2001 Mercedes-Benz C Class Owner's Manual

2001 Mercedes-Benz C Class owners manual
Year:
2001
Make:
Mercedes-Benz
Model:
C Class
Rating:
(8)

Online manual

Size:
18.33 MB

Table of Contents

Jacket - <GRAPHIK>
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Cover - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Title -
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CapLetter -
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Intro - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - C\x11240 C\x11320
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Para - Our company and staff congratulate you on the purchase of your new Mercedes-Benz.
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Para - Your selection of our product is a demonstration of your trust in our company name. Furthe...
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Para - Your Mercedes-Benz represents the efforts of many skilled engineers and craftsmen. To ensu...
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ItemizedList - • Please read this manual carefully before putting it aside. Then return it to you...
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Item - • Please read this manual carefully before putting it aside. Then return it to your vehicl...
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Item - • Please abide by the recommendations contained in this manual. They are designed to acqua...
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Item - • Please abide by the warnings and cautions contained in this manual. They are designed to...
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Para - We extend our best wishes for many miles of safe, pleasurable driving.
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Para - Daimler
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ToC - Introduction
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Title - Introduction
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ToCEntry - Product information 1
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ToCEntry - Operator’s manual 2
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ToCEntry - Where to find it 7
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ToCEntry - Reporting Safety Defects 9
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Title - Instruments and controls
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ToCEntry - Instruments and controls 12
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ToCEntry - Door control panel 14
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ToCSubEntry - Door control panel 14
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ToCSubEntry - Overhead control panel 15
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ToCSubEntry - Dashboard 16
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ToCSubEntry - Center console 18
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Title - Operation
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ToCEntry - Vehicle keys 22
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ToCEntry - Start lock-out 24
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ToCEntry - General notes on the central locking system 24
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ToCEntry - Central locking system 25
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ToCEntry - Radio frequency and infrared remote control 25
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ToCSubEntry - Radio frequency and infrared remote control 25
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ToCSubEntry - Locking and unlocking 27
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ToCSubEntry - Choosing global or selective mode on remote control 27
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ToCSubEntry - Opening the trunk 28
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ToCSubEntry - Opening and closing windows and sliding / pop-up roof from outside 29
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ToCSubEntry - Panic button 30
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ToCSubEntry - Mechanical keys 30
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ToCEntry - Doors 31
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ToCEntry - Central locking switch 33
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ToCEntry - Automatic central locking 34
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ToCEntry - Emergency unlocking in case of accident 34
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ToCEntry - Trunk 35
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ToCEntry - Trunk lid release switch 37
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ToCEntry - Antitheft alarm system 38
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ToCEntry - Tow-away alarm 39
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ToCEntry - Easy-entry/exit feature 41
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ToCEntry - Front seat adjustment 42
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ToCEntry - Removal and installation of front seat head restraints 47
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ToCEntry - Multicontour seat 49
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ToCEntry - Heated seats 50
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ToCEntry - Rear seat head restraints 52
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ToCEntry - Seat belts and integrated restraint system 55
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ToCEntry - Seat belts 55
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ToCEntry - Seat belt nonusage warning system 56
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ToCEntry - BabySmart
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ToCEntry - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) 63
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ToCEntry - Emergency tensioning retractor (ETR) 64
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ToCEntry - Airbags 65
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ToCEntry - Safety guidelines for the seat belt, emergency tensioning retractor and airbag 72
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ToCEntry - Infant and child restraint systems 73
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ToCEntry - Steering wheel adjustment (manual) 77
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ToCEntry - Steering wheel adjustment (electrical) 79
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ToCEntry - Rear view mirrors 80
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ToCEntry - Instrument cluster 88
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ToCEntry - Multifunction steering wheel, multifunction display 92
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ToCEntry - Trip and main odometer, FSS, coolant temperature, vehicle speed, engine oil level indi...
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ToCEntry - Audio systems 98
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ToCEntry - Radio 98
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ToCSubEntry - Radio 98
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ToCSubEntry - CD player 99
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ToCSubEntry - Cassette player 100
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ToCEntry - Telephone 101
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ToCEntry - Navigation system 106
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ToCEntry - Trip computer 107
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ToCEntry - Malfunction/warning message memory 109
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ToCEntry - Individual settings 111
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ToCEntry - Setting the audio volume 123
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ToCEntry - Coolant temperature gauge 124
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ToCEntry - Flexible service system (FSS) 125
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ToCEntry - Engine oil level indicator 128
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ToCEntry - Engine oil consumption 129
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ToCEntry - Exterior lamp switch 130
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ToCEntry - Headlamp mode 131
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ToCEntry - Night security illumination 132
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ToCEntry - Locator lighting 133
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ToCSubEntry - Locator lighting 133
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ToCEntry - Headlamp cleaning system 133
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ToCEntry - Combination switch 134
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ToCEntry - Hazard warning flasher switch 137
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ToCEntry - Climate control 138
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ToCEntry - Automatic climate control 146
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ToCEntry - Front center console storage compartment ventilation 158
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ToCEntry - Rear passenger compartment adjustable air outlets 159
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ToCEntry - Operation Audio and telephone 160
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ToCEntry - Operating safety 160
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ToCEntry - Operating and display elements 161
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ToCEntry - Button and soft key operation 163
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ToCEntry - Operation 163
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ToCEntry - Power windows 184
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ToCEntry - Sliding/pop-up roof 187
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ToCEntry - Interior lighting 189
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ToCEntry - Rear window sunshade 191
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ToCEntry - Sun visors 192
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ToCEntry - Vanity mirrors 192
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ToCEntry - Interior 193
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ToCEntry - Storage compartments and armrests 193
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ToCEntry - Glove box 194
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ToCSubEntry - Glove box 194
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ToCEntry - Cup holder 197
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ToCEntry - Ashtrays 199
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ToCEntry - Lighter 201
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ToCEntry - Parcel net in front passenger footwell 202
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ToCEntry - Ski sack 202
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ToCEntry - Enlarged cargo area 207
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ToCEntry - Split folding rear seat bench 207
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ToCEntry - Loading instructions (vehicle with enlarged cargo area) 209
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ToCEntry - Cellular telephone 210
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ToCEntry - Telephone, general 211
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ToCEntry - Garage door opener 212
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Title - Driving
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ToCEntry - Control and operation of radio transmitters 218
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ToCEntry - The first 1 000 miles (1 500 km) 219
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ToCEntry - Maintenance 219
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ToCEntry - Tele Aid 220
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ToCEntry - Catalytic converter 228
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ToCEntry - Emission control 229
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ToCEntry - Starter switch 230
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ToCEntry - Starting and turning off the engine 232
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ToCEntry - Manual transmission 233
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ToCEntry - Automatic transmission 234
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ToCEntry - Parking brake 243
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ToCEntry - Driving instructions 244
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ToCEntry - Drive sensibly – Save Fuel 244
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ToCSubEntry - Drive sensibly – Save Fuel 244
