservoir that looks similar to this,

When plate has been removed you can see the filter below.

After flushing the system with new fluid you can install the new filter.

Fits most of the following models between 1963 and 1976 with power steering:


Mercedes-Benz 190DC

Mercedes-Benz 200

Mercedes-Benz 200D

Mercedes-Benz 220S

Mercedes-Benz 220SE

Mercedes-Benz 230

Mercedes-Benz 230S

Mercedes-Benz 230SL

Mercedes-Benz 240D

Mercedes-Benz 250

Mercedes-Benz 250C

Mercedes-Benz 250S

Mercedes-Benz 250SE

Mercedes-Benz 250SL

Mercedes-Benz 280

Mercedes-Benz 280C

Mercedes-Benz 280S

Mercedes-Benz 280SE

Mercedes-Benz 280SEL

Mercedes-Benz 280SL

Mercedes-Benz 300D

Mercedes-Benz 300SEL

Mercedes-Benz 450SE

Mercedes-Benz 450SEL

Mercedes-Benz 450SL

Mercedes-Benz 450SLC