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If the retractable hardtop does not com- pletely open or close, the roof hydraulics will lose pressure and the retractable hardtop is lowered after approximately seven minutes when the ignition is switched on after approximately 15 seconds when the ignition is switched off Shortly before the hardtop is lowered, a warning will sound and the hardtop switch lamp will blink. All the comments are from women. The defroster is automatically deactivated af- ter approximately 6 to 17 minutes of oper- ation depending on the outside temperature. Is this a good shake for a man looking for a meal replacement while at a busy job? Do not drive with a flat tire. Activation requires a subscription for monitoring services, connection and cellular air time the relevant cellular phone network and GPS signals are available and pass the information on to the response cen- ter. Controls in detail Driving systems Vehicle level control Your vehicle automatically adjusts its ride height to:

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SE Menu Capture diagnostic and debug data. MS and MS Several hidden menus exist to configure advanced settings, troubleshoot problems or obtain additional printer information.

Turn on the printer. Display Set up and operate the printer. Keypad Enter numbers, letters, or symbols. Arrow buttons Scroll through the menus. To enter the Diagnostic Menu, do the following: Turn off the printer. Recovery only available on non-eTask printers. This mode will allow the printer to boot Press and hold 2, 7 and 8. The Network SE menu contains advanced network menu tools. Changing the settings within MSde For a complete list of these menus, consult the Service Manual for the printer.

The Diagnostics Menu contains Only available for printers Turn off the printer. Press and hold 6 and 7. Allows print operations to be used even Turn on the printer. Indicator Light Determine the status of the printer. Opens the Fax menu and sends a fax. E-mail Opens the E-mail menu and sends an e-mail. Copy Opens the Copy menu and makes copies. Imaging Unit like its predecessors E Series.

Below the table, explanations are provided for the headings and options listed in each column. Change the settings as desired. Below is an overview of these changes. The types of errors that could auto reboot include: The table below outlines the behavior for this printer series and may not apply to other models of the same code.

In the event that a new firmware update causes problems in the printer, the administrator or customer can roll the printer back to a previous state. When a new Controller Board is installed, the Lexmark default eSF applications and settings are loaded. The best practice is for an administrator to have their eSF applications and settings backed up prior to encountering a problem. If the Web page cannot be accessed, or an error persists despite trying to boot in Invalid Engine code mode, then there is no way to backup the eSF apps.

Make the customer aware of this. Before aligning the Printhead electronically, first mechanically align it. The printer series not mentioned does not have this FRU part. There are at least nine parts to be removed and important instructions to be followed closely upon installation.

If you must use one of the components listed above as a method of troubleshooting, boot the printer into Diagnostic mode only. Before inserting or removing a cable from these connectors, read this entire section carefully to avoid damaging the connector or cable. When installing the cable, check the locking actuator to ensure it is in the unlocked position. The tabs on the ends of the actuator are vertical when the actuator is unlocked.

The cable is inserted horizontally into the connector. Check the actuator to verify it is in the open position. Insert the cable into the ZIF connector with the contacts facing downward and away from the locking actuator.

The cable is inserted vertically into the connector. Rotate the locking actuator to the locked position by pressing down on both ends of the actuator. The cable should not move when this step is performed. If the cable moves, open the actuator, reposition the cable, and then close the actuator to the down position. Check the locking actuator to verify it is in the open position. If you are opening the connector, pull back on both end tabs using equal force to avoid breaking the connector.

When installing a cable into an LIF connector, care must be taken to avoid bending the edges of the cables and damaging the contacts on the cables. It is only available for the MX Series.

The removal and installation procedure is really easy. Follow the instructions below on how to properly uninstall the Staple Finisher. Removing the key from the starter switch activates the immo- bilizer. Safety and Security Anti-theft systems Arming the alarm system The alarm system is armed after locking the vehicle with the remote control.

The turn signal lamps blink three times to indi- cate that the alarm system is activated. Tow-away alarm Once the tow-away alarm is armed, a visual and audible alarm will be triggered when someone attempts to raise the vehicle.

The tow-away protection alarm is trig- gered, for example, if the vehicle is lift- ed on one side. If the alarm stays on for more than 20 seconds, an emergency call is initi- ated automatically by the Tele Aid sys Controls in detail Locking and unlocking Seats Memory function Lighting Instrument cluster Control system Automatic transmission Good visibility Automatic climate control Power windows Retractable hardtop Driving systems Useful features To prevent possible malfunction, avoid exposing the key to high levels of elec- tromagnetic radiation.

All turn signals blink once. The locking knobs in the doors move up. The vehicle will lock again automatically within approximately 40 seconds of un- locking if neither door nor trunk is opened. Change the batteries page You can obtain the required batteries at any authorized Mercedes-Benz Cen- ter. Unlocking the trunk lid You can unlock the trunk separately. Opening the trunk lid The handle is located in the rear license plate recess.

