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Old 01-06-2001, 10:08 AM
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My '92 400E operates similarly. I have received consistant advice with respect to fluid level, quality and age.
I must say however, the "whump" in the rear caused bythe B-2 piston problem concerns me. What exactly is "whump" ?
I have noticed in cold temps when I begin my accent up my street that I get a fairly significant "thud or clunk" from the rear...Is that it ? What about the seal repair that helps minimize the slow shift responses? Are these items that should be handled at one service since I assume both require the tranny to be removed?

'87 300E
'92 400E
'06 ML350
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