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ToCSubEntry - Drinking and driving 244
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ToCSubEntry - Pedals 244
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ToCSubEntry - Power assistance 245
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ToCSubEntry - Brakes 245
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ToCSubEntry - Driving off 246
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ToCSubEntry - Parking 246
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ToCSubEntry - Tires 247
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ToCSubEntry - Snow chains 250
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ToCSubEntry - Winter driving instructions 250
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ToCSubEntry - Deep water 252
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ToCSubEntry - Passenger compartment 253
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ToCSubEntry - Traveling abroad 253
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ToCEntry - Cruise control 254
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ToCEntry - Brake assist system (BAS) 257
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ToCEntry - Antilock brake system (ABS) 258
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ToCEntry - Electronic stability program (ESP) 260
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ToCEntry - What you should know at the gas station 264
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ToCEntry - Check regularly and before a long trip 266
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Title - Instrument cluster display
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ToCEntry - Malfunction and indicator lamps in the instrument cluster 268
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ToCEntry - On-board diagnostic system 268
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ToCEntry - Check engine malfunction indicator lamp 268
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ToCSubEntry - Check engine malfunction indicator lamp 268
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ToCSubEntry - Brake warning lamp 270
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ToCSubEntry - Supplemental restraint system (SRS) indicator lamp 271
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ToCSubEntry - Fuel reserve warning 271
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ToCSubEntry - ABS malfunction indicator lamp 272
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ToCSubEntry - Electronic stability program (ESP) — warning lamp 273
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ToCEntry - Seat belt nonusage warning lamp 273
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ToCEntry - Malfunction and indicator lamp in the center console 273
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ToCEntry - AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp 273
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ToCSubEntry - AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp 273
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ToCEntry - Malfunction and warning messages in the multifunction display 274
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ToCEntry - DISPLAY DEFECTIVE 275
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ToCSubEntry - DISPLAY DEFECTIVE 275
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ToCSubEntry - BATTERY / ALTERNATOR 276
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ToCSubEntry - ANTILOCK BRAKE SYSTEM 277
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ToCSubEntry - BRAKE ASSIST 277
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ToCSubEntry - BRAKE LINING WEAR 278
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ToCSubEntry - BRAKE FLUID 278
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ToCSubEntry - PARKING BRAKE 279
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ToCSubEntry - SEAT BELT SYSTEM 279
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ToCSubEntry - ELEC. STABIL. PROG. (Electronic stability program) 280
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ToCSubEntry - COOLANT (coolant level) 281
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ToCSubEntry - COOLANT (coolant temperature) 282
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ToCSubEntry - ENGINE OIL LEVEL 283
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ToCSubEntry - LIGHTING SYSTEM 284
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ToCSubEntry - LIGHT SENSOR 286
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ToCSubEntry - DOOR 286
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ToCSubEntry - TRUNK OPEN 287
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ToCSubEntry - HOOD 287
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ToCSubEntry - TELEPHONE – FUNCTION 288
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ToCSubEntry - TELE AID 288
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ToCSubEntry - WASHER FLUID 289
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ToCSubEntry - RESTRAINT SYSTEM 290
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ToCSubEntry - KEY 290
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ToCSubEntry - FUEL RESERVE 291
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ToCSubEntry - UNDERVOLTAGE 291
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ToCSubEntry - STEER. WHEEL ADJUST. 292
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ToCSubEntry - ENTRANCE POSITION 292
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Title - Practical hints
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ToCEntry - First aid kit 294
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ToCEntry - Stowing things in the vehicle 294
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ToCEntry - Fuses 295
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ToCEntry - Hood 297
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ToCEntry - Checking engine oil level 300
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ToCEntry - Automatic transmission fluid level 301
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ToCEntry - Coolant level 301
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ToCEntry - Adding coolant 302
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ToCSubEntry - Adding coolant 302
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ToCEntry - Windshield and headlamp washer system 302
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ToCEntry - Spare wheel, vehicle tools, storage compartment 304
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ToCEntry - Vehicle jack 305
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ToCEntry - Wheels 306
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ToCEntry - Tire replacement 306
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ToCSubEntry - Tire replacement 306
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ToCSubEntry - Rotating wheels 307
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ToCEntry - Spare wheel 308
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ToCEntry - Changing wheels 309
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ToCEntry - Tire inflation pressure 315
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ToCEntry - Battery 316
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ToCEntry - Jump starting 318
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ToCEntry - Towing the vehicle 321
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ToCEntry - Transmission selector lever, manually unlocking 325
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ToCSubEntry - Transmission selector lever, manually unlocking 325
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ToCEntry - Exterior lamps 326
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ToCEntry - Replacing bulbs 326
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ToCSubEntry - Replacing bulbs 326
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ToCEntry - Trunk lamp 331
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ToCEntry - Changing batteries in the electronic main key 332
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ToCEntry - Synchronizing remote control 334
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ToCSubEntry - Synchronizing remote control 334
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ToCEntry - Emergency engine shut-down 334
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ToCEntry - Fuel filler flap, manual release 335
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ToCEntry - Replacing wiper blade insert 337
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ToCEntry - Roof rack 338
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Title - Vehicle care
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ToCEntry - Cleaning and care of the vehicle 340
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ToCEntry - Power washer 341
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ToCSubEntry - Power washer 341
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ToCSubEntry - Tar stains 341
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ToCSubEntry - Paintwork, painted body components 341
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ToCSubEntry - Engine cleaning 342
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ToCSubEntry - Vehicle washing 342
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ToCSubEntry - Ornamental moldings 343
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ToCSubEntry - Headlamps, taillamps, turn signal lenses 343
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ToCSubEntry - Window cleaning 343
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ToCSubEntry - Wiper blade 343
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ToCSubEntry - Light alloy wheels 344
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ToCSubEntry - Instrument cluster 344
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ToCSubEntry - Steering wheel and gear selector lever 344
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ToCSubEntry - Cup holder 344
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ToCSubEntry - Seat belts 345
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ToCSubEntry - Headliner and shelf below rear window 345
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ToCSubEntry - Leather upholstery 345
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ToCSubEntry - Hard plastic trim items 345
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ToCSubEntry - Plastic and rubber parts 345
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Title - Technical data
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ToCEntry - Spare parts service 348
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ToCEntry - Warranty coverage 348
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ToCEntry - Identification labels 349
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ToCEntry - Layout of poly-V-belt drive 350
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ToCEntry - Technical data 351
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ToCEntry - Fuels, coolants, lubricants etc. - capacities 355
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ToCEntry - Engine oils 357
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ToCEntry - Engine oil additives 357
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ToCEntry - Air conditioner refrigerant 357
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ToCEntry - Brake fluid 357
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ToCEntry - Premium unleaded gasoline 358
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ToCEntry - Fuel requirements 358
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ToCEntry - Gasoline additives 359
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ToCEntry - Coolants 359
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ToCEntry - Consumer information 361
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ToCEntry - Uniform tire quality grading 361
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Title - Index
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ToCEntry - Index 364
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Intro - Introduction
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Section - Introduction
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Title - Introduction
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Hypertext - Introduction
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Marker - Product information
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Para - Kindly observe the following in your own best interest:
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Para - We recommend using Mercedes-Benz original parts as well as conversion parts and accessorie...
