I have done plenty of brake bleeds in several type of "older" cars (Porsche 911, 968, MB W124, etc.) with no problems or hassles. Changed my discs and pads on the four corners on my C240T and did the classic 2 man bleed method to flush the old fluid and get the new stuff in all the four corners. Some air came out of the front calipers. Tried three separate times but never managed to get a decent hard feeling pedal, despite using nearly 1lt of brake fluid. I finally gave up and drove down to my trusty mechanic who uses the pressure bleed method. He told me there was still air in the system. Can someone tell me if W202's have to be bled the pressure method only?? What did I do wrong? Perhaps I'll have to do some small investments in the future for a pressure bleed tool.