Dealer will have to. No stick. Supose to have a lifetime "sealed" system. If something does happen, dealer has a special pump /with fitting that suck the fluid out. They replace exzactly to spec's. Personally, owning a 1998 E class I don't think much of this system. You can get the dealer to do a fluid exchange around $230.00. I had it done when my car reached 100,000. Answer 2: I was a Mercedes mechanic. I bought a dipstick from the dealer. I service my transmission every 30,000 miles, changing the oil & filter and draining the torque converter. After draining the oil, the pan can be dropped by unbolting it (under the car) so the filter can be replaced- including a new pan gasket. Torque converter is rotated by hand with a big screwdriver so the little drain plug can be removed and replaced. Fluid from the dealer is not cheap but worth it.
You can check the automatic transmission fluid with the transmission fluid dipstick. There will be indicators on the dipstick. The indicators will tell you if the fluid level is full or if you need to add fluid.
You can check the transmission fluid level in your 1998 Chevrolet Corvette with the transmission fluid dipstick. The transmission fluid dipstick will have indicating marks as to the level of the transmission fluid.
The automatic transmission fluid level on a 1982 Mercedes 230TE is checked by allowing the vehicle to reach operating temperature and removing the dipstick. The fluid should reach the hot mark and if not, fluid added as needed.
You can check your 1996 Cadillac Eldorado transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick. The transmission dipstick will have fluid level indicators at the bottom of the dipstick.
To check your transmission fluid, look under the hood of your car and locate the transmission fluid stick. Remove the dipstick and wipe it onto a clean rag. Reinsert the dipstick and then pull it out again. Read where the fluid level is on the stick.
How do you check the transmission fluid level on 1999 jetta GLS?
There is no dip stick in the ML for the transmission box - It has to be done by the Mercedes Dealer who has the required dip stick Hope this helps
Check fluid level in transmission
The G5 has a transmission dipstick. Find it and check the fluid level as normal.
In the transmission. You add fluid the same place you check the fluid level. Buy a transmission funnel to make it easy.In the transmission. You add fluid the same place you check the fluid level. Buy a transmission funnel to make it easy.
Check the transmission fluid level. Check the linkage from the shifter to the transmission housing. If that isn't the culprit, then you'll have to tow it to the shop.