The vehicle must be unlocked. To facilitate trunk loading and unload- ing when the hardtop is retracted, you can raise the hardtop from its storage position in the trunk using the loading aid feature page Report the loss of the SmartKey or the mechanical key immediately to your car insurance company. If necessary have the mechanical lock replaced. Your authorized Mercedes-Benz Center will be glad to supply you with a replace- ment.

Controls in detail Locking and unlocking Factory setting Global unlocking Grasp the door handle. You can obtain the batteries at any au- thorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Controls in detail Locking and unlocking Unlocking the trunk lid The handle is located in the rear license plate recess.

Pull on the handle and lift up the trunk lid. The vehicle unlocks the trunk lid only. If the vehicle was previously centrally locked, the trunk lid will lock automati- cally when closed. Report the loss immediately to your car insurance company. Have the mechanical lock replaced if necessary. Controls in detail Locking and unlocking Pull remote trunk lid release switch 1.

The indicator lamp 2 comes on. It remains lit until you close the trunk again. Closing the trunk lid Warning! To prevent possible personal injury, always keep hands and fingers away from the trunk opening when closing the trunk lid.

Be espe- cially careful when small children are around. Controls in detail Locking and unlocking Locking and unlocking from the inside You can lock or unlock the vehicle from in- side using the central locking switches. This can be useful, for example, if you want to unlock the passenger door from the in- side or want to lock the vehicle before starting to drive.

The thumbwheel is located on the lower side of the seat. Controls in detail Seats Lumbar region support Press k or j on rocker switch 1. This selects the air cushion you wish to adjust. The air cushion inflates or deflates. Moving the seats forward and backward You can move the seats forward and back to facilitate loading and unloading.

When moving the seats, be sure that no one can be caught by them. Never place hands under seat or near any moving parts during a seat adjustment procedure.

The blue indicator lamps on the switch show the ventilation level selected: Level 3 Three indicator lamps on Level 2 Two indicator lamps on Level 1 One indicator lamp on Ventilation off No indicator lamp on 1 Seat ventilation switch Make sure the ignition is switched on.

All the lamps in the instrument cluster light up. Switching on the seat heater Press lower switch position 1. The red indicator lamps on the switch show the heater level selected: Seat heater off No indicator lamp on Level 1 One indicator lamp on Level 2 Two indicator lamps on 1 Seat heater switch Memory function Prior to operating the vehicle, the driv- er should check and adjust the seat height, seat position fore and aft, and seat backrest angle if necessary, to en- sure adequate control, reach and com- fort.

The head restraint should also be adjusted for proper height. Controls in detail Memory function Storing positions into memory Adjust the seats, steering wheel and rear view mirrors to the desired posi- tion page Press memory button M. Release memory button and press a stored position button 1, 2, or 3 within three seconds.

Switch ignition on if not already on. Press button 1 in center console. Exterior lamp switch The exterior lamp switch is located on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel. Relevant information can be obtained at your authorized Mercedes-Benz Cen- ter. Controls in detail Lighting USA only: The high beam headlamps can also be ac- tivated when driving with the daytime run- ning lamp mode activated and the exterior lamp switch in position M.

High beam flasher Pull the combination switch briefly in direction 2. Hazard warning flasher The hazard warning flasher can be activat- ed with the ignition switched on or off. It is activated automatically when an airbag is deployed. The switch is located above and between the center air vents. Interior lamps are switched on in dark- ness when you unlock the vehicle open a door Manual control Switching lamps on Press switch 3.

The interior lighting switches on. Switching lamps off Press switch 3 again. The interior lighting switches off. The setting selected for the interior lighting is used for the trunk lighting as well. If you leave the trunk lid open for an ex- tended period of time, the trunk light- ing will switch off automatically after Doing so may cause serious en- gine damage which is not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.

Avoid driving at excessive engine speeds, as it may result in serious en- gine damage that is not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.

To help protect the engine, the fuel supply is interrupted if the engine is operated within the red marking. Controls in detail Control system Control system The control system is activated as soon as the key in the starter switch is turned to position 1. The control system enables you call up information about your vehicle change vehicle settings For example, you can use the control sys- tem to find out when your vehicle is next due for service, to set the language for Multifunction steering wheel The displays in the multifunction display and the settings in the control system are controlled by the buttons on the multifunc- tion steering wheel page Controls in detail Control system In the menu, instead of functions Settings you will find a number of submenus for calling up and changing settings.

The number of menus available in the sys- tem depends on which optional equipment is installed in your vehicle. Menus This is what you will see when you scroll through the menus. Controls in detail Control system The table below provides an overview of the individual menus. The headings used in the menus table are designed to facilitate navigation within the system and are not neces- sarily identical to those shown in the control system displays.

