Maintenance Booklet 2008 Passenger Cars

Maintenance Booklet 2008 Passenger Cars
E-Class AMG and Diesel models
PLEASE NOTE
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU
HAVE YOUR VEHICLE SERVICED BY
YOUR AUTHORIZED MERCEDES-BENZ
CENTER WHO IS FULLY EQUIPPED
TO PROVIDE THIS SERVICE AND THAT
GENUINE MERCEDES-BENZ PARTS BE
USED.
SERVICE, REPLACEMENT, OR REPAIR OF
THE EMISSION CONTROL DEVICES AND
SYSTEMS CAN BE PERFORMED BY ANY
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR ESTABLISHMENT
OR INDIVIDUAL USING CERTIFIED
PARTS.
THE USE OF DEFECTIVE OR NON-EQUIVALENT PARTS MAY RESULT IN YOUR
EMISSION PERFORMANCE
WARRANTY CLAIM BEING DENIED.
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Maintenance Booklet
Protecting the environment
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Natural resources form the basis of our existence on this planet. The objectives of our
policy are for these resources to be used
sparingly and in a manner which takes the
requirements of both nature and humanity
into account.
Our declared policy is integrated environmental protection. This policy starts at the
root causes and encompasses in its management decisions all the consequences
for the environment which could arise from
production processes or the products
themselves.
You too can help to protect the environment by operating your Mercedes-Benz in
an environmentally responsible manner.
Operating conditions and your individual
driving style to a large extent influence fuel
consumption and the rate of engine, brake,
and tire wear. To reduce fuel consumption
and the rate of wear, please consider the
following:
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• Avoid short trips.
• Make sure that the tire pressures are always correct.
• Avoid frequent, abrupt acceleration.
• Do not carry any unnecessary weight.
• Remove ski holders and roof racks once
you no longer need them.
• Do not warm up the engine with the car
stationary.
• Shift gears such that each gear is used
only up to 2/3 of its maximum engine
speed.
• Keep an eye on the vehicle's fuel consumption.
A regularly serviced vehicle will also help
protect the environment. You should adhere to the maintenance intervals displayed by the Maintenance System service
indicator, along with other maintenance
work described in this booklet.
We recommend that you have maintenance
services performed by an authorized
Mercedes-Benz Center using Genuine
Mercedes-Benz parts.
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Contents
Introduction
Mercedes-Benz Maintenance System. 4
Regular checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Notes on the warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Parts / Operating materials . . . . . . 10
Service records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Emission system maintenance
Gasoline Engines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Emission Control System Caution Gasoline Engines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Emission Control System Caution Diesel Engines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Maintenance descriptions
Maintenance overview E-Class . . . .
First visit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tire rotations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance services 1-20. . . . . . .
Recommended high-mileage
checks at 150,000 miles. . . . . . . . .
Emission System Maintenance
Jobs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Confirmations
First visit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Tire rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Maintenance services. . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Maintenance Booklet
Introduction
We want you to enjoy your MercedesBenz automobile. Vehicle safety and operational reliability are two very important factors and to maintain them,
regular maintenance services are necessary.
We continuously strive to improve our
product and ask for your understanding
that we reserve the right to make changes in the periodic maintenance work
which is required for our vehicles. The information in this manual is accurate as of
the editorial date. At the time of your
scheduled maintenance appointments
with your authorized Mercedes-Benz
Center, the most current maintenance
work information will be utilized for your
vehicle’s age or mileage. Please check
with your authorized Mercedes-Benz
Center for any changes to the periodic
maintenance work required for your vehicle.
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Your Mercedes-Benz comes equipped
with the Mercedes-Benz Maintenance
System. The Maintenance system tracks
distance driven and the time elapsed
since your last service. In addition, it calculates service items that need to be performed and other required maintenance
work. The next necessary maintenance
service is indicated in the multifunction
display in the instrument cluster.
The maintenance services will be indicated by showing a service type A through
type H in the multifunction display. Types
A through H are classified based on the
estimated time needed to perform the
maintenance service, ranging from up to
approximately one hour (type A) to up to
approximately eight hours (type H).
When scheduling a maintenance appointment with your authorized MercedesBenz Center, always indicate the service
type that appears in the multifunction
display. This will help the Mercedes-Benz
Center to schedule your vehicle maintenance in the most efficient manner.
