During the gearbox repair process, worn parts like synchronisers, gears, hubs, selector forks or shafts and bearings will be replaced to provide a repair of unquestionable quality.
To prevent costly expenses on a Mercedes-Benz manual gearbox it is important to ensure correct oil levels as low oil levels account for the majority of major damage to a Mercedes-Benz manual gearbox. Other important preventative measures include oil quality and a correct operating clutch.
Due to the complexity of Mercedes-Benz automatic transmissions, it is often more viable to opt for a rebuilt Mercedes-Benz gearbox or a fully reconditioned Mercedes-Benz transmission. Please take a look at these links, where we discuss both these options in depth.