The first function displayed in each menu will automatically show you which part of the system you are in.

Controls in detail Control system Select radio station Turn on the radio. Refer to the separate operating instructions. Press button è or ÿ repeatedly until you see the currently tuned sta- tion in the right display. Press button è or ÿ repeatedly until you see the message in the NAVI left display.

The message shown is the right display field depends on the status of the naviga- tion system: If the navigation system is off, the mes- sage Mercedes-Benz Center to address the malfunction and warning messages page Press button è or ÿ repeatedly The stored messages will now be displayed in order.

Should any malfunctions occur while driv- ing, the number of malfunctions will reap- pear in the right display field when the key in the starter switch is turned to position 0 or removed from the starter switch.

Controls in detail Control system Resetting all settings You can reset all the functions of all sub- menus to the factory settings.

Press the reset knob in the instrument cluster for approximately three sec- onds. In the right display you will see the re- quest to press the reset knob again to confirm. The table below shows what settings can be changed within the various menus. De- tailed instructions on making individual settings can be found on the following pag- Instrument cluster Lighting Select time display mode Set daytime running lamp mode USA only Select temperature dis- Set locator lighting play mode Controls in detail Control system Instrument cluster submenu Access the menu via the Inst.

Use the Settings Inst. The following functions are available: Function Page Select time display mode Select temperature display mode Select speedometer display Press button j or k repeatedly until you see this message in the left display: Speedometer The selection marker is on the current setting.

Use the submenu to tings Lighting change the lamp and lighting settings on your vehicle. Setting locator lighting During darkness, the following lamps will come on when the exterior lamp switch is in position U , the locator lighting fea- ture is activated, and the vehicle is un- locked by remote control: Controls in detail Control system You can reactivate this function within ten minutes by opening a door. If you do not open a door after remov- ing the key, the lamps will automatical- ly switch off after 60 seconds.

To select delayed switch-off period: Interior lighting delayed switch-off Use this function to set whether and for how long you would like the interior light- ing to remain lit during darkness after the key is removed from the starter switch.

Controls in detail Control system Setting station selection mode Use the func- Press button in audio mode tion to select the manual or memory sta- tion selection mode for the radio page Setting parking position for exterior rear view mirror You can store a parking position for the passenger exterior rear view mirror using the memory switch page Controls in detail Control system Fuel consumption statistics after start Press button ÿ or è repeatedly until you see the first function of the Trip computer menu.

Resetting fuel consumption statistics Press button ÿ or è repeatedly until you see the first function of the Trip computer menu. Press button j or k repeatedly until you see the reading that you want to reset in the left display. Press and hold the reset knob in the in- strument cluster page 21 until the value is reset to Controls in detail Control system Never operate radio transmitters equipped with a built-in or attached antenna i.

You have ended the call. In the right display you will again see the standby message. Dialing a number from the phone book If your telephone is ready to receive calls, you may select and dial a number from the phone book at any time.

Controls in detail Control system Redialing The control system stores the most recent- ly dialed phone numbers. This eliminates the need to search through your entire phone book. Press button ÿ or è repeatedly until you see the menu in the left display. Your transmission adapts its gear shifting process to your individual driving style by continually adjusting the shift points up or down.

Controls in detail Automatic transmission One-touch gearshifting Even with an automatic transmission you can change the gears yourself when the selector lever is in position D. Downshifting Briefly press the selector lever to the left in the D— direction. The transmission will shift from the cur- rent gear to the next lower gear. The selected gear range will appear in the tachometer display field. Coasting the vehicle, or driving for any other reason with selector lever in N, can result in transmission damage that is not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.

Getting out of your vehicle with the selector lever not fully engaged in position P is dan- gerous. Less throttle Earlier upshifting More throttle Later upshifting Kickdown Use kickdown when you want maximum acceleration. Press the accelerator past the point of resistance. The transmission shifts into a lower gear. Activating steering wheel gearshift control Press the program mode selector switch repeatedly until the for manu- al shift program appears in the tachom- eter display field.

Automatic gear shifting is deactivated. Upshifting Press the button located on the right side of the steering wheel. Move selector lever to P. Turn off the engine. Wait at least ten seconds before re- starting. Move selector lever to position D for 2nd gear or R. Have the transmission checked at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center as soon as possible.

Controls in detail Good visibility Headlamp cleaning system The switch is located on the left side of the dashboard.

Rear window defroster For information on the rear window de- froster page Sun visors The sun visors protect you from sun glare while driving. Controls in detail Automatic climate control Item Center air vent, adjustable Center air vent, fixed Air temperature controls for cen- ter and side air vents Air volume control for center and side air vents Center air vent, adjustable Side defroster vent Side air vent, adjustable Automatic climate control panel For draft-free ventilation, move the slid The automatic climate control is operation- al whenever the engine is running.

