I get the argument that a flush wouldn't clean the filter.   Similarly, a 
transmission service including the filter only replaces 40% or so of the fluid. 
 So, I suppose if one would like to do the best thing it would be to do a 
filter change AND a flush.  

Don Snook 

-----Original Message-----
From: Mitch Haley [mailto:mi...@mitchellhaley.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 9:04 PM
To: Mercedes Discussion List <mercedes@okiebenz.com>
Subject: Re: [MBZ] An oil question

> On August 8, 2017 at 9:48 PM Russ Williams via Mercedes 
> <mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
> Don DON"T DO IT.
> Read these two articles
> http://www.agcoauto.com/content/news/p2_articleid/29
> http://www.agcoauto.com/content/news/p2_articleid/238

Quote of the day, it's like cleaning your air filter by driving on a clean 

2. Transmission flushes: Running clean fluid through a dirty transmission 
filter, is like driving on a clean road and hoping to unstop a clogged air 
filter. When a transmission filter becomes restricted, damage occurs in the 
transmission. Flushing may only stir up the debris in the pan and further 
restrict the filter. A flush CANNOT clean the filter. A proper transmission 
service includes filter replacement on transmissions with replaceable filters.


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