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Introduction
A descriptive listing of the service items
1-20 are contained in this booklet,
starting on page 54. Following each
maintenance service, your MercedesBenz Center will reset the Maintenance
System service indicator by confirming
the service items performed.
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If the Maintenance System maintenance service counter was inadvertently reset, have a Mercedes-Benz
Center correct it. Please only reset if
the proper maintenance service has
been performed. Resetting the system without performing the proper
maintenance service will result in
engine and/or other vehicle damage
not covered by the Mercedes-Benz
Limited Warranty.
Tire rotation - Your vehicle’s tires are a
critical component to overall vehicle
performance and vehicle stability. The
useful life of tires will vary and is
proportional to tire type, speed rating,
ambient conditions, tire loading, tire
inflation pressure, road surfaces, and
individual driving style, among other
factors. Therefore, Mercedes-Benz
recommends regular checks for wear and
proper inflation and, if applicable to your
vehicle’s tire configuration, tire rotation.
Tire rotations can be performed on
vehicles with the same tire dimensions all
around. If your vehicle is equipped with
the same tire dimensions all around, tires
can be rotated by observing a front-torear rotation pattern that will maintain
the intended rotation (spinning) direction
of the tire (on unidirectional tires, an
arrow on the sidewall indicates the
intended rotation or spinning direction of
the tire). In some cases, such as when
your vehicle is configured with staggeredsize (different tire sizes, front vs. rear),
tire rotations are not possible.
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Introduction
If your vehicle’s tire configuration allows
for tire rotation, tire rotation should be
performed in accordance with the tire
manufacturer’s recommended intervals,
or sooner at first signs of irregular
(uneven) tread wear. Tire manufacturer’s
rotation recommendations will
necessitate a tire rotation at least once in
between maintenance services and at
every maintenance service based on
Mercedes-Benz maintenance intervals.
The first tire rotation, so long as it occurs
before 6,500 miles (vehicle odometer),
will be provided at no charge by an
authorized Mercedes-Benz Center
courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.
Should a tire rotation not be possible for
your vehicle’s tire configuration, an
authorized Mercedes-Benz Center will
check your tires for proper tire inflation
pressure and perform a tread inspection,
also at no charge courtesy of MercedesBenz, so long as this occurs before 6,500
miles (vehicle odometer).
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For your convenience, this Maintenance
Booklet contains a tire rotation
confirmation page on which you can
record the date and mileage when tire
rotations were performed.
Severe operating conditions - The
maintenance intervals have been
determined so that the vehicle, under
normal operating conditions, should
operate properly between maintenance
services. Severe operating conditions
may call for correspondingly sooner
replacement of the following items:
INTERIOR FILTERS (e.g. dust filter,
recirculating air filter, activated charcoal
filter or combination filter) are replaced
as called for by the Maintenance System.
Under severe dust conditions, or with the
Climate Control frequently operating in
the air recirculation mode, the filters
should be replaced correspondingly
sooner and changed more frequently
than as called for by the Maintenance
System.
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Introduction
SPARK PLUGS. The Maintenance System
calls for spark plug replacement every
60,000 miles or 5 years, whichever
comes first. Severe operating conditions
(frequent starting and stopping,
excessive idling, sustained fast highway
driving) may call for spark plugs to be
replaced correspondingly sooner.
COOLANT. Have the coolant (water/anticorrosion/antifreeze mixture) replaced
every 150,000 miles or 15 years, see
page 56. Replacement of coolant may be
required more frequently if coolant is not
maintained according to instructions
and/or other than approved anticorrosion/antifreeze products for your vehicle
are being used. For instructions on coolant, see “Coolants” in your vehicle Operator’s Manual. For a listing of approved
anticorrosion/antifreeze products for
your vehicle, refer to the Factory Approved Service Products pamphlet, or
contact an authorized Mercedes-Benz
Center.
Wear items - While the Maintenance
System calls for inspection of certain
wear items, the system does not make
any judgment on the condition of these
wear items. Only a qualified technician
can determine if a wear item needs to be
replaced.
Engine oils and oil filters are
specifically tested for their suitability in
our engines and durability for our service
intervals. Therefore, only use approved
engine oils and oil filters required for
vehicles with Maintenance System. For a
listing of approved engine oils and oil
filters, refer to the Factory Approved
Service products pamphlet, or contact an
authorized Mercedes-Benz Center.