You can operate the climate control system in ei- ther the automatic or manual mode. The system cools or heats the interior depend- ing on the selected interior temperature and the current outside temperature.

Controls in detail Automatic climate control Adjusting the temperature for center and side air vents When outside temperatures are low, you can manually raise the air temperature for the center and side air vents. The controls 3 are located between the center air vents page Adjusting air distribution Use the air distribution controls 2 and 6 page to separately adjust the air distribution on each side of the passenger compartment. The following symbols are found on the controls: Symbol Function Directs air through the cen- ter air vents Directs air to the windows Directs air into the entire Controls in detail Automatic climate control Air recirculation mode Switch to air recirculation mode to prevent unpleasant odors from entering the vehicle from the outside.

This setting cuts off the intake of outside air and recirculates the air in the passenger compartment. Rear window defroster The rear window defroster uses a large amount of power. To keep the battery drain to a minimum, switch off the defrost- er as soon as the rear window is clear.

The defroster is automatically deactivated af- ter approximately 6 to 17 minutes of oper- ation depending on the outside temperature. Controls in detail Automatic climate control Residual heat and ventilation With the engine switched off, it is possible to continue to heat or ventilate the interior for up to 30 minutes. This feature makes use of the residual heat produced by the engine.

The compressor has turned itself off. The air condition- ing cannot be turned on again. Have the air conditioner checked at the nearest authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Controls in detail Automatic climate control Ventilated storage compartments The glove box and the armrest storage compartment are have their own air vents that allow for cooling ventilation when the automatic climate control system is acti- vated.

You should keep these air vents closed when outside temperatures are low. Power windows Opening and closing the windows The side windows can be opened and closed electrically. The switch for the passenger side is on the pas- senger door. Controls in detail Power windows Opening the front side windows Press switch 1 or 2.

The window left or right will move downwards until you release the switch. If the hardtop is open, the respective rear window will open automatically as soon as the front window is completely open.

Retractable hardtop Opening and closing the retractable hardtop For safety reasons, the retractable hardtop can only be opened and closed when the vehicle is standing still. Before operating the switch for the retract- able hardtop, make sure that no persons are injured by the moving parts retractable roof, roof frame, and trunk lid due to inat- tention. Controls in detail Retractable hardtop Luggage cover The luggage cover is located in the trunk.

Hook the luggage cover into the left and right side holders 2. Opening luggage cover Unhook luggage cover from side hold- ers. Pull up on the hardtop switch as indi- cated by the arrow until the hardtop is completely lowered into its trunk stor- age compartment and the indicator lamp in the hardtop switch goes out. The multifunction display will briefly show the message Hardtop open Be sure that the roof is dry before you open it. The hardtop is not fully closed and locked or not fully opened and locked if: If the retractable hardtop does not com- pletely open or close, the roof hydraulics will lose pressure and the retractable hardtop is lowered after approximately seven minutes when the ignition is switched on after approximately 15 seconds when the ignition is switched off Shortly before the hardtop is lowered, a warning will sound and the hardtop switch lamp will blink.

Properly lock the retractable hardtop page before continuing to drive. If the indicator lamp continues to blink af- ter you have carried out the above actions, there is a malfunction.

Have the retractable hardtop system checked at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. The retractable hardtop will not lock There is a malfunction in the retractable hardtop system. To prevent a possible accident when visibility is limited e. Controls in detail Retractable hardtop 2 Close the fastening straps Guide the fastening straps around the top of the roll bar and close the buck- les. Tighten the fastening straps if neces- sary. Lower the roll bar. Fold the upper section of the wind screen up towards the head restraints until it stops.

Opening Squeeze the stop buttons 1 and guide the sunshade towards the rear. Controls in detail Retractable hardtop Controls in detail Driving systems Driving systems The driving systems of your vehicle are de- scribed on the following pages: Briefly lift 1 or depress 2 the cruise control lever.

The speed stored in memory should only be set again if prevailing road conditions per- mit. If the Distronic distance sensor detects a slower moving vehicle directly ahead, your vehicle speed will be reduced so that you follow that vehicle at a preset distance. Controls in detail Driving systems Warning! Distronic cannot take street and traffic con- ditions into account. Only use Distronic if the weather and traffic conditions make it advisable to travel at a steady speed.

Use of Distronic can be dangerous on slip- pery roads. Distronic displays in the speedometer dial If Distronic detects a vehicle directly ahead, the DTR indicator lamp E in the speedometer dial lights up white. If the distance to the vehicle ahead is too small for the DTR to be able to maintain the preset distance, the DTR warning lamp E in the speedometer lights up red. The Distronic brakes your vehicle with a maximum of 6.

