Question about 2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Dipstick: none. These cars have electronic oil level monitoring. To check the oil level, get in the car, turn the ignition to position 2, use the buttons on the steering wheel to navigate to the dialogue where you ask the car to measure the oil level. Look in your owner's manual for more info. Note: the oil must not have been driven w/in the last 15ish minutes and must be parked level.
Drain plug: (it's not a nut) To find the oil drain plug on any vehicle lift the vehicle, identify the engine. On the bottom of the engine, look for a piece of metal that's approximately square in shape and smooth on the bottom. This should be the oil pan. If it is, it'll have an oil drain plug at the bottom corner pointing to the rear of the car. This is to allow all the oil to drain out when the car is lifted on the front.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
Look for a red handle for the oil dipstick. it really depends on which engine you have.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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