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Mercedes-Benz C350 Transmission Lines Replacement Costs

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Mercedes-Benz C350 Transmission Lines Replacement Costs

AutoNation Mobile Service offers upfront and competitive pricing. The average cost for Mercedes-Benz C350 Transmission Lines Replacement is $114. Drop it off at our shop and pick it up a few hours later, or save time and have our Delivery mechanics come to you.

Car
Location
Price
2005 Mercedes-Benz CLK320
3.2L V6 Base • 110,000 miles
CA 95121
$85 - $103
2004 Mercedes-Benz SL500
5.0L V8 Base • 119,000 miles
CA 90604
$103 - $125
2010 Mercedes-Benz C300
3.0L V6 4Matic Luxury • 44,000 miles
CA 90002
$117 - $143
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Symptoms of failing Transmission Lines

Leaking fluid

I know, I know. Just what you love to see! Car leaks are relatively common, in large part because cars have a lot of different fluids that they contain. So, when you spot a leak, the bad news is that it could be any number of things. That said, it’s usually pretty easy to spot transmission fluid, which has a reddish color. So, if you feel like getting up close and personal with the leak, then look for the color. If it’s red, then you have a transmission fluid leak, which very well could be the result of damaged transmission lines.

Low fluid levels

Many new cars don’t have a transmission dipstick, unfortunately, so it might be difficult to spot if your transmission fluid is low. But if you’re able to check your transmission fluid leve and notice that it’s lower than it should be, then you’ve got a leak somewhere in the system. Time to check in on the transmission lines and see if they’re doing alright. They just might be the culprit.

Poor transmission performance

Poor transmisison performance will surely get your attention. Broken transmission lines mean transmission fluid leaks, and that means that your transmission will soon be operating without enough fluid. Transmission fluid acts as both a coolant and lubricant, so when it starts disappearing from the system, you’ve got problems.

How urgent is a Transmission Line replacement?

The longer you go without replacing your broken transmission lines, the less fluid your transmission will have. The less fluid your transmission has, the more damage will be done to your transmission. The more damage your transmission has, the more stress it puts on the engine, and the more damage is done to the engine.

Want to know how this ends? Hint: it involves writing a very big check.

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12-Month | 12,000-Mile Warranty