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Para - We have tested these parts to determine their reliability, safety and their special suitab...
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Para - We are unable to make an assessment for other products and therefore cannot be held respon...
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Para - Mercedes-Benz original parts as well as conversion parts and accessories approved by us ar...
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Section - Operator’s manual
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Title - Operator’s manual
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Marker - Operator’s manual
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Para - This Operator’s Manual contains a great deal of useful information. We urge you to read it...
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Para - For your own safety and longer service life of the vehicle, we urge you to follow the inst...
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Para - Your vehicle may have some or all of the equipment described in this manual. Therefore, yo...
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Subtitle - Service and warranty information
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Bold - Service and warranty information
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Para - The Service and Warranty Information Booklet contains detailed information about the warra...
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ItemizedList - • New Car Limited Warranty,
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Item - • New Car Limited Warranty,
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Item - • Emission System Warranty,
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Item - • Emission Performance Warranty,
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Item - • California, Massachusetts, and Vermont Emission Control System Warranty (California, Mas...
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Item - • State Warranty Enforcement Laws (Lemon Laws).
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Subtitle - Important notice for California retail buyers of Mercedes-Benz automobiles
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Bold - Important notice for California retail buyers of Mercedes-Benz automobiles
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Para - Under California law you may be entitled to a replacement of your vehicle or a refund of t...
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Subtitle - Maintenance
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Bold - Maintenance
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Para - The Service Booklet describes all the necessary maintenance work which should be performed...
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Para - Always have the Service Booklet with you when you take the vehicle to your authorized Merc...
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Subtitle - Roadside assistance
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Bold - Roadside assistance
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Para - The Mercedes-Benz Roadside Assistance Program provides factory trained technical help in t...
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ItemizedList - 1-800-FOR-MERCedes (in the USA) 1-800-387-0100 (in Canada)
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Item - 1-800-FOR-MERCedes (in the USA) 1-800-387-0100 (in Canada)
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Bold - 1-800-FOR-MERCedes (in the USA) 1-800-387-0100 (in Canada)
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Para - will be answered by Mercedes-Benz Client Assistance Representatives 24\x11hours a day, 365\x11da...
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Para - For additional information refer to the Mercedes-Benz Roadside Assistance Program brochure...
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Subtitle - Change of address or ownership
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Bold - Change of address or ownership
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Para - If you change your address, be sure to send in the
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Para - If you sell your Mercedes, please leave all literature with the vehicle to make it availab...
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Para - If you bought this vehicle used, be sure to send in the
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Subtitle - Operating your vehicle outside the USA or Canada
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Bold - Operating your vehicle outside the USA or Canada
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Para - If you plan to operate your vehicle in foreign countries, please be aware that:
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ItemizedList - • Service facilities or replacement parts may not be readily available,
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Item - • Service facilities or replacement parts may not be readily available,
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Item - • unleaded gasoline for vehicles with catalytic converters may not be available; the use o...
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Item - • gasoline may have a considerably lower octane rating, and improper fuel can cause engine...
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Para - Certain Mercedes-Benz models are available for delivery in Europe under our European Deliv...
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Table - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - In the USA:
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Entry - In Canada:
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Mercedes-Benz usa, LLC European Delivery Department One Mercedes Drive Montvale, NJ 07645...
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Entry - Mercedes-Benz Canada, Inc. European Delivery Department 849 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto,...
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Para - We continuously strive to improve our product, and ask for your understanding that we rese...
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Para - Optional equipment is also described in this manual, including operating instructions wher...
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Para - If there are any equipment details that are not shown or described in this Operator’s Manu...
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Para - The Operator’s Manual and Service Booklet are important documents and should be kept with ...
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Section - Where to find it
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Title - Where to find it
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Marker - Where to find it
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Para - The Operator’s Manual is divided into eight sections:
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ItemizedList - • Instruments and controls:
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Item - • Instruments and controls:
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Bold - • Instruments and controls:
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Item - • Operation:
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Bold - • Operation:
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Item - • Driving:
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Bold - • Driving:
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Item - • Instrument cluster display:
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Bold - • Instrument cluster display:
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Item - • Practical hints:
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Bold - • Practical hints:
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Item - • Car care:
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Bold - • Car care:
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Item - • Technical data:
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Bold - • Technical data:
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Item - • Index:
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Bold - • Index:
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Para - Other documents may also be supplied, depending on your vehicle’s equipment.
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Para - Explanation of color used:
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Table - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning notices for the protection of yourself and others appear on red background.
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SpecSection - Problems with your vehicle
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Title - Problems with your vehicle
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Marker - Problems with your vehicle
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SimplePara - If you should experience a problem with your vehicle, particularly one that you beli...
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DefinitionList - In the
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Definition - In the
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Item - Client Assistance Center Mercedes-Benz
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Definition - In Canada:
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Item - Customer Relations Department Mercedes-Benz Canada, Inc. 849 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto,...
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Code - For the
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SpecSection - Reporting Safety Defects
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Title - Reporting Safety Defects
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Marker - Reporting Safety Defects
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SimplePara - If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cau...
