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Mercedes Benz Oil Change Service: Pick Up And Drop 24/7

Driving conditions here in South Florida are more severe than in any other part of America. It is important to have your scheduled service, oil change and filter done correctly with the proper Mercedes Benz approved service parts and srvice technicians.

Mercedes Benz engine oil and oil filters are specifically service tested for their service suitability and durability. Therefore, it is essential to only use MB 229.5 or use the higher grade MB229.51 oil.

We Offer Oil Changes for Mecedes, Audi, Mini, Porsche, and VW

If oil consumption should increase, bring the car to German Car Depot and we will determine the cause of the oil issue and make the corrective measures to fix the vehicle with our service.

Fleece Oil Filters for your oil change and Mercedes Benz and its' oil

Required for service of Mercedes vehicles. Paper filters will not filter down to 3.5 microns as needed for high-tech oil systems which use very small oil passageways to control engine oil timing.

Mercedes Benz oil filters are one of the most important parts of your car’s engine. The Mercedes Benz filter can help to protect your engine from dirt, dust, and other debris. The Mercedes Benz oil filter is also responsible for removing contaminants from your engine oil. If your Mercedes Benz filter is not replaced on a regular basis, your engine may not function at its best.

More on Oil and Oil filters in your car

The Mercedes Benz oil filter is among the most important service components in your car. The filter are responsible for trapping dirt and debris while your engine is running, and so the filter will need to be replaced regularly to ensure peak performance and service. When it comes to choosing the right oil filter for your Mercedes Benz, there are a few things to consider. First, the type of oil your car uses is important. Many Mercedes Benz use oil with a high quality synthetic blend, which means that a high-flow oil filter is necessary to keep your engine running smoothly. Second, the size of the Mercedes Benz filter also matters. Mercedes Benzs come in a variety of sizes, so it’s important to choose the right filter for your car. Finally, make sure to get a filter that’s compatible with your car’s engine service. When it comes to replacing your Mercedes Benz oil filter, it’s important to do service regularly to ensure peak performance.

Mercedes Benz Oil Specification

Many different oil weights are used depending upon the type of vehicle. In South Florida, we use mostly 5-40 oil, some high-performance engines use a 0-20 weight oil.

Gasoline engines must only use oil labeled MB 229.5 or use the higher grade MB229.51 oil

Mercedes Benz Diesel BlueTEC requires MB229.51 specification oil. Low ash formulation is safe for Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF).

Conventional petroleum-based oils must not be used for modern Mercedes-Benz engines.

In addition to the service, we recommend that you check the following items regularly (for example: Bi weekly, when refueling, or before any long journey):

Engine oil level – Depending on the type of Mercedes Benz you have and how it is equipped, check the engine oil level using the oil level dipstick or the it will be displayed on the dash on the control system via the multifunction steering wheel/display.

Coolant Level

– Never remove the coolant reservoir cap when the engine is hot. Your coolant should not have to be filled unless you have a seeping hose or water coolant leak.

Brake fluid level – If brake fluid has to be added, see us to determine the cause, e.g. leaks or worn brake pads.

Windshield washing system – Add washer fluid mixed with windshield washer solvent/concentrate, test function and check wiper blades. If the washer fluid level drops below the minimum level, the washer fluid level warning light appears.

Lighting system – Check all running lights.

Tire condition and pressures – A visual check of your tire wear should be done often. Mercedes Benz "Tire Pressure Monitor" system tracks your vehicle’s tire pressures and can warn you of pressure loss. At German Car Depot we calibrate your TPM during every oil change service.
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