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Old 08-08-2002, 01:30 PM
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transmission problems 300sl

I just had my transmission serviced. Fluid level is fine. No bad odor to fluid. Sometimes it screeches when it shifts gears. Sometimes it doesnt. A master technician ( thank you!!)suggested changing the screen and/or fluid but I just did a month ago. Any other possibilities or should I service the transmission again???
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Old 08-09-2002, 08:37 AM
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Does it shift ok? If so, make sure the insulation on the tunnel is not laying on the flex disc.


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The filter(aftermarket) can be plugged even when new. DID you have the same noise BEFORE you had the trans serviced a month ago?? Have seen several transmissions fail due to this.

Also IF the trans cooler(radiator) allows coolant(antifreeze) into the transmission you will get unusual noises & the trans will quit after a while.
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