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SimplePara - If
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SimplePara - To contact
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ToC - Contents - Instruments and controls
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Title - Contents - Instruments and controls
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Marker - Contents - Instruments and controls
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ToCEntry - Instruments and controls 12
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ToCEntry - Door control panel 14
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ToCSubEntry - Door control panel 14
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ToCSubEntry - Overhead control panel 15
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ToCSubEntry - Dashboard 16
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ToCSubEntry - Center console 18
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Part - Instruments and controls
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Section - Instruments and controls
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Title - Instruments and controls
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Hypertext - Instruments and controls
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Marker - Instruments and controls
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Door control panel, see page\x11
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Item - 1 Door control panel, see page\x11
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Item - 2 Overhead control panel, see page\x11
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Item - 3 Dashboard, see page\x11
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Item - 4 Center console, see page\x11
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Subsection - Door control panel
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Title - Door control panel
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Marker - Door control panel
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Door handle, pull to open, see page\x11
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Item - 1 Door handle, pull to open, see page\x11
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Item - 2 Memory function (for storing seat, steering wheel and exterior rear view mirror settings...
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Item - 3 Front seat adjustment, see page\x11
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Item - 4 Steering wheel adjustment, see page\x11
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Item - 5 Power windows, see page\x11
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Item - 6 Switch for rear door window override, see page\x11
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Item - 7 Trunk lid release switch, see page\x11
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Subsection - Overhead control panel
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Title - Overhead control panel
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Marker - Overhead control panel
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Bold - Overhead control panel
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Interior lighting, see page\x11
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Item - 1 Interior lighting, see page\x11
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Item - 2 Tele Aid (emergency call system), see page\x11
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Item - 3 Sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof, see page\x11
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Item - 4 Hands-free microphone for Tele Aid and optional telephone with voice recognition system
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Item - 5 Rear view mirror, see page\x11
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Item - 6 Garage door opener, see page\x11
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Subsection - Dashboard
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Title - Dashboard
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Marker - Dashboard
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Bold - Dashboard
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Hood lock release, see page\x11
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Item - 1 Hood lock release, see page\x11
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Item - 2 Parking brake pedal, see page\x11
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Item - 3 Steering wheel adjustment (manual), see page\x11
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Item - 4 Parking brake release, see page\x11
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Item - 5 Exterior lamp switch, see page\x11
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Item - 6 Combination switch, see page\x11
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Item - 7 Exterior mirror adjustment, see page\x11
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Item - 8 Headlamp washer button, see page\x11
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Item - 9 Cruise control switch, see page\x11
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Item - 10 Multifunction steering wheel, see page\x11
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Item - 11 Instrument cluster, see page\x11
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Item - 12 Voice recognition system switch, see separate operating instructions
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Item - 13 Starter switch, see page\x11
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Item - 14 Glove box lid release, see page\x11
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Item - 15 Glove box lock, see page\x11
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Subsection - Center console
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Title - Center console
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Marker - Center console
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Left front seat heater switch, see page\x11
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Item - 1 Left front seat heater switch, see page\x11
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Item - 2 Rear window sunshade (optional), see page\x11
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Item - 3 ESP (electronic stability program) control switch, see page\x11
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Item - 4 Hazard warning flasher switch, see page\x11
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Item - 5 Central locking switch, see page\x11
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Item - 6 Rear seat head restraints, see page\x11
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Item - 7 Antitheft alarm system, see page\x11
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Item - 8 Right front seat heater switch, see page\x11
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Item - 9 AIRBAG OFF
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CapLetter - 9 AIRBAG OFF
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Item - 10 COMAND system (optional), see separate operating\x11instructions, or audio system, see page\x11
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Item - 11 Climate control (C\x11240), see page\x11
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Item - 12 Ashtray, see page\x11
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Item - 13 Automatic transmission, see page\x11
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Item - 14 Storage compartment, see page\x11
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Item - 15 Armrest, see page\x11
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ToC - Contents - Operation
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Title - Contents - Operation
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Marker - Contents - Operation
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ToCEntry - Vehicle keys 22
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ToCEntry - Start lock-out 24
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ToCEntry - General notes on the central locking system 24
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ToCEntry - Central locking system 25
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ToCEntry - Radio frequency and infrared remote control 25
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ToCSubEntry - Radio frequency and infrared remote control 25
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ToCSubEntry - Locking and unlocking 27
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ToCSubEntry - Choosing global or selective mode on remote control 27
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ToCSubEntry - Opening the trunk 28
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ToCSubEntry - Opening and closing windows and sliding / pop-up roof from outside 29
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ToCSubEntry - Panic button 30
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ToCSubEntry - Mechanical keys 30
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ToCEntry - Doors 31
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ToCEntry - Central locking switch 33
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ToCEntry - Automatic central locking 34
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ToCEntry - Emergency unlocking in case of accident 34
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ToCEntry - Trunk 35
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ToCEntry - Trunk lid release switch 37
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ToCEntry - Antitheft alarm system 38
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ToCEntry - Tow-away alarm 39
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ToCEntry - Easy-entry/exit feature 41
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ToCEntry - Front seat adjustment 42
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ToCEntry - Removal and installation of front seat head restraints 47
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ToCEntry - Multicontour seat 49
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ToCEntry - Heated seats 50
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ToCEntry - Rear seat head restraints 52
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ToCEntry - Seat belts and integrated restraint system 55
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ToCEntry - Seat belts 55
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ToCEntry - Seat belt nonusage warning system 56
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ToCEntry - BabySmart
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ToCEntry - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) 63
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ToCEntry - Emergency tensioning retractor (ETR) 64
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ToCEntry - Airbags 65
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ToCEntry - Safety guidelines for the seat belt, emergency tensioning retractor and airbag 72
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ToCEntry - Infant and child restraint systems 73
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ToCEntry - Steering wheel adjustment (manual) 77
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ToCEntry - Steering wheel adjustment (electrical) 79
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ToCEntry - Rear view mirrors 80
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ToCEntry - Instrument cluster 88
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ToCEntry - Multifunction steering wheel, multifunction display 92
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ToCEntry - Trip and main odometer, FSS, coolant temperature, vehicle speed, engine oil level indi...
