That is the exact one Jayson!
If i planned on needing the pump for more than this one job I would get a different one.
For one reason only.. The height of the pump. That pump only gives you about a 3-4 inch 'pump' so the amount of times you have to go up and down is much greater than I expected. This coupled with the fact of laying on your back under a car with minimal clearance makes things a bit difficult.
The hose on that pump does not reach the bottom of the quart but it's really not a problem since you'll need 2 quarts anyway I just switched to the next bottle and didn't bother with trying to get every drop out of the first bottle. (combined into 1 bottle after)
1) Open fill plug! If you can't do this don't drain the fluid!! (keep it open)
2) Get a decent sized drain pain and position under, and to the right, of the drain plug.
3) Undo the drain plug and let old oil drain.
Note on this step: Normally you would open slowly so that the oil drips slowly - for me this had the opposite effect. Since the oil will be coming out in every direction, once you see the first drip I would advise to undo quickly. Why you ask.. because then you know which direction the oil will be going.. rather than going in every direction. (second note.. old differential oil does not taste that good...). Plus you can grab the cap out of the drain pan, it's not going anywhere when you drop it.
4) Let it drain for 10 minutes - It only takes about 4-5 minutes but that gives you an extra 5 minutes to stretch and go get a cold brew
5) The guide I linked to mentions using thread sealant but I did not use any. (to each their own) I drove for 25+ miles after, let it sit for a few hours, checked and have no drips.
6) Put drain plug back, I'm sure these have a MB approved tension spec but basically tighten until you start to need real effort then stop.
7) Open new oil, attach fluid pump, into into fill hole and pump away (The tank takes about 1.5 quarts so you'll need the second bottle)
8) Pump until the oil starts coming out from the fill hole (You should have moved your drain pan to be under your fill hole by this point). Make sure at this point you move the hose to the very start of the fill hole so that you get every last drop possible in there.
9) Wipe away any excess with your favorite oil rag and put fill plug back
10) Get out from under the car and smile at a job well done =)
I did use Mobil 1 75-90 and got it off Amazon for $15 a Q. I have prime so not sure if that changes the $ but if you find it cheaper.. get it there.
Not sure what the 230 takes but I would be surprised if it's different.