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Here's what you should be doing: Place your vehicle on a level area like a driveway. Ensure your vehicle is up to operating temperature and running. Pull the dipstick and with a clean cloth, wipe it off. Stick the dipstick back into the tube down to the bottom, then pull it out again immediately and check the level. Add an appropriate amount of fluid (half ...


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This could be an issue with either of the elements you are talking about (shifter/transmission). First, if the shifter isn't giving the transmission the right command to go into drive, the transmission will stay in 3rd gear. This could be caused from linkage malfunction or an electronic malfunction, depending on how the shifter is setup. Second, there ...


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I've had similar symptoms before on a smaller sedan, a Saturn SL2. Turned out that my motor was mis-firing, and the cause of the misfire was that I had oil in my spark plug wells. The oil was due to a leaking head gasket. I'd recommend you take a look at your spark plugs and wires - depending on their age, you may even be better off replacing them while ...


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This would not be a motor mount issue. What you are describing seems to be an issue with the transmission. IIRC, the C230 is a rear wheel drive vehicle. Only a front wheel drive vehicle would produce anything like what you are talking about with bad motor mounts, but then it will be far less noticeable. A motor mount problem will not create the jolt like ...


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I don’t think putting breaks for long time harms enough the breaking system. When we are talking about car with automatic transmission then its breaking system is also designed by keeping in mind about its rough use. Shifting Gear from D to N will make your car neutral that disconnect the engine from wheels using transmission. It is usually done when you ...



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