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ToCEntry - Audio systems 98
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ToCEntry - Radio 98
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ToCSubEntry - Radio 98
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ToCSubEntry - CD player 99
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ToCSubEntry - Cassette player 100
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ToCEntry - Telephone 101
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ToCEntry - Navigation system 106
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ToCEntry - Trip computer 107
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ToCEntry - Malfunction/warning message memory 109
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ToCEntry - Individual settings 111
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ToCEntry - Setting the audio volume 123
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ToCEntry - Coolant temperature gauge 124
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ToCEntry - Flexible service system (FSS) 125
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ToCEntry - Engine oil level indicator 128
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ToCEntry - Engine oil consumption 129
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ToCEntry - Exterior lamp switch 130
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ToCEntry - Headlamp mode 131
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ToCEntry - Night security illumination 132
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ToCEntry - Locator lighting 133
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ToCSubEntry - Locator lighting 133
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ToCEntry - Headlamp cleaning system 133
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ToCEntry - Combination switch 134
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ToCEntry - Hazard warning flasher switch 137
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ToCEntry - Climate control 138
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ToCEntry - Automatic climate control 146
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ToCEntry - Front center console storage compartment ventilation 158
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ToCEntry - Rear passenger compartment adjustable air outlets 159
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ToCEntry - Operation Audio and telephone 160
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ToCEntry - Operating safety 160
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ToCEntry - Operating and display elements 161
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ToCEntry - Button and soft key operation 163
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ToCEntry - Operation 163
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ToCEntry - Power windows 184
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ToCEntry - Sliding/pop-up roof 187
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ToCEntry - Interior lighting 189
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ToCEntry - Rear window sunshade 191
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ToCEntry - Sun visors 192
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ToCEntry - Vanity mirrors 192
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ToCEntry - Interior 193
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ToCEntry - Storage compartments and armrests 193
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ToCEntry - Glove box 194
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ToCSubEntry - Glove box 194
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ToCEntry - Cup holder 197
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ToCEntry - Ashtrays 199
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ToCEntry - Lighter 201
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ToCEntry - Parcel net in front passenger footwell 202
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ToCEntry - Ski sack 202
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ToCEntry - Enlarged cargo area 207
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ToCEntry - Split folding rear seat bench 207
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ToCEntry - Loading instructions (vehicle with enlarged cargo area) 209
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ToCEntry - Cellular telephone 210
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ToCEntry - Telephone, general 211
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ToCEntry - Garage door opener 212
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Part - Operation
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Section - Operation
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Title - Operation
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Hypertext - Operation
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Marker - Vehicle keys
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Para - Included with your vehicle are 2\x11electronic main keys with integrated radio frequency and ...
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Para - The locking tabs for the mechanical key portion of the two electronic main keys are a diff...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - When leaving the vehicle always remove the electronic key from the starter switch, and loc...
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Subsection - Electronic main key
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Title - Electronic main key
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Marker - Electronic main key
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The electronic main key has an integrated radio frequency and infrared remote control, plu...
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Para - The remote control\x11(1) operates all locks on the vehicle.
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Para - The mechanical key\x11(2) works only in the driver’s door, trunk, and storage compartment locks.
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Para - When using the mechanical key\x11(2) for lock operations, it can be removed by sliding it out...
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Para - The remote control transmitter is located in the electronic main key.
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Para - The infrared receivers are located in the front door handles.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Remove the mechanical key from the electronic main key when using valet parking service. T...
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Para - See page\x11
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Subtitle - Central locking system:Obtaining replacement keys
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Marker - Central locking system:Obtaining replacement keys
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Bold - Obtaining replacement keys
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Para - Your vehicle is equipped with a theft deterrent locking system requiring a special key man...
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Section - Start lock-out
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Title - Start lock-out
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Marker - Start lock-out
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Removing the electronic key from the starter switch activates the start lock-out. The engi...
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Para - Inserting the electronic key in the starter switch deactivates the start lock-out.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - In case the engine cannot be started (vehicle’s battery is in order), the system is not op...
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Section - General notes on the \tcentral locking system
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Title - General notes on the \tcentral locking system
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Marker - General notes on the \tcentral locking system
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ItemizedList - • If the electronic key is inserted in the starter switch, the vehicle cannot be l...
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Item - • If the electronic key is inserted in the starter switch, the vehicle cannot be locked or...
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Para - If the vehicle cannot be locked or unlocked:
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ItemizedList - • Aim transmitter eye at a receiver of either front door handle. Check the batteri...
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Item - • Aim transmitter eye at a receiver of either front door handle. Check the batteries of th...
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Item - • Use the mechanical key to unlock the vehicle. To start engine, insert the electronic key...
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - When unlocking the driver’s door with the mechanical key, the exterior lamps will flash an...
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Para - To cancel the alarm, insert the electronic key in the starter switch or press button\x11
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Section - Central locking system
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Title - Central locking system
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Marker - Central locking system
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Subsection - Radio frequency and \tinfrared remote control
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Title - Radio frequency and \tinfrared remote control
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Marker - Radio frequency and \tinfrared remote control
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Para - The electronic main key has an integrated radio frequency and infrared remote control.
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Para - Due to the extended operational range of the remote control, it could be possible to unint...
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Para - The vehicle doors, trunk and fuel filler flap can be centrally locked and unlocked via rem...
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Para - Opening and closing the windows and sliding/pop-up roof can only be done with the infrared...
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Para - With vehicle centrally locked, the trunk can also be opened by using the remote control.
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Para - If the electronic key is inserted in starter switch, the vehicle cannot be locked or unloc...
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P80.xx-xxxx-26
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ItemPara - ‹
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SpecialChar - ‹
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ItemPara - Œ
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SpecialChar - Œ
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ItemPara - ³
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SpecialChar - ³
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Item - 2 Lamp for battery check (see page\x11
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Item - 3 panic
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CapLetter - 3 panic
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Item - 4 Transmitter eye
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Item - 5 Locking tab for mechanical key
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P80.30-2095-26 (4c)
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P80.30-2096-26 (4c)
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Subsection - Locking and unlocking
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Title - Locking and unlocking
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Marker - Locking and unlocking
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Subtitle - Unlocking:
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Para - Press transmit button
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Para - The remote control can be programmed for two kinds of unlocking modes (see below):
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Para - Selective unlocking mode – Press transmit button
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Para - Global unlocking mode – Press transmit button
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - If the trunk was previously locked separately, it will remain locked, see page\x11
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Para - The presently active unlocking mode (selective or global) can only be determined by unlock...
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Para - If within 40 seconds of unlocking with the remote control, neither door or trunk is opened...
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Subtitle - Locking:
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Para - Press transmit button
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - If the vehicle cannot be locked or unlocked by pressing the transmit button, then it may b...
