how many quarts oil and weight does E350 take 2010 model

Asked by Nov 17, 2014 at 03:05 PM about the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 350 Luxury

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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...

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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

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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.

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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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Thanks very much my friend. I do appreciate it.

thanks so much my friend God bless you this is exactly what they did i just want to make sure.Thanks again


My motor is spraying oil out the front of the motor, where could it be coming from

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

How can u own one of these cars and not know of the danger of putting unrecomended oil in it. And if u can't afford it, why did u buy the car ?

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