Distronic brakes the vehicle in an effort to restore the preset distance or to maintain the speed. Distronic activated When Distronic is activated the DTR sym- bol and the set speed are seen in the left display.

The cruise control lever is the uppermost lever found on the left-hand side of the steering column. Controls in detail Driving systems 1 Set speed 2 White DTR indicator lamp E The vehicle speed displayed on the speedometer can briefly vary from the speed setting on the distronic system.

Setting the current speed Accelerate or decelerate to the desired speed. Setting a lower speed Depress the cruise control lever to position 2 page and hold it down until the desired speed is reached.

Release the cruise control lever. The new speed is set. When you use the cruise control lever to decelerate, the transmission will au- tomatically downshift if the rate of de- celeration is too low. Controls in detail Driving systems Deactivating Distronic There are several ways to deactivate the Distronic system: Briefly tip the cruise control lever in the direction of arrow 3 page Step on the brake pedal. Distronic will be deactivated. The last speed set will be stored into memory.

Decreasing distance Decreasing the distance setting tells Dis- tronic to maintain a smaller following dis- tance to the vehicle ahead. As required by the traffic situation, apply the brakes and navigate around a possible ob- stacle. Distronic works to maintain the speed se- lected by the driver unless a moving obsta- cle proceeding directly ahead of it in the same travel direction is detected e. Controls in detail Driving systems Offset driving A vehicle traveling in your lane but offset from your direct line of travel may not be detected by Distronic.

There will be insuffi- cient distance to the vehicle ahead. Lane changing Distronic has not yet detected the vehicle changing lanes. Suspension tuning The suspension tuning is set according to: Controls in detail Driving systems Vehicle level control Your vehicle automatically adjusts its ride height to: With increasing speed, ride height is re- duced by up to approximately one inch 25 mm.

The following vehicle level settings can be selected when the vehicle is stationary: Vehicle level when Use for stationary Normal Normal operation Level 1 Driving with snow chains page Level 2 Very rough road surface conditions Dependent on loading The switch and the indicator lamps are lo- cated in the lower section of the center console. Parktronic is a supplemental system.

It is not intended to, nor does it replace, the need for extreme care. The responsibility during parking and other critical maneuvers always rests with the driver.

Special attention must be paid to objects with smooth surfaces or low silhouettes e. Range of the sensors To function properly, the sensors must be free of dirt, ice snow and slush. Clean the sensors regularly, being careful not to scratch or damage the sensors. Front sensors Center approx. Controls in detail Driving systems Front area warning indicator 1 Left side of the vehicle 2 Right side of the vehicle Each warning indicator is divided into six yellow and two red segments for either side of the vehicle.

The Parktronic system is ready when the border around the indi- cator is illuminated. Have the Parktronic system checked by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Cen- ter as soon as possible. Controls in detail Driving systems If only the red segments of the Parktronic Controls in detail Useful features Useful features Interior storage spaces Warning! To help avoid personal injury during a colli- sion or sudden maneuver, exercise care when stowing objects in the vehicle.

Put lug- gage or cargo in the trunk if possible. Do not pile luggage or cargo higher than the seat backs. When not in use, keep the cup holder closed. Place only containers that fit into the cup holder to prevent spills. Use lids on open containers and do not fill containers to a height where the contents, especially hot liquids, could spill during vehicle maneu- vers. Controls in detail Useful features Warning! When not in use, remove the auxiliary cup holder.

Place only containers that fit into the auxiliary cup holder to prevent spills. Use lids on open containers and do not fill con- tainers to a height where the contents, es- pecially hot liquids, could spill during vehicle maneuvers. Armrest storage spaces The buttons are located under the cushion of the armrest. Opening storage compartment Press button 2 and lift the armrest.

Locking the storage spaces The storage spaces are centrally locked when you lock the vehicle from the out Controls in detail Useful features Locking the storage compartments separately You can lock the storage compartments separately, e. Parcel net in trunk There are three nets available in the trunk to secure loads: Controls in detail Useful features Pull the strap 2 out of the holder 1. Secure the luggage with the strap so that it cannot move.

Insert the strap in the latch 3. Releasing the strap Press the release button 4 and guide the strap back to the holder. Cigarette lighter The lighter socket can be used to accom- modate electrical accessories up to a maximum of W. Push in the cigarette lighter 1. The lighter will pop out automatically when hot. Never touch the heating element or sides of the lighter; Controls in detail Useful features Switching on Make sure that the ignition is switched All the lamps in the instrument cluster should light up.