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Subsection - Choosing global or selective \tmode on remote control
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Title - Choosing global or selective \tmode on remote control
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Marker - Choosing global or selective \tmode on remote control
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Para - Press and hold transmit buttons\x11
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Subsection - Opening the trunk
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Title - Opening the trunk
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Marker - Opening the trunk
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Para - The trunk lid will swing open automatically. You should always make sure there is sufficie...
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Para - A minimum height clearance of 5.75\x11ft. (1.75\x11m) is required to open the trunk lid.
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Para - Press transmit button\x11
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Do not place remote control in trunk since trunk is locked when the lid is closed if the v...
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - If the trunk was previously locked separately, it will remain locked
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Subsection - Central locking system:Summer opening/convenience feature
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Title - Central locking system:Summer opening/convenience feature
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Marker - Central locking system:Summer opening/convenience feature
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Para - Aim transmitter eye of remote control at the door receiver.
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Subtitle - Summer opening:
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Bold - Summer opening:
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Para - The sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof and all side windows can be opened automatically.
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Para - Continue to press transmit button
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Para - The windows and sliding/pop-up roof begin to open after approximately 1\x11second.
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Para - To interrupt opening procedure, release transmit button.
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Subtitle - Convenience feature:
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Bold - Convenience feature:
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Para - The sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof and the side windows can be closed.
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Para - Continue to press transmit button
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Para - The windows and sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof begin to close after approximately 1\x11second.
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Para - To interrupt closing procedure, release transmit button.
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Para - Ensure that all side windows and the sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof are properly closed before leav...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Never operate the windows or sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof if there is the possibility of anyone b...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - In case the procedure causes potential danger, the procedure can be immediately halted by...
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Para - In case the procedure causes potential danger, the procedure can be immediately halted by ...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - If the windows and sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof cannot be operated automatically by pressing the ...
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Subsection - Panic button
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Title - Panic button
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Marker - Panic button
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - To activate press and hold button\x11(1) for at least one second. An audible alarm and blinki...
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Para - To deactivate press button\x11(1) again, or insert electronic key in starter switch.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - For operation in the USA only: This device complies with Part\x1115 of the FCC Rules. Operati...
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Para - (1)\x11This device may not cause harmful interference, and
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Para - (2)\x11this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cau...
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Para - Any unauthorized modification to this device could void the user’s authority to operate th...
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Subsection - Central locking system:Mechanical keys
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Title - Central locking system:Mechanical keys
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Marker - Central locking system:Mechanical keys
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Para - The mechanical keys work only in driver’s door, trunk, and storage compartment locks.
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - The mechanical key does not operate the central locking system or antitheft alarm system.
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Para - The fuel filler flap cannot be locked or unlocked with the mechanical key.
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Para - If the fuel filler flap cannot be opened, see page\x11
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Section - P80.30-????-26
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Title - P80.30-????-26
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Marker - P80.30-????-26
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Opening – pull handle
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Item - 1 Opening – pull handle
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Item - 2 Unlocking driver’s door
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Item - 3 Locking driver’s door
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - The mechanical key does not operate the central locking system or antitheft alarm system.
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Subsection - P80.30-2098-26 (4c)
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Title - P80.30-2098-26 (4c)
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Marker - P80.30-2098-26 (4c)
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 4 Individual door from inside: Push lock button down to lock.
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Item - 4 Individual door from inside: Push lock button down to lock.
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Item - 5 Front door from inside: Pull handle to unlock.
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Para - When you lock the driver’s door with the mechanical key, the door lock button should move ...
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Para - Each individual door must be locked with the respective door lock button – the driver’s do...
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Para - If the vehicle has previously been locked from the outside, opening a door from the inside...
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ItemizedList - • selective unlocking mode, only that individual door is unlocked. The remaining d...
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Item - • selective unlocking mode, only that individual door is unlocked. The remaining doors, th...
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Item - • global unlocking mode, all doors, the trunk and fuel filler flap are unlocked.
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - In case of a malfunction in the central locking system the doors can be locked and unlocke...
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Para - To lock, push down lock buttons or turn mechanical key in driver’s door lock to position\x113...
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Para - To unlock, pull inside door handles or turn mechanical key in driver’s door lock to positi...
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Para - Rear doors can only be opened from inside by first pulling up the door lock button.
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Para - When unlocking the driver’s door with the mechanical key, the exterior lamps will flash an...
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Para - To cancel the alarm, insert the electronic key in the starter switch or press button\x11
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Section - P82.50-0757-26 (2c)
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Title - P82.50-0757-26 (2c)
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Marker - P82.50-0757-26 (2c)
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Locking
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Item - 1 Locking
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Item - 2 Unlocking
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Para - The central locking switch is located in the center console.
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Para - The doors and trunk can only be locked with the central locking switch, if both front door...
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Para - If the vehicle was previously locked with the central locking switch, while in the selecti...
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Para - If the vehicle was previously locked with the central locking switch, while in the global ...
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - If the vehicle was previously locked with the remote control, the doors and trunk cannot b...
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Para - The fuel filler flap cannot be locked or unlocked with the central locking switch.
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Para - If the vehicle has previously been locked from the outside, opening a door from the inside...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - When leaving the vehicle always remove the electronic key from the starter switch, and loc...
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Section - Central locking system:Automatic central locking
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Title - Central locking system:Automatic central locking
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Marker - Central locking system:Automatic central locking
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Para - With the automatic central locking system activated, the doors and trunk are locked at veh...
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Para - The automatic central locking function can be switched on or off. See page\x11
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - If doors are unlocked with the central locking switch after activating the automatic centr...
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Para - If a door is opened from the inside at speeds of approximately 9\x11mph (15\x11km\x12/\x12h) or less w...
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - When towing the vehicle, or with the vehicle on a dynamometer test stand, please, note the...
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Para - With the automatic central locking activated and the electronic key in starter switch posi...
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Para - To prevent the vehicle door locks from locking, deactivate the automatic central locking. ...
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Section - Emergency unlocking in case of accident
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Title - Emergency unlocking in case of accident
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Marker - Emergency unlocking in case of accident
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Para - The doors unlock automatically a short time after an accident in which an airbag or emerge...
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Section - Trunk
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Title - Trunk
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Marker - Trunk
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Para - The lock is located next to the recessed handle.
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Para - When the trunk is separately locked, it remains locked when centrally unlocking the vehicle.
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Para - To deny any unauthorized person access to the trunk, lock it separately with the mechanica...
