Transmission oil

Asked by May 17, 2016 at 09:24 PM about the 2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 320 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello .....I saw a video in YouTube about
flushing Atf oil in Mercedes benz e series
and i was wondering if i can do the same
job in a Mercedes benz clk 320 2003 but i
have a little problem my radiator has
broken and i already bought a new one but
the Atf oil was mixed with water so i canot
change the hole Atf oil just 5 litlers. So i
found some body in country that have the
machine to do that but i am wondering if
this pressure or water could damage the
transsmision .....or the flushing os
recomended to clen the water ....thanks for
a reply

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I would flush the trans without hooking the cooler lines up to the new radiator, disconnect from the old radiator the flush the lines and trans itself. Flushing involves pushing new trans fluid through the transmission and lines through as it disperses the old. You will use extra fluid doing this. The trans was compromised with the coolant as it effects the clutches, so hope you don't have any future issues Then replace the radiator, hook up the cooling lines to it, and install new fluid. Install new coolant, bleed system and be on your way.

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