Maintain your luxury vehicle with luxury Mercedes-Benz Service B.
Your Mercedes-Benz essentially needs two kinds of service: Mercedes-Benz service A and Mercedes-Benz service B. Once you’ve had Mercedes-Benz Service A, it’s recommended that you get Mercedes-Benz Service B about 20,000 miles or 12 months after Service A. Your Mercedes-Benz service indicator should notify you when your vehicle is due for service, but if you’re unsure, visit our service center at Mercedes-Benz of St. Paul to get Mercedes-Benz Service B checklist services and get back on the St. Paul roads in no time.
All fluid level checks and corrections dependent on factory-recommended service intervals for your vehicle’s year and model
Tire inflation check and correction
Brake component inspection
Reset maintenance counter
Cabin dust/ combination filter replacement
Brake fluid exchange
Mercedes-Benz B Service adheres to all required guidelines and elements to each specific Mercedes-Benz model year and specific model as indicated on the corresponding service sheet for Mercedes-Benz Maintenance Systems in the USA.
Mercedes-Benz Service A Checklist
For reference, here’s what should be on your Mercedes-Benz Service A checklist:
Mercedes-Benz Synthetic Motor Oil Replacement**
Oil Filter Replacement
Fluid level checks and corrections based on manufacturer-recommended service intervals for your vehicle’s year and model
Tire inflation check and correction.
Brake Component Inspection.
Reset Maintenance Counter.
Strict adherence to guidelines for your vehicle’s year and model, which are found on the matching service sheet for Mercedes-Benz Maintenance Systems in the USA
Mercedes-Benz Service A is usually recommended around every 10,000 miles or one year, and Mercedes-Benz Service B is recommended around every 20,000 miles or every two years. Schedule service with Mercedes-Benz of St. Paul near Minneapolis whenever your Mercedes-Benz is due for service.
QUESTIONS? MORRIE’S HAS THE ANSWERS
Q:How Long Does Mercedes-Benz B Service Take?
A:About an hour and a half, but service can vary depending on what is needed.
Q:What is the Maintenance Schedule for Mercedes-Benz?
A: Routine maintenance and services like *oil and filter changes are required regularly. The maintenance schedule for Mercedes-Benz luxury vehicles varies by year, model, and driving conditions.
Q:How to Reset the Service B Indicator on a Mercedes-Benz?
A:Your Mercedes-Benz luxury vehicle is equipped with an on-board computer that monitors your ride to determine the optimal time to service and will alert you accordingly by displaying an indicator message on the vehicle control panel. When you visit Morrie’s Mercedes-Benz of St. Paul for Service B, our certified technicians will reset the indicator light upon completion of the service. If you’d like to rest the indicator yourself, take care to consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual as the process varies by model and model year.
Q:How Much Does Mercedes-Benz Service B Cost?
A: The specific Mercedes-Benz Service B cost can vary depending on what kinds of services are needed as well as how many. Reach out to our finance center at Mercedes-Benz of St. Paul for any questions about pricing or to get an exact quote.
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For any other questions about Mercedes-Benz Service B checklist services or even Mercedes-Benz Service A costs, visit Mercedes-Benz of St. Paul. Contact us to set up a service appointment, so you can get back on the White Bear Lake roads in no time. Plus, use our service specials to save on every visit and get a significant special on the Mercedes-Benz Service B cost.
*Price advertised for Service A/Service B includes all factory-required components. Please refer to your maintenance booklet for the complete list of factory-required services and details on the specific intervals for your vehicle’s year and model. (Valid for MY09-newer).