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - In case of a malfunction in the central locking system the trunk can be unlocked individua...
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Para - To unlock and open the trunk lid, turn mechanical key to position\x112, hold and push to open.
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Para - The mechanical key does not operate the central locking system or antitheft alarm system.
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Para - When unlocking the trunk with the mechanical key, the exterior lamps will flash and the al...
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Para - To cancel the alarm, insert the electronic key in the starter switch or press button\x11
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Para - If the fuel filler flap cannot be opened, see page\x11
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P54.25-????-26
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Item - 1 Separate locking of trunk – remove mechanical key in this position.
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Item - 2 Unlocking
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Do not place mechanical key inside trunk, since trunk is locked again when closing the lid...
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Para - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P88.50-2027-26 (4c)
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Para - The trunk lid will swing open automatically. You should always make sure there is sufficie...
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Para - A minimum height clearance of 5.75\x11ft. (1.75\x11m) is required to open the trunk lid.
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Para - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P88.50-2027-26 (4c)
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Section - Trunk:Release switch
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Title - Trunk:Release switch
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Marker - Trunk:Release switch
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The switch is located on the driver’s door.
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Para - The trunk lid will swing open automatically. You should always make sure there is sufficie...
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Para - A minimum height clearance of 5.75\x11ft. (1.75\x11m) is required to open the trunk lid.
46
Para - To open the trunk, the vehicle must be at standstill. Press switch until trunk lid is open.
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Para - The indicator lamp in the switch remains on with trunk lid open.
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - The trunk can also be opened by using the remote control. Press
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Para - The trunk lid cannot be opened by the switch or the remote control when previously locked ...
46
Para - The trunk lid cannot be opened with the trunk lid release switch when the vehicle was prev...
46
Section - Antitheft alarm system
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Title - Antitheft alarm system
47
Marker - Antitheft alarm system
47
Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Indicator lamp in switch located in center console
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Item - 1 Indicator lamp in switch located in center console
47
Para - The antitheft alarm is automatically armed or disarmed with the remote control by locking ...
47
Para - The antitheft alarm is armed within approximately 10\x11seconds after locking the vehicle.
47
Para - A blinking lamp\x11(1) indicates that the alarm is armed.
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Subtitle - Operation:
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Para - Once the alarm system has been armed, the exterior vehicle lamps will flash and an alarm w...
47
ItemizedList - • opens a door,
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Item - • opens a door,
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Item - • opens the trunk,
47
Item - • opens the hood,
47
Item - • attempts to raise the vehicle.
47
Para - The alarm will last approximately 3\x11minutes in form of flashing exterior lamps. At the sam...
47
Note - Notes:
47
BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - When you unlock the driver’s door with the mechanical key, the exterior lamps will flash a...
47
Para - To cancel the alarm, insert the electronic key in the starter switch or press button\x11
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Section - Tow-away alarm
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Title - Tow-away alarm
48
Marker - Tow-away alarm
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
48
Para - The switch is located in the center console.
48
OrderedList - 1 Press to switch off tow-away alarm
48
Item - 1 Press to switch off tow-away alarm
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Item - 2 Indicator lamp
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Para - Once the alarm system has been armed, the exterior vehicle lamps will flash and an alarm w...
48
Para - The alarm will last approximately 3\x11minutes in form of flashing exterior lamps. At the sam...
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Para - If the alarm stays on for more than 20 seconds, an emergency call is initiated automatical...
49
Para - To prevent triggering the tow-away alarm feature, switch off the tow-away alarm before tow...
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Para - To do so, turn electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x110, or remove electronic k...
49
Para - Exit vehicle, and lock vehicle with the electronic main key.
49
Para - The tow-away alarm remains switched off until the vehicle is locked again with the electro...
49
Section - Easy-entry/exit feature
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Title - Easy-entry/exit feature
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Marker - Easy-entry/exit feature
50
Para - With the easy-entry/exit feature activated, the steering wheel tilts upwards and the drive...
50
Para - This allows easier entry into and exit from the vehicle when the driver’s door is opened. ...
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Para - See page\x11
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Para - When the electronic key is inserted in the starter switch and the driver’s door is closed,...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - You must ensure that no one can become trapped or injured by the moving steering wheel and...
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Section - Front seat adjustment
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Title - Front seat adjustment
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Marker - Front seat adjustment
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
51
Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Do not adjust the driver’s seat while driving. Adjusting the seat while driving could caus...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Never ride in a moving vehicle with the seat back reclined. Sitting in an excessively rec...
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Para - Never ride in a moving vehicle with the seat back reclined. Sitting in an excessively recl...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
51
Entry - Never place hands under seat or near any moving parts while a seat is being adjusted.
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Para - Never place hands under seat or near any moving parts while a seat is being adjusted.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - When leaving the vehicle always remove the electronic key from the starter switch, and lo...
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Para - When leaving the vehicle always remove the electronic key from the starter switch, and loc...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
51
Entry - The power seats can also be operated with the driver’s or front passenger door open. Do n...
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Para - The power seats can also be operated with the driver’s or front passenger door open. Do no...
51
Para - To operate the front power seat adjustment switches, turn the electronic key in starter sw...
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Subtitle - Power seat
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Bold - Power seat
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - Seats:Power seat
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Para - P54.00-1521-26
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Marker - P54.00-1521-26
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Para - We recommend to adjust the power seat in the following order:
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OrderedList - 1 Seat, up\x12/\x12down
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Item - 1 Seat, up\x12/\x12down
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Bold - 1 Seat, up\x12/\x12down
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Item - 2 Seat adjustment, fore\x12/\x12aft
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Bold - 2 Seat adjustment, fore\x12/\x12aft
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Item - 3 Seat cushion tilt
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Bold - 3 Seat cushion tilt
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Item - 4 Backrest tilt
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Bold - 4 Backrest tilt
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Item - 5 Head restraint
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Bold - 5 Head restraint
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ItemPara - Only minor personal adjustments, as described below, should then be required. For exte...
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Para - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P91.16-2010-26
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Subtitle - Storing seat positions
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Marker - Storing seat positions
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Para - The head restraint, steering wheel and exterior rear view mirror position are stored toget...
