Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Where the transmition fluid on a Mercedes Benz c 280 goes?

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2011-07-29 22:31:30
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Use a funnel and pour it down the dip stick tube ,..slowly . 5.5 litres and check .Fill as required .

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