Question on service schedule for e class

Discussion in 'Parts, Maintenance & Servicing' started by weleasewoger, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. weleasewoger

    weleasewoger New Member

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    I’m looking at an e class 350 cabrio from a non franchised dealer. They show the service history as below. Does this sound right? Would not more checks/replacements be carried out at least during the 33K mile service? Is there a MB service schedule for this model online?

    Thanks.



    01-03-2015 PDI Mercedes-Benz UK


    02-03-2016 Engine Oil

    Oil Filter 10,268 miles Mercedes-Benz Anytown


    23-01-2017

    Engine Oil

    Oil Filter

    Brake Fluid

    AdBlue Refilled

    19,138 miles Mercedes-Benz (same main dealer)


    19-01-2018 Engine Oil

    Oil Filter 33,319 miles Mercedes-Benz (same main dealer)
     
  2. AMGeed

    AMGeed MB Club Veteran

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    The cars have been on fixed servicing intervals for years now - 12mths or 15,500 miles.

    You could be due an ATF change soon depending on which gearbox you have.
    You can check what is due on this site.
    Mercedes-Benz ESS
     
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  3. markjay

    markjay MB Club Veteran

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    The car's service history looks spot-on.

    The checks are part of the Service Schedule A and Service Schedule B, but are not itemised on the Digital Service Booklet (though you will see reference to Service Schedule A and Service Schedule B).

    As for replacing service items, next year (2019) it will be due an air filter change and possibly also fuel filter change, as well as brake fluid change again. The year after (2020) it will be due an ATF and filter change (if your car is automatic).

    No need to worry about coolant change, it's due every 15 years.

    But as AMGeed said, check ESS Lite and all will be revealed.

    Also, this is a good opportunity to consider this:

    Service Care Selection tool
     
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    weleasewoger

    weleasewoger New Member

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    Thanks folks.
    Roy
     

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