How to Service a Mercedes Benz C Class, C180 W204 Year 2012

How to Service a Mercedes Benz C Class, C180 W204 Year 2012
Hi, this video shows you step by step how to change the oil, oil filter and the cabin (pollen) filter and then reset the service indicator on a 2012 Mercedes C180 (UK car).
I use an oil extractor (approx. £55) which makes the whole process very simple without having to get under the car. I find the hardest part of the service is changing the cabin filter due to the location of it.
All the parts were bought on the internet (eBay and carparts4less)for much less then price of the main dealers even though they are Mercedes parts.
Many thanks Vince

How to Service a Mercedes Benz C Class, C180 W204 Year 2012

18 thoughts on “How to Service a Mercedes Benz C Class, C180 W204 Year 2012”

  1. Same as , don’t own a Merc but couldn’t stop watching!!! So well explained, great video. 👌🏻👍🏻

  2. Hey Vince! First of all: a very informative video you've got here.
    But, do me a favour: don't put your shiny new oil filter down on the ground.

  3. Brilliant video and practical guide. What you say about the majority of an official dealer service with it mostly being checks is oh so true, the UK yearly MOT covers almost all of those so WHY pay twice by having a dealer/specialist do it?

  4. I agree I like to see the drain plug for contamination but this is still very helpful that you can still go under the car check the drain plug without accident of spilling oil all over the place good for beginners plus some garages drain it the same but very explanatory for a beginner cool

  5. Cannot believe there are so many inane comments below….this video is gold to a C Class owner…brilliant video…

  6. I use one of them on my jet ski but i wouldnt do it on a car as any fine metal particles that are in the oil wont get sucked out as the sump bolt it magnetic and will be stuck to that only reason i do it on my ski as they dont have drain plugs

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