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Mercedes Benz Techs – A One-Stop Shop for all your Mercedes Benz Transmission Issues

Are you looking for the best transmission services for your Mercedes Benz?

At Mercedes Benz Techs, you are at the right place. We always recommend regular transmission servicing of your Benz even if it has modern automatic transmission to prevent or eliminate major transmission hauls.

Mercedes Benz Techs services transmissions of all kinds, whether it is your brand new Mercedes Benz SLK 350 or an year old E350 transmission with the most reliable and affordable services. We provide our affordable services near Doraville, Sandy Springs, Buckhead or Chamblee at our convenient location in Norcross.

Just like replacing your engine oil, transmission replacement is an essential part of your routine maintenance. It not only affects your Benz’s performance but can also pose safety hazards. It is important to have your transmission maintained according to the owner’s manual or repaired only by a trained Mercedes professional. At Mercedes Benz Techs, the veteran team of techs professionally diagnoses your Benz before changing parts. We are committed in maintaining your Mercedes using top grade parts and diagnostic softwares.

If your transmission is making unusual noises, we recommend you to bring your vehicle to us rather than going to a dealership shop where they can charge you twice the price for a transmission rebuild.

A general transmission repair includes replacing of minimum amount of part to make the transmission functional instead of rebuild or complete replacement. We offer the highest quality reliable transmission repair, transmission diagnostic and maintenance services. The transmission services we provide includes draining fluid from transmission, removing transmission oil pan and replacing pan gasket and transmission filter, and refilling with synthetic transmission fluid.

We believe that each customer should discuss his vehicle’s issue directly to techs who have vast knowledge and experience rebuilding Mercedes Benz transmissions.

Call us now at 470-276-8882 with your requirements. Our techs are eager to provide you prompt services.

Difference Between Oil Change and Mercedes Recommended Services

There is a myth that Mercedes “service” is just a fancy word for “oil change”, in this article we will explain the importance of having your car serviced at a Mercedes designated repair shop or your local dealer…Not all car maintenance facilities are the same!

You drive your Benz down the road and a light pops up on your dash saying you are 100 miles away from service “A”, what should you do? Although many places offer a very attractive starting cost for oil change, we decided to bring to your attention this article so you understand the difference in quality and value between a conventional oil change and a Mercedes service interval.

To understand the difference between regular oil change and a professional service you have to understand the dynamics of a machine, although this article does not go in depth into explaining how a car works we will cover the basics of why a service interval is essential to the quality and safety of your car performance nevertheless the prevention of future cost of repairs.

At Mercedes Benz Techs on any service interval we take the initiative to educate our customers about their vehicles, not only we make recommendations for necessary repairs but we also explain the reason for our recommendations and help our customers budget for future repairs and preventive maintenance so take care of what is the most important first in order to operate a safe vehicle

While other repair facilities trying to compensate for low start price by selling you additional things your car may not need we follow a very strict schedule specifically designed by your car manufacture to optimize the performance and long life of your vehicle

We perform a thorough inspection of all your drive train and braking elements, make notes and recommendations, we inspect your tires and suspension we, off course replace your oil, filter and crush nut with original Mercedes parts, we not only top all fluids but we actually measure quality of fluids and make recommendations if flushing is required. We always clean motor air filters and only if necessary recommend replacing so you can rest assured that we will not try to sale you new air filters as most places would. We lubricant all hinges and joints of your car and on convertible tops we use special Mercedes oil to ensure durability and long lasting mechanism.

How important it is to prepare your vehicle for winter?

With the approach of autumn, you probably start planning to get your family ready for cooler weather by taking out winter clothes out of the storage, turning on the heater or making some hot stews for dinner instead of light summer salads. And just as you take care of your loved ones, you also need to prepare your vehicle for the approaching cold weather.

Every year, severe cold causes thousands of road accidents. And often these accidents are not due to negligence, poor decisions or bad driving skills of the drivers, but due to Mother Nature. Though you cannot do anything about Mother Nature but you can take some measures to improve your safety and your vehicle by preparing your vehicle for the winter season.

Winter care for your vehicle includes many activities such as proper inspection of the battery, brakes, heater, antifreeze, defroster, and thermostat. By preparing your vehicle before the brunt of winter, life will become quite easy for you.

Mentioned below are a few tips that will help you to prepare your vehicle for the winter in the best way.

  • Check whether you have the right oil or not: With a change in temperature, you will want to change the oil and replace it with oil that has a different viscosity. Heavier oils are not effective if you are travelling through cold, blustery conditions. You must check your owner’s manual to find out which oil viscosity is recommended for the cold weather you are experiencing.
  • Check the battery: Extreme climatic conditions can cause battery problems. An old battery cannot hold a charge well. This can make your car’s electrical system work harder. Check battery’s positive and negative terminals to make sure there is no rust or corrosion. If your battery is getting older, get it tested and if required, replace it.
  • Keep a full tank of fuel: Though it is a good idea to keep the tank full all year round but there are a few reasons to keep the tank full when the temperature falls. A full tank of fuel helps in preventing moisture from forming in the fuel lines, where it can then freeze. And in case you get stranded at any time, your vehicle’s engine could be only your heat source.
  • Keep a vigil on the tires: Just as the temperature rises and falls, so does the pressure in the tires of your vehicle. In winter, you can lose the pressure of your tires due to cold temperature. And low tire pressure can affect your driving. Low pressure in tires can also lead to a blown tire.

Take the above mentioned points seriously if you are planning to keep your vehicle well-maintained for winter. Along with that, you should also stock your car with some tools such as a shovel, boots, gloves and an ice scraper. They will help you when you are stuck in ice and snow.