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Old 12-28-2009, 11:27 PM
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722 transmission reference and mb sheet fluids

Hello,

I guess all MB ATs are 722.x models. In the past I've seen the 722.xx numbers for different models (240, 300, different years, ca models, etc) on adsit, but a quick look seems to show that this has changed. Is there a reference for at least w123 cars, but preferably for w210s and others too?

Also, is there a reference for the MB sheet numbers for atfs for these older ATs? Is it all 236.6/7 or what? I have the link to the mb website that tells you something about the fluids, but I don't have the actual reference to what sheet numbers went to what.

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Old 12-29-2009, 12:18 AM
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Hello,

I guess all MB ATs are 722.x models. In the past I've seen the 722.xx numbers for different models (240, 300, different years, ca models, etc) on adsit, but a quick look seems to show that this has changed. Is there a reference for at least w123 cars, but preferably for w210s and others too?

Also, is there a reference for the MB sheet numbers for atfs for these older ATs? Is it all 236.6/7 or what? I have the link to the mb website that tells you something about the fluids, but I don't have the actual reference to what sheet numbers went to what.

Thanks!
You might want to check this out.

http://bevo.mercedes-benz.com/bevolistenmain.php?session_id=&navigation_path=bevolisten&language_id=1

Also see this PDF file. Read pages 8-12 as it'll break down the whole 236.x thing for you.
http://bevo.mercedes-benz.com/downloadf.php?filename=en/Spec_231_0.pdf

Then read page 4 of this document and it'll tell you which 236.x fluids you should use and can be used in your transmission.
http://bevo.mercedes-benz.com/downloadf.php?filename=en/Spec_231_1.pdf
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:30 AM
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H-townbenzboys,
Those links are great !! Thanks for sharing them!!
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Thanks! I had seen the first link, but the other two are a bit more useful.

Can anyone comment on a cross-country vehicle vs a passenger vehicle? It seems that for a passenger vehicle, 236.3 is the only right fluid, whereas for cross-country vehicles, 236.3 or 236.6/7 are usable.

Fastlane sells 236.6/7, as psf. It still isn't clear to me that what is sold is truly correct for ps systems, and it may actually be optimal for older ats used in our diesels.
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Can anyone comment on a cross-country vehicle vs a passenger vehicle? It seems that for a passenger vehicle, 236.3 is the only right fluid, whereas for cross-country vehicles, 236.3 or 236.6/7 are usable.
A cross-country vehicle refers to something like a M-class.
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Old 12-29-2009, 02:29 PM
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Ok, they also explicitly mentioned SUVs. I suppose the 236.3 isn't suitable for xc vehicles because the steering system may be harder on the fluid- perhaps the 236.6 is more robust? None of the links fully flush out the specs...
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