The driver, William complained of noticing oil patch under the car when parked for a period of time. Our Mercedes Specialist went into action to trace the source of the oil leak.
The car is lifted for undercarriage inspection.
The oil pan is dripping with leaked oil whilst we trace to the source of the leakage.
The undercarriage wasn’t a pretty sight with more traces of oil. Our eagle-eyed specialists spotted the leak coming from the flywheel and torque converter oil seals.
Replacing the oil seals calls for a professional job in dismantling the gearbox from the car body.
The transmission oil is leaking from the torque convertor oil seal.
The flywheel oil seals location.
The New ORIGINAL flywheel oil seal (Right) is ready to replace the worn seal (left).
With the gearbox already dismantled, it makes prudent sense to also replace the worn gearbox mountings, saving the cost of future replacement.
This is how the Mercedes Benz C180 Mechatronic looks like if you are intrigued.
We only specify Original Mercedes Benz auto transmission fluid for replacement.
William was exhilarated to have his head-turning Mercedes Benz professionally repaired. His distress is finally over with no more oil leak.