MERCEDES C270 2.7D 2003 AUTO 140k
Automatic transmission stuck in one gear and will not change into any other gears, fault code
stored for a speed sensor fault and quoted £2,000 by local Mercedes dealer to repair.
The fault was cured by removing the sump from the automatic transmission, draining and replacing the transmission fluid and adding Automatic Transmission Treatment. The customer returned 3
weeks later to say the fault was cured and the auto box had never changed so well since owning
Thanks to Nigel at Chadwick Bank Garage in Stourport, Worcestershire.
Forté's Technical Helpline receives over 300 calls per month. This blog shares solutions for garage workshops on common driveability concerns that can be quickly and effectively treated. The vast majority of those identified are caused by fuel and oil borne contamination formed by natural degradation or via the combustion process. This is a fact of life for internal combustion engines where fossil fuels and oils are used.
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Problem with a MERCEDES C270 2.7D 2003 AUTO
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