Turn lever in the direction of arrow 1. The steering wheel is heated. Indicator lamp 2 lights up. Switching off Turn lever in the direction of arrow 3. The external antenna must be approved by Mercedes-Benz. Please contact an autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center for informa- tion on the installation of an approved external antenna. Refer to the radio trans- mitter operation instructions regarding use of an external antenna.

Please do not forget that your primary re- sponsibility is to drive the vehicle. For your safety and the safety of others, we rec- ommend that you pull over to a safe location and stop before placing or taking a tele- phone call.

If a malfunction is indicated as outlined above, the system may not operate as ex- pected. Have the system checked at the nearest Mercedes-Benz Center as soon as possible Emergency calls An emergency call is initiated automatical- following an accident in which the The Tele Aid system is available if: Activation requires a subscription for monitoring services, connection and cellular air time the relevant cellular phone network and GPS signals are available and pass the information on to the response cen- ter.

Press and hold the button for longer than 2 seconds A call to a Mercedes-Benz Roadside As- sistance dispatcher will be initiated. The button will flash while the call is in progress. This func- tion permits the Mercedes-Benz Road- side Assistance dispatcher to download malfunction codes and actu- al vehicle data. For more details concerning the Tele Aid system, please visit www. In case you have locked your vehicle unin- tentionally e. You will be asked to provide your pass- word which you provided when you completed the subscriber agreement.

Report the incident to the police The police will issue a numbered inci- dent report. Pass this number on to the Mercedes-Benz Response Center along with your password issued to you when you subscribed to the service. A second person may make the following training procedures quicker and easier. Locate training button on the garage Operation of remote control Turn key in starter switch to position 2.

Select and press the appropriate but- ton to activate the remote controlled device. The integrated remote control trans- mitter continues to send the signal as long as the button is pressed — up to 20 seconds.

Operation The first miles km Driving instructions At the gas station Engine compartment Tires and wheels Winter driving Maintenance Vehicle care The first miles km The more cautiously you treat your vehicle during the break-in period, the more satis- fied you will be with its performance later Drive your vehicle during the first miles km at varying but Mercedes-Benz Center Fuel consumption is also increased by driv- ing in cold weather, in stop-and-go traffic, on short trips and in hilly country.

Operation Driving instructions Power assistance Warning! The brake system requires electrical energy for operation. Have the brake system inspected at an au- thorized Mercedes-Benz Center immedi- ately.

All checks and service work on the brake system should be carried out by an autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center. Doing so may cause serious damage to the drive train which is not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.

Simultaneously depressing the acceler- ator pedal and applying the brake re- duces engine performance and causes premature brake and drivetrain wear. Inspect the tires and the vehicle underbody for possible damage. If the vehicle or tires appear unsafe, have it towed to the nearest Mercedes-Benz Center or tire dealer for re- pairs.

Tread wear indicators TWI are required by law. These indicators are located in six If ice has formed on the road, tire traction will be substantially reduced.

Under such weather conditions, drive, steer and brake with extreme caution. On packed snow, they can reduce your stopping distance as compared with summer tires. Winter driving instructions The most important rule for slippery or icy roads is to drive sensibly and to avoid abrupt acceleration, braking and steering maneuvers. Do not use the cruise control system under such conditions. When the vehicle is in danger of skidding, move selector lever to position N. The trunk is the preferred place to carry ob- jects.

Driving abroad Abroad, there is a widely-spread Mercedes-Benz service network at your disposal. If you plan to drive into areas which are not listed in the index of your Mercedes-Benz Center directory, you should request pertinent information from your authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Refer to the radio transmitter operation in- structions regarding use of an external an- tenna. Catalytic converter Your Mercedes-Benz is equipped with monolithic type catalytic converters, an important element in conjunction with the oxygen sensors to achieve substantial con- trol of the pollutants in the exhaust emis- sions.

Mercedes-Benz Center authorized techni- cians. Engine adjustments should not be altered in any way. Moreover, the specified service jobs must be carried out regularly according to Mercedes-Benz servicing re- quirements. For details refer to the Service Booklet.

At the gas station Warning! Gasoline is highly flammable and poisonous. It burns violently and can cause serious inju- ry. Whenever you are around gasoline, avoid inhaling fumes and skin contact, extinguish all smoking materials. Never allow sparks, flame or smoking materials near gasoline! The fuel filler flap is located on the right-hand side of the vehicle towards the rear. Engine compartment Hood Warning!

Do not pull the release lever while the vehi- cle is in motion. Otherwise the hood could be forced open by passing air flow. Opening 1 Hood release Pull lever 1 downwards. The hood is unlocked. To avoid damage to the windshield wip- ers or hood, never open the hood if the wiper arms are folded forward away Operation Engine compartment Warning!

