how many quarts oil and weight does E350 take 2010 model
going to service my Sons E350 Mercedes..Dealers wants Arm and a Leg for Simple LOF and air filter ...need the Specs for Service... retired tech on Chrys. and GM cars...
8 Quarts my friend, Dealerships usually use Mercedes recommended Mobil 1 full synthetic 0W - 30, 0W - 40, or 5W - 30 depending on the expected climate during the life of the oil change. Dealership also will suck out the old oil from topside, they don't do the drain and re-fill as it takes too much time to remove the shields/ splash guards under the engine assembly. You may want to look at the underside to determine if you want to drop the shields/guards and do the drain. If you go that route its the same as more conventional vehicles from there. Mercedes uses 8 quarts synthetic which allows for that 10,000 change interval. Hope this was helpful, Dave
Only go to the dealer if you want to pay twice what it should cost. Use full synthetic (Mobil or other brand is OK). You should be able to get a full synthetic oil change for about $90. - maybe a little less, depending where you take it.
2011 E350 Wagon 4matic with suction I could only get 1/3 out so I tried the drain nut which was really easy. It takes less 3 minutes to remove the splush guard to get to the drain nut. So would always recommend drain nut.
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