GENUINE MERCEDES-BENZ AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OIL PAN SEAL
MERCEDES-BENZ Part Number: 1402710080
How do I know if this part needs replacing
If the automatic transmission in your Mercedes-Benz has started to shift inconsistently, or is presenting fault codes due to electrical components, the cause could be a failed conductor plate. This plate is attached to the valve body in your automatic transmission, and is what the pressure relief valves and shifting control valves are attached to, and where they receive their signal from. If this conductor plate fails, your transmission will no longer be able to shift properly, and your car will eventually go into 'limp' mode, making for a less than pleasurable driving experience. Have you noticed automatic transmission fluid leaking from underneath your car? The cause may be a failed wiring harness spacer, sometimes called the pilot bushing. This part is a common failure item on Mercedes-Benz models with the 722.6xx automatic transmission, and once it starts leaking, it must be replaced to prevent transmission fluid from continuing to leak, eventually reaching the transmission control module, causing even more damage. Next time you complete a transmission oil change, reassure yourself with a new transmission oil pan gasket. Never re-use old gaskets, always replace with new. If it is time to change the transmission fluid in your Mercedes-Benz, be sure not to overlook other components which are crucial to the longevity of your automatic transmission. One such component is the automatic transmission filter. This filter is located inside of the transmission oil pan, and must be replaced each time a transmission fluid change is performed.
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