If you see flames or smoke coming from the engine compartment, or if the coolant tem- perature gauge indicates that the engine is overheated, do not open the hood. Move away from the vehicle and do not open the hood until the engine has cooled. Avoid environmental damage caused by oil entering the ground or water. Excessive oil must be siphoned or drained off. It could cause damage to the engine and catalytic converter not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.

Screw the cap back on the filler neck. The transmission fluid level does not need to be checked. If you notice transmission fluid loss or gear shifting malfunctions, have an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center check the automatic transmission.

In order to avoid any possibly serious burns: Use extreme caution when opening the hood if there are any signs of steam or coolant leaking from the cooling system, or if the coolant temperature gauge indi- cates that the coolant is overheated. When replacing batteries, always use bat- teries approved by Mercedes-Benz. If you do not intend to operate your vehicle for an extended period of time, consult an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center about steps you need to observe.

Windshield washer system and headlamp cleaning system Fluid for the windshield washer system and the headlamp cleaning system is supplied from the windshield washer reservoir.

It has a capacity of approx. When replacing rims, only use genuine Mercedes-Benz wheel bolts specified for the particular rim type.

Failure to do so can re- sult in the bolts loosening and may lead to an accident. Life of tires The service life of a tire is dependent upon various factors including but not limited to: Driving style Tire pressure Distance driven Warning! Tires and spare tire should be replaced after six years, independently of the remaining tread.

Operation Tires and wheels Regularly check your tire pressure at inter- vals of no more than 14 days. Tire pressure changes by approximately 1. Keep this in mind when checking tire pressure where the temperature is different from the outside temperature. Follow recommend tire pressures. Do not overinflate tires. Overinflating tires can result in sudden deflation blowout be- cause they are more likely to become punc- tured or damaged by road debris, potholes etc.

Do not underinflate tires. Underinflated tires wear unevenly, adversely affect handling and fuel economy, and are more likely to fail from being overheated.

Have the tightening torque checked after changing a wheel. Wheels could become loose if not tightened with a torque of 96 ft. Only use genuine Mercedes-Benz wheel bolts specified for your vehicle's rims. Winter driving Before the onset of winter have your vehi- cle winterized at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. This service in- cludes: Check of anticorrosion and antifreeze concentration. Addition of cleaning concentrate to the water of the windshield and headlamp cleaning system.

Chains should only be used on the rear wheels. Follow the manufacturer's mounting instructions. Only use snow chains that are ap- proved by Mercedes-Benz. Your autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center will be glad to advise you on this subject. Use of snow chains is not permissible If you have exceeded the suggested ser- vice term, you will see the following mes- sage in the tachometer display field: Service A exceeded by xx days Service A exceeded by xx miles km The Mercedes-Benz Center will reset the service indicator following a completed service.

Resetting the service indicator In the event that the service on your vehi- cle is not carried out by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center, you can reset the service indicator yourself. The standard display of the control sys- tem appears page Post-production treatment is neither necessary nor recommended by Mercedes-Benz because of the possibility of incompatibility between materials used in the production process and others ap- plied later.

Vehicle washing Do not use hot water or wash your vehicle in direct sunlight. Only use a mild car wash detergent, such as Mercedes-Benz ap- proved Car Shampoo. Thoroughly spray the vehicle with a dif- fused jet of water. Direct only a very weak spray towards the ventilation intake. To prevent scratches, never apply strong force and only use a soft, non-scratchy cloth when cleaning the sensor. Mercedes-Benz approved Wheel Care should be used for regular cleaning of the light alloy wheels.

If possible, clean wheels once a week with Mercedes-Benz approved Wheel Care, us- ing a soft bristle brush and a strong spray of water. Follow instructions on container. Operation Vehicle care Steering wheel and gear selector lever Wipe with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly or clean with Mercedes-Benz approved Leather Care. Cup holder Use a gentle dishwashing detergent or mild detergent for delicate fabrics as a washing solution. Wipe with a cloth moist- ened in lukewarm solution. Practical hints What to do if … Where will I find?

Suggested solution Turn the ESP back on page If the ESP cannot be turned back on, have the system checked at an autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center as soon as possible. During take-off apply as little throttle as possible. Continue driving with added caution. Wheels may lock during hard braking, reducing steering capability. Have the system checked at an autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center as soon as possible.

Failure to follow these instructions in- creases the risk of an accident. For your safety, we strongly recommend that you visit an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center immedi- ately to have the system checked; otherwise the SRS may not be activated when needed in an accident, which could result in serious Read and observe messages in the display page Carefully stop the vehicle and notify an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center.

Do not add brake fluid! This will not solve the problem. If you find that the brake fluid in the Have the cooling system checked. Avoid high engine loads e. Stop as soon as possible and allow the engine and coolant to cool down. Attempt to raise the roll bar manually. Have the roll bar checked by an au- thorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Refuel at the next gas station page Check the fuel cap page Suggested solution Have the vehicle checked as soon as possible by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center.

