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Old 02-09-2019, 12:11 PM
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2016 e350 maintenance schedule

hi guys ! Iím looking to take over a 16 e wagon, but Iím having trouble accessing the maintenance schedule normally on the MBusa website.

Im interested in finding out what the 40k service is so I can get it performed before I take over the lease.

I know on my gl the 40k service consisted of transmission flush brake fluid flush and cabin and air filters.

I have accessed it in the past for other cars but now it seems to have disappeared. I think Mercedes May have taken it down to steer more people to the dealer.

Would anyone have a copy of the maintenance schedule they can share?

Thanks!
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Looks like plugs are due at 5y/50k and ATF is 6y/60k

https://www.mbusa.com/vcm/MB/Digital...L_SLK_G_MM.pdf
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Correct plugs 5 years/50, 000 miles (whichever comes first), ATF 6/60,000 see attachment.
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Correct plugs 5 years/50, 000 miles (whichever comes first), ATF 6/60,000 see attachment.
Hi Konigstiger, do you own the w212? I have a few questions for you:
My cousin just a bought the 2016 e350 RWD. We have difficult time figure out the maintenance schedule for this car
1. Is it true that spark plugs are to replace every 50k miles? If I replace the OEM spark plugs with iridium tip plug, can I do the plug every 100k miles?? On my W211, the plugs dont have to be replace until 80-100k miles. The 272 and 273 engine is not that different, why have to change so early??
2. According to the chart you posted, the tranny oil change schedule is 60K, is it correct?
3. The rear differential fluid change is at 30k, 60K miles. is it correct??
Thanks
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Be sure to print it out. You never know when they might be taken down.

https://www.mercedesbenzraleigh.com/...intervals.html
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I have a few questions for you:
Spark plugs every 50,000 miles/5 years (see attachment), ATF/filter every 60,000/6 years, differential not applicable to your vehicle MB lifetime however, I suggest replacing along with ATF/filter every 60,000/6 years.
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Originally Posted by nguyenphananh View Post
Hi Konigstiger, do you own the w212? I have a few questions for you:
My cousin just a bought the 2016 e350 RWD. We have difficult time figure out the maintenance schedule for this car
1. Is it true that spark plugs are to replace every 50k miles? If I replace the OEM spark plugs with iridium tip plug, can I do the plug every 100k miles?? On my W211, the plugs dont have to be replace until 80-100k miles. The 272 and 273 engine is not that different, why have to change so early??
2. According to the chart you posted, the tranny oil change schedule is 60K, is it correct?
3. The rear differential fluid change is at 30k, 60K miles. is it correct??
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The difference is that the M276 uses a multi spark ignition system where the spark plugs fire up to four times per cycle. You didn't have that in the old engine. Newer models may do it even more. I'd change the spark plugs at 50k.

You can get the transmission fluid from a Shell distributor. Usually cheaper than MB or the store. About $65 or so for a case of 12 quarts. Shell's site just lists one distributor but each distributor may have multiple locations.

https://www.shell.us/business-custom...r-locator.html
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Originally Posted by konigstiger View Post
Spark plugs every 50,000 miles/5 years (see attachment), ATF/filter every 60,000/6 years, differential not applicable to your vehicle MB lifetime however, I suggest replacing along with ATF/filter every 60,000/6 years.
Thank you Konigstiger. I just reviewed the spark plug attachment .... it kinda scar me!! On all the cars I worked on before, to replace spark plugw was straight forward. Also I always used iridium tip plugs (Denso or NGK, 100k miles interval). According to the attachment, none OEM plugs may cause engine damage if it face the wrong direction, wrong heat range...etc.... Is it really true?? is it that critical important?? or can I still use the ngk iridium??!!
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Just stick with the factory plugs. They're only designed to go in one way so they're properly indexed. Also you don't want plugs that last 100k, if you don't change the plugs for 10 years, it may get sized and be difficult to remove after that time period. Plus with the multispark system, they're firing way more often than plugs in the older engine. Stick with 50k.

https://www.autoblog.com/2010/05/07/...i-spark-v6-an/

https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-car...ech-explained/
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