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Manual transmission

Car manual transmission as a remanufactured part for Mercedes-Benz
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  • Ideal gear ratios
  • Matched gearwheel pairs
  • Smooth ride comfort
Please use our parts search to request this remanufactured part for your vehicle.

What are the benefits of a Mercedes-Benz Genuine Remanufactured manual transmission?

A manual transmission system from Mercedes-Benz can be quickly replaced with a remanufactured

transmission. Thanks to perfectly matched gearwheels, the manual transmission offers outstanding

longevity and performance. With a remanufactured genuine manual transmission, your suspension has a

similar level of smooth running as with a new part.

Thanks to our decades of experience in the manufacture and further development of transmissions, we can

draw upon our unique expertise that today distinguishes our transmissions in three ways in particular:

  • Smooth running characteristics
  • Low weight
  • Exceptional longevity

How does a car manual transmission work?

The manual transmission in a car is located between the drive axle and engine. It has the job of

receiving and transferring the engine torque. This torque is then transmitted via the transmission to

the wheels. Each gear requires a different transmission ratio, which enables the engine speed to be

maintained in a range in which the engine can deliver optimum performance. In a manual transmission

system, the drive force is transferred from the engine to the manual transmission via a disk clutch.

Each gear has a gearwheel pair that transfers the force to the drivetrain. The gear ratio of the

gearwheel pair determines the speed and torque at the drive axle.

How do I identify a defective transmission?

  • Difficulty shifting
  • Audible bearing noise
  • Gears skip when engaged
  • Low transmission oil level

Mercedes-Benz quality for your car manual transmission.

In our remanufacturing process, the manual transmission system is first completely disassembled. All the

parts are then thoroughly cleaned and professionally repaired. Sealing elements, bearings and wear parts

in the synchronization system are replaced with new parts. To ensure a high standard of quality and full

functionality, various driving situations under load are simulated. Thanks to high availability, it's easy to replace a complete genuine manual

transmission. The usual high standard of quality that you can expect from Mercedes-Benz is ensured

thanks to the reliability and longevity of the remanufactured transmission system.

  • A-Class
    • W168 (1998 to 2004)
    • V168 (2001 to 2004)
    • W169 (2004 to 2012)
    • C169 (2004 to 2012)
    • W176 (from 2012)
  • B-Class gas
    • W242 (from 2013)
  • B-Class
    • T245 (2005 to 2013)
    • W246 (from 2011)
  • C-Class Sedan
    • W201 (1985 to 1993)
    • W202 (1993 to 2000)
    • W203 (2000 to 2007)
    • W204 (2007 to 2014)
    • W205 (from 2014)
  • C-Class Wagon
    • S202 (1996 to 2001)
    • S203 (2000 to 2007)
    • S204 (2007 to 2014)
    • S205 (from 2014)
  • C-Class Coupé
    • C204 (2011 to 2015)
    • C205 (from 2015)
    • CL203 (2001 to 2011)
    • CLC203 (2001 to 2007)
  • C-Class Cabriolet
    • A205 (from 2016)
  • CLA Coupé
    • C117 (from 2013)
  • CLA Shooting Brake
    • X117 (from 2014)
  • CLK Coupé
    • C208 (1997 to 2002)
    • C209 (2002 to 2010)
  • CLK Cabriolet
    • A208 (1998 to 2003)
    • A209 (2002 to 2010)
  • E-Class Sedan
    • W124 (1985 to 1995)
    • W210 (1995 to 2003)
    • W211 (2002 to 2009)
    • W213 (from 2016)
    • V213 (from 2016)
    • W212 (from 2009)
    • V 212 (from 2010)
  • E-Class Wagon
    • S124 (1985 to 1996)
    • S 210 (1995 to 2003)
    • S 211 (2003 to 2009)
    • S/VF212 (from 2009)
    • S213 (from 2016)
  • E-Class Cabriolet
    • A124 (1992 to 1997)
    • A207 (from 2009)
  • E-Class Coupé
    • C124 (1987 to 1996)
    • C207 (from 2009)
  • G-Class
    • W460 (from 1979)
  • G-Class SUV
    • W461 (from 1992)
    • W462 (from 1992)
    • W463 (1990 to 2003)
    • W463 (from 1992)
    • V 463 (2008 to 2010)
  • G-Class SUV 3 doors
    • A 463 (from 2012)
    • C 463 (2008 to 2012)
  • ML SUV
    • W163 (1997 to 2005)
  • GLA
    • X156 (from 2014)
  • GLK
    • X204 (2008 to 2012)
  • GLC Coupé
    • C253 (from 2016)
  • GLC SUV
    • X253 (from 2015)
  • S-Class Sedan
    • W126 (1985 to 1991)
    • W140 (1991 to 1998)
    • V140 (1991 to 1998)
  • S-Class Coupé
    • C126 (1985 to 1991)
    • C140 (1992 to 1996)
  • SL Roadster
    • R230 (2001 to 2011)
  • SLC Roadster
    • R170 (1996 to 2004)
    • R171 (2004 to 2011)
    • R172 (from 2011)
  • SLS AMG
    • C197 (2009 to 2014)
  • SLS AMG Roadster
    • A197 (to 2011 to 2013)

This quote is not binding. Subject to errors and sale. The product pictures are exemplary. Information on available model series may vary and can be obtained from your Mercedes-Benz dealer.