Using engine oils and oil filters of
specification other than those expressly
required for the Maintenance System or
changing of oil and oil filter at change
intervals longer than those called for by
the Maintenance System will result in
engine damage not covered by the
Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.
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Introduction
Regular checks
In addition to the services, we recommend that you check the following items
regularly (for example: weekly, when refueling, or before any long journey):
• Engine oil level - Depending on how
your vehicle is equipped, check the engine oil level using the oil level dipstick
or the control system via the multifunction steering wheel/display. Further
information about engine oil level
measurement can be found in the vehicle Operator’s Manual.
• Coolant level - Please refer to the Operator’s Manual for the correct procedure to check the coolant level.
• Brake fluid level - If brake fluid has to
be added, see an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center to determine the
cause, e.g. leaks or worn brake pads.
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• Windshield washing system - If the
washer fluid level drops below 1/3, the
windshield washer fluid level warning
lamp will illuminate. Add washer fluid
mixed with Mercedes-Benz windshield
washer solvent/concentrate, test
function and check wiper blades.
• Check lights
• Tire condition and pressures –
Check at least every other week.
Please refer to section “Tires and
wheels” in the Operator’s Manual for
guidelines and correct procedures to
check tire condition and pressures.
Please refer to the Factory Approved
Service Products booklet or see your
Mercedes-Benz Center for more information on selecting the proper fluids, lubricants, filters and oils for your vehicle.
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Notes on the warranty
An extensive and well-equipped network
of Mercedes-Benz Centers is at your disposal for service work. Your authorized
Mercedes-Benz Center can ensure that
your vehicle is professionally and thoroughly serviced and repaired.
Please see the Service and Warranty
Information booklet for detailed
information on warranty terms and
coverage.
Please follow the instructions given in
this Maintenance Booklet, even if you
entrust the vehicle to a third party for
use or care. Only in this way will you
be able to ensure that your warranty
rights are not affected.
We strongly recommend that you
have your vehicle serviced by your
authorized Mercedes-Benz Center
which is fully equipped to provide this
service.
Please note that engines have to be
serviced in accordance with special
instructions and using special measuring
equipment to comply with legal
requirements concerning exhaust
emissions. Modifications to or tampering
with emissions components is not
permissible. Your authorized MercedesBenz Center is familiar with the relevant
regulations.
Service, replacement, or repair of the
emission control devices and systems
can be performed by any automotive
repair establishment or individual using certified parts.
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Introduction
Parts / Operating materials
Service records
We recommend only the use of Genuine
Mercedes-Benz parts for service and repairs, since they meet our specifications.
It is also important to only use fuels, lubricants, filters and anticorrosion/antifreeze coolant meeting factory
specifications. Please refer to the Factory
Approved Service Products booklet or
see your Mercedes-Benz Center for more
information on this subject.
Your authorized Mercedes-Benz Center
will certify in the Maintenance Booklet
the maintenance services on your vehicle
which it has performed.
Other than the maintenance services described, the Maintenance Booklet does
not record or reflect any repair work that
may have been performed to your vehicle. Please keep those receipts with your
vehicle records.
For information concerning warranty, see
your Service and Warranty Information
booklet.
Your authorized Mercedes-Benz Center
will gladly furnish additional information
on the maintenance of your vehicle.
We extend our best wishes for many
miles of safe, pleasurable driving.
Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC
A DaimlerChrysler Company
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Emission System Maintenance
Gasoline Engines
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and, in California, the Air Resources
Board have certified that the emission
control systems of your vehicle comply
with the applicable exhaust emission
standards for model year 2008 vehicles.
This vehicle also complies with the applicable Canadian Motor Vehicle Emission
Standards.
To be certain that the emission control
systems function as designed, regular
maintenance is necessary for components of the vehicle which affect exhaust
and evaporation emissions composition.
The vehicle owner is responsible for the
regular maintenance of the emission control system, as well as the use of premium unleaded gasoline with an anti-knock
index of at least 91 (displayed on the
pump) in all gasoline engine models unless otherwise specified.
Failure to properly maintain the emission
system may result in repairs not being
covered by the emission system warranties.
Explanations of each maintenance job
are given in numerical order on page 64.
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Emission System Maintenance
Emission Control System Caution Gasoline Engines
Your Mercedes-Benz vehicle is equipped
with both a three-way catalyst and a
closed loop oxygen sensor system to
comply with current exhaust emission
regulations. Keep your vehicle in proper
operating condition by following our recommended maintenance instructions as
outlined.
