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Oil Reset Procedure: Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG 2006

Oil Reset Procedure Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG 2006

Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG 2006



Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG for the year 2006.



Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG for the year 2006

1. Turn ignition to “POSITION 1”.

2. Press the system selection button repeatedly until kilometers are displayed.

3. Press the cluster illumination button quickly 3 times, battery voltage will be displayed an a sound will be heard.

4. Press the up or down arrows until the service menu is displayed.

5. Use the +/- buttons to select “CONFIRM”.

6. Press the system selection button to select “COMPLETE SERVICE” and confirm with system selection button.

7. “SERVICE CONFIRMED” will be displayed.

8. Turn ignition off.




About Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG


Smoother gear changes than gun oil are possible thanks to the five-speed automatic/manual transmission, which features paddle shifters in addition to a stick shifter. In addition, the CLS55 features 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in performance rubber, a quad-tipped exhaust system that is designed to burble, and an air suspension that is calibrated to be on the firmer side of sublime. There are none of those dashboard linings that look like they should be in a gun rack full of AR-15s because the interior is done up in a nouveau clubby style with napa leather, real, rich woods, and none of those.

It should not come as a surprise that the CLS55 was awarded the highest possible score by our panel of judges and finished in a tie for third place with the Aston Martin Vantage V8. Ron Rosenbrand praised this vehicle by stating, “This car is complete and total class.” William Weidner further stated that “It has luxury everywhere that you look and touch.” Paul Bloch came to the conclusion that Mercedes-Benz did an excellent job, taking risks in the design of an entirely new category of four-door sedan that behaves like a two-door vehicle.

Regardless of the number of doors, he might have added that this luxury sport coupe/sedan has earned a prominent place on that small podium reserved for only the very best in the world. There are three different iterations of the CLS coupe to choose from. The CLS350 has a price tag of $137,900 and is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 with 200 kW of output and seven-speed automatic transmission. The CLS500 costs $173,900 and comes equipped with a 225 kW, 24-valve, 5.0 liter V8 and a seven-speed automatic transmission. In the CLS55 AMG, which costs $247,900, the V8 engine has been stroked by AMG to 5.4 liters (as was done recently in the 265kW C55 and SLK55 AMG), and a belt-driven supercharger has been added to boost performance to 350 kW of power at 6100 rpm and 700 Nm of torque from 2650 rpm-4500 rpm. The E55 AMG sedan utilizes the very same drivetrain as the coupe. The compensation as well as thicker stabilizer bars in addition to riding on air springs and adaptive dampers, which Mercedes refers to as Airmatic technology. The overall height of the car is 10 millimeters lower than the CLS500. At the very least in theory, the car’s suspension can self-adjust its spring and damping rates in a matter of milliseconds to meet the requirements of varying road surfaces and different driving styles.

The CLS rides on alloy wheels with twin spokes that measure 18 inches and are shod with Pirelli P Zero Rosso tires measuring 285/35 in the rear and 255/40 in the front. The front brakes are equipped with eight-piston fixed calipers, while the rear brakes have four-piston calipers. These calipers are operating on massive ventilated and perforated discs.

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