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Mercedes-Benz Oil Change DIY M112 M113 V6 V8 Engines

Mercedes-Benz Oil Change DIY M112 M113 V6 V8 Engines

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Updated Friday Apr 13, 2018

In this tutorial, you will learn how to change oil and oil filter on Mercedes-Benz M113 and M112 engines. This is one of the most common engines used on almost all Mercedes classes from 1997-2007. The M113 engine is a V8 and often is recognized as 430 or 500 model. It is found on E, C, CLK, SL, CL, R, ML, GL, G classes. The M112 is almost identical but with smaller displacement and two fewer cylinders. The instructions are the same for both engines with one exception. The oil capacity for the V8 and V6 engines is different. Check oil capacities in the next section. A complete list of applications is found at the end of the tutorial. 

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1. What you will need

Notes

  1. V8 models including 430 and 500 require 8-8.5 litter (quart). 
    V6 models including 240 and 320 require 7-7.5 litter(quart).
  2. Make sure you install a quality filter. Fleece is recommended. Cheap oil filters degrade quickly and are not able to filter debris for 10,000 miles.
  3. We assume you have basic tools. If you don't read this article that will help you choose an automotive toolset. 
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2. Instructions

Step 1: Raise Vehicle

In this tutorial, we are using ramps to jack up the car. Drive your Mercedes-Benz on ramps. Place the car in park and set the parking brakes. Block the rear tires of your Mercedes-Benz. Make sure to place jack stands under the car.

Step 2: Remove engine splash shield

Remove the plastic shield from the engine. It is held in place with eight 10mm bolts. Some models use 8mm screws or plastic retainers. 

how to change engine oil on MAMO

Watch the following video on how to remove engine undercover (under shield).

Step 3: Locate oil drain plug

Here is a close up picture of oil drain plug on this Mercedes-Benz. Some models have the bolts in the middle of the pan towards the rear. Regardless of the location, the drain bolt is always going to be at the bottom of the oil pan. It requires a 13mm socket. Be careful with the direction. It is easy to get confused when working under the engine. 

diy oil change MAMO instructions step by step guide oil drian plug

Step 4: Drain Oil

Remove oil drain plug. Allow the old oil to drain for at least 10 minutes or until there is no more oil dripping from the oil pan. 

drain oil Mercedes-Benz diy

Watch a video to learn how to perform this step.

Step 5: Replace drain plug washer

Replace the drain plug washer if you have one. If your oil filter didn't come with a new washer it is better to reinstall the old washer than install the drain plug without a washer. If you install the drain plug without a washer it will leak oil. Reinstall the oil drain plug.

Step 6: Install drain plug

Reinstall the drain plug on Mercedes M112 M113 engine.

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Watch a video on how to perform this step.

Step 7: Locate engine oil filter

Locate the engine filer on top of the engine of your Mercedes-Benz. Use a filter wrench to remove the oil filter.

location of engine oil filter on M112 M113 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 diy oil change

Step 8: Replace oil filter

Remove the old oil filter. Install the new filter on your M112 M113 and tighten it by hand. Lastly, torque to 25Nm.

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Watch a video to learn how to perform this step.

Step 9: Locate oil filler cap

Locate the oil filler on top of your Mercedes engine.

mamo add correct oil type location where to add oil

Step 10: Add engine oil

Add the recommended engine oil. Check the oil level after you add 80% of the oil capacity. Add oil as necessary to bring the level between the MIN and MAX marks on the dipstick. Don't fill the engine with oil above the maximum mark on the dipstick.

how to change engine oil on MAMO yourself

Watch a video on how to perform this step.

Step 11: Check Engine Oil Level

Locate the oil dipstick. If your Mercedes-Benz doesn't have a dipstick, you will need to check the oil level via the instrument cluster.

check engine oil do not overfill

Watch a video on how to check engine oil level via dipstick.

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3. Applications 

 

M113 Engine

M113 4.3 430

  • 1997-2000 C43 AMG
  • 2000-2007 C240
  • 1997-2002 E430
  • 1998-2003 CLK430
  • 1999-2001 ML430
  • 1999-2006 S430

M113 5.0L 500

  • 1998-2008 G500
  • 1999-2006 S500
  • 1999-2006 SL500
  • 2001-2006 CL500
  • 2001-2006 ML500
  • 2002-2006 CLK500
  • 2003-2006 E500
  • 2004-2006 CLS500
  • 2008- SsangYong Chairman W