The following must be adhered to:
a) In all gasoline engine models, use
only premium unleaded gasoline with
an anti-knock index of at least 91 (as
displayed on the pump) unless otherwise specified. Damage to the engine
could occur if premium unleaded fuel is
not used. Refer to the Operator’s Manual
for special precautions.
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b) Leaded gasoline should not be used
under any circumstances. Damage
to the emission control components
will result.
c) The specified engine maintenance
jobs have to be performed completely and at the required intervals. Correct ignition timing and
properly functioning spark plugs for instance are important for the service
life of the catalysts. Failure to properly
perform the specified maintenance
jobs may adversely affect the emission control system on the vehicle and
reduce its service life.
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Emission System Maintenance
d) The operation of the emission control system must not be altered in
any way. Alterations are not permissible by law. In addition, alterations may
result in damage to the catalysts, increased fuel consumption, and impaired engine running conditions.
If the “CHECK ENGINE” indicator lamp in
the instrument cluster illuminates when
the engine is running, it indicates a possible malfunction of the engine management system or emission control system.
We recommend that you have the malfunction checked as soon as possible.
e) Irregular engine running conditions
should be corrected immediately by
an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Such irregular running conditions
can influence the proper function of the
emission control system.
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Emission System Maintenance
Emission Control System Caution Diesel Engines
Your Mercedes-Benz is equipped with
emission control devices to comply with
current diesel exhaust emission regulations where the vehicle is certified for
sale. Keep your vehicle in proper operating condition by following our recommended maintenance instructions as
outlined.
The following must be adhered to:
a) Diesel engines require S15 Ultra Low
Sulfur Diesel fuel (15 ppm Sulfur maximum). Failure to use Ultra Low Sulfur
Diesel fuel can severely damage the
vehicle’s exhaust after-treatment device. Please refer to the Factory Approved Service Products brochure for
a sample of diesel fuel pump labeling.
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b) Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC approves
the use of B5 biodiesel (standard diesel with a maximum of up to 5% biodiesel content) in all Common Rail
Injection Diesel "CDI-engines." Diesel
fuels containing a higher percentage
of biodiesel content will cause damage
to your engine and are not approved.
As biodiesel can be refined from a variety
of raw materials resulting in widely varying properties, the only approved biodiesel content is one that meets ASTM
D6751 specification. It must also have
the necessary oxidation stability (min. 6h,
proved with EN14112 method ) to prevent damage to the system from deposits
and/or corrosion.
Please ask your service station for further
information. If the B5 biodiesel blend is
not sufficiently labeled to clearly indicate
that it meets the above standards, please
do not use it. The Mercedes-Benz limited
warranty does not cover damage caused
by the use of fuels not meeting Mercedes-Benz approved fuel standards.
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Emission System Maintenance
c) The specified engine maintenance
jobs have to be performed completely and at the required intervals.
d) The operation of the emission control system must not be altered in
any way. Alterations are not permissible by law. In addition, alterations may
result in damage to the catalysts, increased fuel consumption, and impaired engine running conditions.
If the “CHECK ENGINE” indicator lamp in
the instrument cluster illuminates when
the engine is running, it indicates a possible malfunction of the engine management system or emission control system.
We recommend that you have the malfunction checked as soon as possible.
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Notes
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Confirmations
First visit: 1,000 - 3,000 miles
First visit
provided at
no charge*
Date: ___________________________
*This first visit for a basic vehicle diagnostic test at an authorized MercedesBenz Center is provided at no charge.
Please refer to the Service and Warranty
Information Booklet for full details.
Odometer: ___________________
Rubber stamp
Performed
Yes/No
Diagnostic test
† {
Q+A on vehicle
† {
First visit:
1,000 miles 3,000 miles
Signature
Appointment Month/year
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Confirmations
Tire rotation
If applicable to your vehicle’s tire configuration (see page 5), tire rotation should be performed in
accordance with the tire manufacturer’s recommended intervals, or sooner at first signs of irregular
(uneven) tread wear. Tire manufacturer’s rotation recommendations will necessitate a tire rotation at
least once in between maintenance services and at every maintenance service based on Mercedes-Benz
maintenance intervals.