An on-board diagnostic connector is used by the service station to link the vehicle to the shop diagnostics sys- tem. It allows the accurate identifica All messages contain important information which should be taken note of and, where a malfunction is indicated, addressed as soon as possible at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Failure to repair condition noted may cause damage not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty, or result in property dam- age or personal injury.

Visit an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center as soon as possible. Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do Press the vehicle level control button to se- lect level 2 page Mercedes-Benz Center as soon as possible. The SBC brake system is still Failure to follow these instructions increases the functioning normally but without risk of accident.

If the ESP message does not go out: You have turned off the engine Place the selector lever in position P. Practical hints What to do if … Continue driving with added caution. Stop the vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so. Stop immediately and check the poly-V-belt. If it is broken Do not continue to drive. Notify an autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center. If it is in order Drive immediately to the nearest autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center. Adjust driv- ing to be consistent with reduced braking responsiveness.

Have the brake pads replaced as soon as possible. Do not drive any further. Stop the vehicle and notify an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Significantly greater force must be applied to the brake pedal. Call for roadside assistance. There is insufficient brake fluid in the reservoir. Visit an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center immediately. Adjust driving to be consistent with reduced braking responsiveness. Driving while these messages are displayed can result in an accident.

Have your brake system checked immediately. The brake system is overheated due to an excessive load on the brakes. The message disappears when sufficient voltage is available. Change the position of the card in the vehi- cle. Operate the vehicle with the key if neces- sary. Take the card out of the vehicle. Practical hints What to do if … Left display Right display Chip card!

You are driving with the parking brake set. Insert key in the starter switch. Do not ignore the low engine coolant level warning.

Extended driving with this message and symbol displayed may cause serious engine damage not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty. Close the trunk lid. You could otherwise damage the engine. If it is broken, do not drive any further. Notify an authorized Mercedes-Benz Cen- ter. If it is in order, drive immediately to the nearest authorized Mercedes-Benz Cen- ter.

A backup bulb has been brought into use. Observe the coolant temperature gauge. Have the fan replaced as soon as possible. What to do if … Have the LEDs replaced as soon as possible. Have the LEDs replaced as soon as possible. Replace the bulb as soon as possible. The rear left side marker lamp is malfunctioning. The rear right side marker lamp is malfunctioning. The right front parking lamp is mal- functioning.

Switch on headlamps using the exterior lamp switch. Have the engine checked as soon as possible by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center page Close the hood page Carefully bring the vehicle to a halt as soon as possible. Check the engine oil level page and add oil as required. If you must add engine oil frequently, have the engine checked for possible leaks. Have the oil checked.

Have the measuring system checked by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Left display Right display Tire pressure Caution tire defect! Tire pressure ChecK tires! Do not drive with a flat tire.

A flat tire affects the ability to steer or brake the vehicle. You may lose control of the vehicle. Possible cause Possible solution One or more tires is rapidly deflat Practical hints What to do if … Left display Right display Tire pressure Pressure display after control activated!

Practical hints What to do if … Have the tire inflation pressure monitor checked by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Carefully bring the vehicle to a halt, avoiding abrupt steering and braking maneuvers. Tire pressure, RR Check tires! Tire pressure, FL Caution tire defect! A flat tire affects Possible cause Possible solution The right rear tire is rapidly deflat Tire pressure, FR Caution tire defect!

Tire pressure, FR Check tires! A flat tire affects Possible cause Possible solution The left front tire pressure is low. The right front tire is rapidly deflat- ing. Raise the roll bar using the roll bar switch page Have the roll bar checked by an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center. The displays for several systems Have the electronic systems checked by an au- have malfunctioned. Some sys- thorized Mercedes-Benz Center. Certain electronic systems are un- Have the electronic systems checked by an au- able to relay information to the thorized Mercedes-Benz Center page The following sys- tems may have failed: Practical hints Where will I find?

Where will I find? First aid kit The first aid kit is located in storage space under the passenger seat. Fold the lid 2 down. You can now remove the first-aid kit. Vehicles with spare wheel 1 Spare wheel 2 Electric air pump 3 Vehicle tool kit 4 Battery for electrical consumers 5 Jack under spare wheel 6 Wheel wrench under spare wheel Practical hints Where will I find? Unlocking the trunk If you are unable to unlock the trunk with the key, open the trunk with the mechani- cal key as follows: Trunk lid lock 1 Unlocking Insert the mechanical key into the trunk lid lock.

Perform the following two steps simul- taneously: Turn the key counterclockwise to position 1. It should gradually lower into the trunk. When top is completely lowered, return locking screw 2 to its original position.