M113 5.4 5.5 55 AMG

  • 1998-2002 E55 AMG
  • 2000-2002 S55 AMG
  • 2000-2003 ML55 AMG
  • 2001-2006 CLK55 AMG
  • 2001-2002 CL55 AMG
  • 2002-2003 G55 AMG
  • 2004-2010 SLK55 AMG
  • 2006-2008 SLK55 AMG Black Series
  • 2005-2007 C55 AMG
  • 2003-2006 CL55 AMG
  • 2002-2006 S55 AMG
  • 2002-2008 SL55 AMG
  • 2003-2006 E55 AMG
  • 2004-2006 CLK DTM AMG
  • 2004-2011 G55 AMG[1]
  • 2004-2006 CLS55 AMG
  • M155 SLR
  • 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
  • 2006 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition

M112 Engine

E24 2.4L 240

  • 1997-2000 C240
  • 1998-2000 CLK240
  • 1998-2000 E240

E26 2.6 240

  • 2000–2005 C240
  • 2000–2004 CLK240
  • 2000–2004 E240

E28 2.8L 280

  • 1998–2000 C280
  • 1998–2006 S280
  • 2000–2004 E280

E32 3.2 320

  • 2000–2004 C320
  • 1998–2004 E320
  • 1997-200? G320
  • 1998–2005 S320
  • 1998–2003 ML320
  • 1998–2005 CLK320
  • 2000–2003 SLK320
  • 2003–2008 Chrysler Crossfire

C32 AMG

  • 2001–2003 C32 AMG
  • 2001–2003 SLK32 AMG
  • 2005–2006 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6

 

 

MAKE

MODEL

SERIES

YEAR

ENGINE CODE

ENGINE

Chrysler
Crossfire
 
05/2004-12/2007
EGX
3.2L
Chrysler
Crossfire
 
09/2004-12/2007
EGZ
3.2L

Mercedes

C 320

CL203

09/2004-08/2005

M 112.946

3.2L

Mercedes

C 240 T

S202

09/1997-02/2001

M 112.910/915

2.4L/2.6L

Mercedes

C 240

W202/203

06/1997-12/2005

M 112.910/912

2.4L/2.6L

Mercedes

C 240

S203

01/2001-12/2005

M 112.912

2.6L

Mercedes

C 280 T

S202

06/1997-03/2001

M 112.920

2.8L

Mercedes

C 280

W202

06/1997-02/2001

M112.920

2.8L

Mercedes

C 43 AMG

 

08/1997-03/2001

M 113.944

4.3L

Mercedes

C 32 AMG

W203/S203

01/2001-01/2004

M 112.961

3.2L

Mercedes

C 320

W203

11/2000-02/2007

M 112.946

3.2L

Mercedes

C 55 AMG

W203

11/2004-02/2007

M 113.988

5.4L

Mercedes

CLK 320

C208/209

01/1997-08/2005

M 112.940/955

3.2L

Mercedes

CLK 430

C208

08/1998-01/2003

M 113.943

4.3L

Mercedes

CLK 55AMG

C208

05/1999-46/2002

M 113.981/984

5.5L

Mercedes

CLK 55AMG

C209/A209

09/2002-08/2006

M 113.987

5.4L

Mercedes

CLK 240

C209/A209

11/2002-08/2005

M 112.912

2.6L

Mercedes

CLK 500

C209/A209

06/2002-08/2006

M 113.968

5.0L

Mercedes

CLK 320 C

A208 / A209

01/1997-08/2005

M 112.940 / 955

3.2L

Mercedes

CLK 430 C

A208

08/1998-01/2003

M 113.943

4.3L

Mercedes

CLS 500

W219/C219

06/2004-05/2008

M 113.967/990

5.0L

Mercedes

CLS 55AMG

C219

01/2005-03/2006

M 113.990

5.4L

Mercedes

E 240

W210

01/1998-08/2002

M 112.911/914

2.4L/2.6L

Mercedes

E 240

W211

02/2003-03/2005

M 112.913/917

2.6L

Mercedes

E 240 T

S210/S211

06/1999-03/2005

M 112.911/913/914

2.4L/2.6L

Mercedes

E 280

W210/S210

06/1995-01/2003

M 112.921

2.8L

Mercedes

E 320

W210/W211

03/1997-03/2005

M 112.941/949

3.2L

Mercedes

E 320 T

S210/S211

12/1996-07/2009

M 112.941/949

3.2L

Mercedes

E 430

W210/S210

09/1997-03/2002

M 113.940

4.3L

Mercedes

E 55 AMG

W210/S210

09/1997-03/2003

M 113.980

5.4L

Mercedes

E 55 AMG K

W211/S211

10/2002-09/2006

M 113.990

5.4L

Mercedes

E 500

W211/S211

08/2002-09/2006

M 113.967/969

5.0L

Mercedes

G 500

W463

04/1998-ON

M 113.962

5.0L

Mercedes R600 W251 2006-2008 M113 5.0L
  ML 430 W163 1998-2005 M113 4.3L
  ML500 W163 2001-2005 M113 5.0L
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