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Tire rotations should be performed in accordance with the tire manufacturer’s recommendations in the
Tire Warranty Pamphlet included in your vehicle literature portfolio. However, tires should be rotated at
the first sign of irregular tread wear, even if it occurs before the recommended rotation intervals, and
should be checked regularly for wear and proper inflation. Please note that the useful life of tires will
vary depending on tire type, speed rating, road surfaces, and individual driving style.
The first tire rotation occurring at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center at any time up to 6,500 miles
(vehicle odometer) is provided at no charge.
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First tire
rotation
provided at
no charge*
*This first tire rotation at an authorized
Mercedes-Benz Center at any time up to
6,500 miles (vehicle odometer) is provided at no charge. Please refer to the Service and Warranty Information Booklet for
full details.
Reminder:
Tire rotation
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Tire rotation
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Confirmations
Maintenance: 10,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
First
Maintenance
due
10,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 20,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
20,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 30,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
30,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 40,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
40,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 50,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
50,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 60,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
60,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 70,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
70,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 80,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
80,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 90,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
90,000 miles
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
or
Month/year
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Maintenance: 100,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
100,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 110,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
110,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Confirmations
Maintenance: 120,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
120,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance: 130,000 miles
Services 12, 13 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
130,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Confirmations
Maintenance: 140,000 miles
Services 12, 14 and other applicable services
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
140,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Confirmations
Maintenance: 150,000 miles
Services 12, 13, other applicable services and
recommended high-mileage checks
For scope of work, refer to maintenance overview and description of maintenance services starting on page 51.
Date: ____________________________________
Maintenance service completed:
Odometer: ________________________________
Oil Brand / viscosity: _______________________
Rubber stamp
Next
Maintenance
due
150,000 miles
or
Repair order no. (if applicable) _________________
Signature
Month/year
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Maintenance service descriptions
Required Vehicle Maintenance Service Work
(including Emission System Maintenance)
Notes:
For an overview of maintenance services and intervals, see page 52.
Maintenance services must be performed at the number of miles or years (whichever comes first) as indicated,
except where no time interval available or otherwise noted.
If your vehicle exceeds the mileage shown in the maintenance service overview, continue to maintain the vehicle by having performed
the maintenance services at the time or mileage intervals (whichever comes first) as indicated starting on page 54.
Detailed descriptions for each maintenance service can be found starting on page 54.
For description of emission system maintenance jobs, see page 64.
The four digit-numbers listed next to the maintenance services
are reference numbers of the detailed maintenance job descriptions
listed in the Mercedes-Benz maintenance information used by Mercedes-Benz technicians.
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Maintenance service overview E-Class AMG and Diesel models (211)
Miles
1,000 - 3,000
10,000
20,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
70,000
Time (Years)
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
First visit (컄 page 54)
Tire rotation (컄 page 54)
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If applicable to your vehicle’s tire configuration (see page 5), tire rotations should be performed in accordance with the tire manufacturer’s recommended intervals, or sooner at first signs of irregular (uneven) treadwear. Tire manufacturer’s rotation recommendations will necessitate a
tire rotation at least once in between maintenance services and at every maintenance service based on Mercedes-Benz maintenance intervals.
Service 1 (컄 page 54)
•
Service 2 (컄 page 54)
•
Service 3 (컄 page 55)
•3
2
Service 4 (컄 page 55)
Service 5 Gasoline engine (컄 page 55)
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Service 5 Diesel engine (컄 page 55)
•
•
Service 6 (컄 page 55)
•4
Service 7 (컄 page 55)
Service 8 (컄 page 56)
•1
Service 9 (컄 page 56)
•1
•1
Service 10 (컄 page 56)
Service 11 (컄 page 56)
Service 12 (컄 page 56)
Service 13 (컄 page 57)
Service 14 (컄 page 59)
Service 20 (컄 page 61)
•1
•
•
•
•
•1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•9
High-mileage checks (컄 page 62)
1
52
9
not mileage dependent; only time interval applies 2 at 30,000 miles or 2 years 3 at 60,000 miles or 4 years 4 at 60,000 miles or 5 years
not time dependent; only mileage interval applies
•1
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•
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Maintenance service overview E-Class AMG and Diesel models (211)
Miles
80,000
90,000
100,000
110,000
120,000
130,000
140,000
150,000
Time (Years)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
First visit
Tire rotation
If applicable to your vehicle’s tire configuration (see page 5), tire rotations should be performed in accordance with the tire manufacturer’s recommended intervals, or sooner at first signs of irregular (uneven) treadwear. Tire manufacturer’s rotation recommendations will necessitate a
tire rotation at least once in between maintenance services and at every maintenance service based on Mercedes-Benz maintenance intervals.
