What to do - Service schedule

gaynemore

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Hello everyone.

Just got back from collecting my first Mercedes.

It's a W124 280E 7 seat estate. I have the service history, but since I take care of my cars myself I could do with a service schedule.
That is to say, what to do & when.

I have searched but can't find anything.
Perhaps someone could point me in the right direction please.

When it's been cleaned properly I'll post some pictures for all to see.
It's upto 140,000 miles, but a little gem.

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Thanks, boy was that quick.

W124 isn't shown as an option to choose on MB' electronic schedule page
 

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How about here?

Or here?

or here?

or here?

I've not fully investigated these links but they look hopeful. Let me know :)
 
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Whitenemisis

Many thanks for links.

Either '95 W124 isn't listed or they are USA publications for US cars, probably quite different.

Haynes don't have one listed either.

Looks like chatting up friendly dealer is next step.

Again, thanks for your help
 

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There are W124 manuals available, here for example, although if all you want is the service schedule they might be an expensive option.
 

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Just listening when you are driving can be handy to know when to top up the engine oil,,go round a roundabout fast a few times quite fast and if you can hear the big ends knocking you know that its low on oil:shock::rolleyes:
 

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Whitenemisis

Many thanks for links.

Either '95 W124 isn't listed or they are USA publications for US cars, probably quite different.

Haynes don't have one listed either.

Looks like chatting up friendly dealer is next step.

Again, thanks for your help

The USA 124 schedule is fine and you can still get a duplicate service book from the dealer I believe for a few quid.

I bought one earlier last year.
 

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Just do what i do and change everything then you know its been done to your satisfaction and when it needs doing again.
Plus you get a good look at the car in all its nooks and crannies and get to see any future problems.



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