Mercedes ATF Change

Mercedes Automatic Transmission Fluid Change

We can add a sophisticated additive pack to the gearbox oil, in order to optimise shift quality and feel. This additive deteriorates with time and use, causing the viscosity of the oil to alter. The wrong viscosity of oil can cause damage to the gearbox. Mercedes recommends changing the oil at between 30,000 and 40,000 miles depending on the model.

After a ATF change you should notice:

  • Smoother gear change
  • Reduced transmission noise
  • Easier gear selection
  • Reduced transmission vibrations
  • Faster shift up during acceleration

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