Service 1
Service 2
•
•
Service 3
•
•6
5
•8
Service 4
•
Service 5 Gasoline engines
Service 5 Diesel engine
•
•
•
•
Service 6
•7
Service 7
•
Service 8
Service 9
•
•
•1
1
Service 10
Service 11
Service 12
•
Service 13
Service 14
•
•
1
•1
•
•
•
•
•
1
•
•
•1
•
•
1
•
•
•
•1
•1
•
•
•
Service 20
High-mileage checks
1
9
not mileage dependent; only time-interval applies 5 at 90,000 miles or 6 years 6 at 120,000 miles or 8 years 7 at 120,000 miles or 10 years 8 at 150,000 miles or 10 years
not time dependent; only mileage interval applies
•9
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Maintenance service descriptions
First visit at 1,000 - 3,000 miles
Diagnostic test and Q+A on vehicle
This first visit for a basic vehicle diagnostic test at your authorized Mercedes-Benz Center is provided at no charge.
00-5500
Tire rotation
If applicable to your vehicle’s tire configuration (컄 page 5), tire rotation should be performed in accordance with the
tire manufacturer’s recommended intervals, or sooner at first signs of irregular (uneven) tread wear. Tire manufacturer’s rotation recommendations will necessitate a tire rotation at least once in between maintenance services and
at every maintenance service based on Mercedes-Benz maintenance intervals.
The first tire rotation (컄 page 19) occurring at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center at any time up to 6,500 miles (vehicle odometer) is provided at no charge.
US Service 1
Not applicable
US Service 2 at every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Engine compartment
Replace engine air-cleaner insert
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Maintenance service descriptions
US Service 3 at every 30,000 miles or 2 years
Engine compartment
Replace combination filter
8384
US Service 4
Not applicable
US Service 5 Gasoline engines (Engine 156): at every 150,000 miles or 15 years
Passenger compartment
Replace fuel filter
0780
US Service 5 Diesel engine (Engine 642): at every 20,000 miles or 2 years
Engine compartment
Replace fuel filter
0780
US Service 6
Not applicable
US Service 7 Gasoline engines (Engine 156): at every 60,000 miles or 5 years
Engine compartment
Replace spark plugs
1580
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US Service 8 at every 150,000 miles or 15 years
Engine compartment
Replace coolant
2080
US Service 9 at every 2 years
Check body for paint damage
9850
Engine compartment
Replace brake fluid
4280
Underside of vehicle
Chassis and load-bearing body components: Check for damage and corrosion
0090
US Service 10 at every 5 years
Passenger compartment
Tilt/sliding roof: Clean slide rails and slide shoes
7731
US Service 11 at every 3 years
Passenger compartment
Panorama sliding roof: Clean and lubricate guide mechanism
7732
US Service 12 at every 10,000 miles or 1 year
Engine compartment
Engine - oil and filter change
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Maintenance service descriptions
US Service 13 - first at 10,000 miles or 1 year; after first every 20,000 miles or 2 years
Engine compartment
Check catch, safety catch and hinges on engine hood for proper operation
8851
Check the following fluid levels, correct if necessary.
If there is a loss of fluid, determine cause and perform repair with separate work order
Brake system
4210
Power steering
4611
Windshield washer system (incl. summer/winter cleanser)
8210
Interior
Reset maintenance service indicator in instrument cluster
0042
Function check
Horn, warning and indicator lamps, illumination and interior lighting
5452
Windshield wipers, windshield washer system, headlamp cleaning system, where applicable: rear window wiper, rear
window washer system
8252
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US Service 13 (continued)
Wheels, brakes
Inspect tires for damage and splits, measure tread depth and record in mm
4051
Check thickness of brake pads, front and rear
4253
Correct tire inflation pressure
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Trunk
Check battery condition using “Midtronics MCR 717” tester
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Battery, check and correct fluid level
5410
Check TIREFIT sealant expiration date (wagons with third row seat only)
4054
Check trunk lighting
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Vehicle front/rear
Check wiper blade condition
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8253
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Maintenance service descriptions
US Service 14 - first at 20,000 miles or 2 years; after first every 20,000 miles or 2 years
Engine compartment
Leakage - Major components
Check for chafe marks, line routing, damaged components
In the event of leakage, determine cause and perform repair via separate work order
0053
Check condition of poly-V-belt
1351
Check catch and safety catch and hinges on engine hood for proper operation
8851
Drain fuel filter (Engine 642)
0794
Check the following fluid levels, correct if necessary.
