Cartisan recently carried out a 2013 Mercedes Benz C Class C220 W204 service. The car had clocked approximately 35,000km on the odometer.
The customer was notified by the onboard computer system that the Mercedes Benz C Class was due for service.
He requested a quote from Cartisan for the complete service of his car. Cartisan provided a quote including the following items-
- Engine Oil Replacement with 5W-40 fully synthetic oil
- Engine oil filter replacement
- Air Filter replacement
- Cabin Filter replacement
- Diesel Filter replacement
- Front & Rear Brake Cleaning
- Complete Vehicle checkup
- Scanning & Diagnosis
Cartisan provided the customer with a quote, he accepted and the Cartisan Service team arrived at the customer’s location to pick up the W204. The Cartisan Service team took the Mercedes to the closest Cartisan Preferred Workshop.
2013 Mercedes Benz C Class C220 W204 Service
The Cartisan technician popped open the bonnet and the service was underway.
First, the technician drained out the engine oil by unscrewing the engine oil drain nut. The W204’s engine oil drain nut is located underneath the engine block.
Next, the technician removed the engine oil filter and replaced it with a brand new one.
The technician unscrews the air filter housing and removes the filter from it. He places a brand new filter inside the housing and screws it shut.
The fuel filter for the W204 is located inside the engine bay on top of the engine block. The Cartisan technician removes this filter and installs a brand new fuel filter in its place.
The technician removes the cabin filter from inside the engine bay and replaces it with a brand new one.
After the filter replacements were completed, the technician uses a hydraulic jack to lift the car up. He removes the wheel lug nuts and unmounts each wheel from the car. He removes the brake pads from the brake calipers and replaces them with brand new Textar brake pads.
The technician lowers the W204 to the ground and the technician pours 6 liters of fresh 5W-40 fully synthetic engine oil into the engine block.
The technician closes the bonnet. The Cartisan adviser takes the car out for a test drive. He confirms that the service was successful.
Servicing your Mercedes Benz – Simplified
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