On Mercedes-Benz models such as E, C, S, GL, ML class air pressure in the front tires should be between 36 and 39 PSI.
In this article, you will find information about Mercedes-Benz brake fluid.
What is the best brake fluid for Mercedes-Benz?
The best brake fluid for your Mercedes-Benz brake system is printed on the cap of the brake fluid reservoir. Most likely is going to be DOT 4+ Brake Fluid.
If your Mercedes-Benz requires DOT 4+ brake fluid do not use brake fluid from the auto parts store that says DOT 3, 4, 5, or 5.1.
DOT 4+ specifications are similar to DOT 4 brake fluid, but with a higher boiling point to prevent brake fluid from vaporizing locks at high temperatures.
Correct Mercedes-Benz Brake Fluid
Most models including the E, C, S, CLS, ML, GL, or R Class recommended Mercedes-Benz brake fluid which is DOT 4 plus.
Mercedes brake fluid is sold at Mercedes-Benz dealerships or online.
- Part number: 000989080701
- ISO 4925 compatible.
- SAE Specifications: J1703
How to Add Mercedes-Benz Brake Fluid
Do not use DOT 5 brake fluid on Mercedes vehicles that require DOT 4+ brake fluid.
The wet boiling point for Mercedes brake fluid DOT 4+ is 356 degrees F or 180 degrees C.
Have you used different brake fluid on your Mercedes-Benz brake system? Did you notice any performance or system degradation?