I was trying to refresh the tranny fluid for my 99 C230 Kompressor, and I found that is not possible due to a "sealed" transmisson. Is that true? So I will never need to worry about it. Any input is greatly appreciated.
I appreciate your input. I don't like to blow money at every 100k miles. If it is a sealed transmission how can I change the tranny fluid? If there is a way to replace the tranny fluid perhaps you can point to me a thread with instructions. Much appreciated.
Draining the fluid and replacing the filter is much like any other auto trans. Simply drop the pan and replace the filter. I also believe your car is old enough, that your torque converter has a drain plug on it, so you can drain that as well. The problem is refilling the trans back up, since the car doesn't come with a dipstick. The trans fluid temperature needs to be monitored with some kind of scan tool, and the fluid level would need to be checked with a workshop dipstick in order to do it properly.
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