If there is a loss of fluid, determine cause and perform repair with separate work order
Brake system
4210
Power steering
4611
Windshield washer system (incl. summer/winter cleanser)
8210
Wheels, brakes
Inspect tires for damage and splits, measure tread depth and record in mm
4051
Check thickness of brake pads, front and rear
4253
Correct tire inflation pressure
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US Service 14 (continued)
Interior
Reset maintenance service indicator in instrument cluster
0042
Function check
Check parking brake (function test only)
4290
Horn, warning and indicator lamps, illumination and interior lighting
5452
Windshield wipers, windshield washer system, headlamp cleaning system, where applicable: rear window wiper, rear
window washer system
8252
Check seat belts and buckles for signs of external damage and proper function
9150
Underside of vehicle
Leakage - Major components
Check for chafe marks, line routing, damaged components
In the event of leakage, determine cause and perform repair via separate work order
0053
Check front axle ball joints for play, check rubber boots
3353
Inspect condition of driveshaft flexible discs
4152
Inspect play of tie rod and drag link joints, inspect rubber boots
4653
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Maintenance service descriptions
US Service 14 (continued)
Trunk
Check battery condition using “Midtronics MCR 717” tester
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Battery, check and correct fluid level
5410
Check TIREFIT sealant expiration date (wagons with third row seat only)
4054
Check trunk lighting
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Vehicle front/rear
Check wiper blade condition
8253
Check, correct headlamp setting
8260
US Service 15-19
Not applicable
US Service 20 once at 40,000 miles
Underside of vehicle
Automatic transmission - oil and filter change
2702
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Maintenance service descriptions
Recommended additional maintenance checks for high-mileage vehicles at 150,000 miles
Check if all fluid levels and changes are updated
Transmission
----
Rear axle
----
Check if air, fuel, ventilation filters are updated
Engine air filter
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Fuel filter
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Combination filter
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Maintenance service descriptions
Recommended additional maintenance checks for high-mileage vehicles at 150,000 miles (continued)
Check integrity of engine, mechanical components
Perform compression test (hot and cold)
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Perform leak down test (hot and cold)
----
Check spark plugs
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Exhaust system hangers and leaks
----
Check for damaged/worn drivetrain parts
Front wheel bearing play
----
Rear wheel bearing play
----
Axle joint play
----
Driveshaft flexible discs
----
Tie rod and drag link joints
----
Check for updates performed
Recalls and Service Campaigns
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Description of Emission System Maintenance Jobs
The composition of exhaust emissions is
influenced not only by the special emission
control equipment, but also by various engine components and their adjustments.
Therefore, emission system maintenance
must include these engine components.
Some maintenance jobs are actually only
tests. They are important however, because they allow early detection of discrepancies which can later lead to
increased exhaust emissions. It is generally less expensive to have such items adjusted immediately rather than allowing
them to contribute to costly repairs. The
maintenance intervals have been determined so that the vehicle, under normal
conditions, should operate properly between services.
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0101 Engine oil and filter change
Change the engine oil and oil filter every
10,000 miles. If oil consumption should increase, determine the cause and take necessary corrective steps. Do not reset the
Maintenance System service indicator if
the oil is topped up or changed outside the
interval of 10,000 miles.
0980 Replace air filter element
Under normal dust conditions, replace air
filter element approximately every 40,000
miles or 4 years. Clean air filter cover and
housing prior to removal of air filter element.
0780 Replace fuel filter
Replace the fuel filter approximately every
150,000 miles or 15 years (gasoline engines) or 20,000 miles or 2 years (diesel
engine).
1351 Check engine poly-V-belt condition
The poly-V-belt is subject to wear and aging. It must be checked for cracks and
wear at every service 14. Replace poly-Vbelt if necessary.
1580 Replace spark plugs
Spark plugs are subject to electrode erosion and must be replaced every 60,000
miles or 5 years, or more frequently as may
be required when subject to severe operating conditions.
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