Transmission Cooler leaking in antifreeze from radiator on Mercedes-Benz C240 4MATIC

Average mileage: 57,550 (11,100–104,000)
1 model year affected: 2004
3 people reported this problem
3 people shared problem details
Tons of these cars are having antifreeze leak into there transmission. There is NO dip sticks for either the engine or transmission which is rediculous. The only way you will know that you have glycol in your tranny is when you feel it slipping and by then the damage has been done and your talking tons of transmission repair costs. This car is an absolute lemon.
I am having that same problem and the dealer is asking $9000.00 to fix it. I believe this is a factory defect and should be a class action law-suit against Mercedes-benz.
check coolant level. where do you pour it into
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