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  1. Don't is...look under Emission Class... Technical data for the new E-Class Saloon
  2. Make sure you go to the correct shop... Not those who tell you got to change this, change that....
  3. Hmmm....if 2 tablespoon enough to get rid all the grinding noise. Imagine if you do a complete flushing and renew the steering fluid.
  4. I suspect your problem is due to low on refrigerant. There isnt enough quantity of refrigerant to fill the entire evaporator. I use to have similar I sent the car to an aircon specialist workshop to vacuum and refill all refrigerant. (cost about $35) Voila !!! ...problems solves...since then, I make it a point to sent my car to the specialist once every year to check, vacuum and refill aircon gas.
  5. Bro, Can advise what is the marking on the dipstick before and after the 2 tablespoons? Mine fluid level is currently on the lowest marking already.
  6. Your car is 2008...left only 1 years to need buy original parts, OEM will do. OEM Gearbox Mounting = $25 OEM Engine Mounting Left & Right = $50+$50 Labour $100 to $150. Total less than $300. Some brothers here go JB to repair..lagi cheaper.
  7. The problem could come from anywhere... For me, 1st thing I will check are the 2 pieces of engine mounting and 1 piece of transmission mounting.
  8. Bro, Best to check back with C&C. W211 has many model...including CDI with might be using different type of power steering motor. (the video above is E280-CDI) One of the different between both type of fluid is the thickness.
  9. Glad to know both you and tanwill had your problems solved. For myself, look like no more choice but to sent in my car to C&C to do the conversion....
  10. Bro, which seal is that and how much to replace the spoilt seal?