I have a 2011 Mercedes E250 Automatic which has had a gearbox failure with the codes DTC 2783, DTC 717 & DTC 718 having read a few articles how do I check to see what radiator my car has as I have been told it needs a rebuild, by the way the mileage is only 60000 so I am very suprised this has happened. Could this have been caused by a radiator chamber failure


The radiator issue was more of a problem on the earlier years. What scanner did you use to get those codes? Was it a generic OBD2 scanner or one that can read MB specific fault codes? I think you may have an issue with the conductor plate or the valve body.

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