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Mercedes Flex C Service

Written by: Bradley Hayes
Automotive Blogger & Director of Marketing, Autoscope European Car Repair

Do you see a "Service C Due" or "Service C Exceeded" message on your instrument panel when you start your Mercedes? If so, then your Mercedes-Benz needs its Flexible Service C performed. Autoscope has the computer equipment, expertise, and trained, certified Mercedes technicians to perform the Mercedes Flex C Service and reset the dash message afterward.

What is a Mercedes-Benz Flexible Service C?

We follow the Mercedes-Benz factory-mandated list for each Flex C service. This service is typically due every three years or 36,000 miles. This time-frame will change depending on the number of miles driven, time elapsed, and amount of fuel consumed. The Service C service includes a few more items to be checked and is a bit more involved than a typical Flex A service, which is why Mercedes chose to label it a Flexible Service C instead.

What happens during the Mercedes Flex C Service?

This will depend on the model and the other variables mentioned above. During the Flex C service, also known as a "Schedule C Flexible Service," we first have to connect the car up to our Mercedes diagnostic computer to determine which specific services the car needs. This computer is also necessary to reset the service light after the service is performed.

Ask the Experts: Mercedes Flex Service

For a greater understanding of the Flexible Service C on your Mercedes, we highly recommend watching this video of our very own Chris Williams as he walks you through what a Flex C service entails on a customer's 2010 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG, and explains Mercedes Flexible Service system in general, from our auto repair shop in Plano:

Is your Mercedes Flex C Service due?

Bring it in to Autoscope! While your Mercedes-Benz is in our care, we will also provide you with a complimentary inspection of your car to keep you up to date on any other service or repair items you might need in the future. Need a ride home or to work? We can accommodate with our free shuttle service. By coming to Autoscope European Car Repair for your Mercedes repair and service needs, you can ensure your Mercedes stays in the best condition it can be in while you keep up with your busy life.

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