• Diagnosing and identifying faulty gearbox components
• Removing and disassembling the gearbox
• Replacing damaged and non-repairable parts
• Reassembling the components with new gaskets and seals
• Installation of the gearbox and filling it with new oil
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.