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Para - See page\x11
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Subsection - Manual seat
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Title - Manual seat
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - (Standard equipment on Model C\x11240)
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Para - We recommend to adjust the seat in the following order:
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OrderedList - 1 Fore/aft adjustment
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Item - 1 Fore/aft adjustment
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Bold - 1 Fore/aft adjustment
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Item - 2 Seat cushion tilt
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Bold - 2 Seat cushion tilt
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Item - 3 Seat height adjustment
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Bold - 3 Seat height adjustment
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Item - 4 Backrest tilt
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Bold - 4 Backrest tilt
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Bold - 5 Head restraint height
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Para - Raising:
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Para - Pull up on head restraint.
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Para - Lowering:
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Para - Push button\x11(5) and push down on head restraint.
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Para - Adjust head restraint to support the back of the head approximately at ear level. The head...
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Subtitle - P91.10-2116-26
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Marker - P91.10-2116-26
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Bold - Head restraint inclination
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Para - Push or pull the head restraint in direction of arrow.
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Section - Removal and installation of front seat head restraints
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Title - Removal and installation of front seat head restraints
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Marker - Removal and installation of front seat head restraints
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Subsection - Power seat
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Title - Power seat
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Caution - Caution!
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BlockTitle - Caution!
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Para - Do not remove head restraints except when mounting seat covers. Whenever restraints have b...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Tilt the backrest rearward for easier removal and installation of the head restraints.
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Para - To remove: Press switch\x11(1) upwards and hold until the head restraint is fully extended. P...
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Para - To install: Press switch\x11(1) upwards and hold for about 5\x11seconds.
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Para - Press the head restraint down until it engages.
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Para - Adjust head restraint to the desired position.
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - For your protection, drive only with properly positioned head restraints.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Adjust head restraint to support the back of the head approximately at ear level.
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Para - Adjust head restraint to support the back of the head approximately at ear level.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Do not drive the vehicle without the seat head restraints. Head restraints are intended t...
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Para - Do not drive the vehicle without the seat head restraints. Head restraints are intended to...
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Subsection - Manual seat
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Title - Manual seat
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Marker - Manual seat
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - To remove: Pull head restraint to its highest position. Push button\x11(1) and pull out head ...
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Para - To install: Insert head restraint and push it down to the stop. Push button\x11(1) and adjust...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - For your protection, drive only with properly positioned head restraints.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Adjust head restraint to support the back of the head approximately at ear level.
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Para - Adjust head restraint to support the back of the head approximately at ear level.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Do not drive the vehicle without the seat head restraints. Head restraints are intended t...
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Para - Do not drive the vehicle without the seat head restraints. Head restraints are intended to...
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Section - Multicontour seat
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Title - Multicontour seat
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Marker - Multicontour seat
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - We recommend to adjust the multicontour seat in the following order:
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OrderedList - 1 Seat cushion depth
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Item - 1 Seat cushion depth
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Item - 2 Backrest bottom
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Item - 3 Backrest center
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Item - 4 Side bolster adjustment
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Para - Some models may be equipped with driver’s multicontour seat. These seats have movable seat...
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Para - The seat cushion movement and amount of backrest cushion height and curvature can be conti...
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ItemizedList - • press to the left\x11– increase side support,
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Item - • press to the left\x11– increase side support,
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Item - • press to the right\x11– decrease side support.
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Para - If the engine is turned off, the last cushion setting is retained in memory, and automatic...
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Section - Heated seats
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Title - Heated seats
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The front seat heaters can be switched on with the electronic key in starter switch positi...
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Para - The switch is located in the center console.
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Para - Press switch to turn on seat heater:
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OrderedList - 1 Normal seat heating mode. One indicator lamp in the switch lights up.
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Item - 1 Normal seat heating mode. One indicator lamp in the switch lights up.
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Item - 2 Rapid seat heating mode. Both indicator lamps in the switch light up. After approximatel...
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Para - Turning off seat heater:
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Para - If one indicator lamp is on, press upper half of switch.
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Para - If both indicator lamps are on, press lower half of switch.
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Para - If left on, the seat heater automatically turns off after approximately 30\x11minutes of oper...
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Para - Note:
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Para - When in operation, the seat heater consumes a large amount of electrical power. It is not ...
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Para - The seat heaters may automatically switch off if too many power consumers are switched on ...
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Para - If the blinking of the indicator lamps is distracting to you, the seat heaters can be swit...
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Section - Head restraints:Rear seat
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Title - Head restraints:Rear seat
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Marker - Head restraints:Rear seat
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - Folding head restraints back with switch in the center console:
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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Para - Folding head restraints back: Press the symbol-side on the rocker switch to release the he...
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Subsection -
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Title -
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - Folding head restraints back in the rear passenger compartment:
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Para - Push lock button\x11(1). The head restraints will fold backward.
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Subsection - Place head restraints upright
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Title - Place head restraints upright
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Bold - Place head restraints upright
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Subtitle - Placing head restraints upright:
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Para - Pull the head restraint forward until it locks into position.
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Subtitle - Angle of head restraints:
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Para - The head restraint angle can be adjusted manually.
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - For safety reasons, always drive with the rear head restraints in the upright position whe...
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Para - Keep the area around head restraints clear of articles (e.g. clothing) to not obstruct the...
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Subsection - Head restraint height
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Title - Head restraint height
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - Raising:
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Para - Pull up on head restraint.
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Para - Lowering:
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Para - Push button\x11(2) and push down on head restraint.
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Para - Adjust head restraint to support the back of the head approximately at ear level. The head...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The center rear seat head restraint cannot be adjusted or removed.
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Section - Restraint systems
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Title - Restraint systems
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Marker - Restraint systems
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Para - Your vehicle is equipped with seat belts for all seats, emergency tensioning retractors fo...
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Section - Seat belts
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Title - Seat belts
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Marker - Seat belts
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Laws in most states and all Canadian provinces require seat belt use.
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Para - All states and provinces require use of child restraints that comply with U.S. Federal Mot...
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Para - All child restraints systems are designed to be secured in vehicle seats by lap belts or t...
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Para - For your safety and that of your passengers we strongly recommend their use.
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Children 12\x11years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes-Be...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear...
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Para - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - A child’s risk of serious or fatal injuries is significantly increased if the child restr...
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Para - A child’s risk of serious or fatal injuries is significantly increased if the child restra...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Never ride in a moving vehicle with the backrest reclined. Sitting in an excessively recli...
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Section - Seat belt nonusage warning system
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Title - Seat belt nonusage warning system
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Marker - Seat belt nonusage warning system
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Para - With the electronic key in starter switch position\x112, a warning sounds for a short time if...
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Para - Automatic comfort-fit seat belt:
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Para - An automatic comfort-fit feature for driver and front passenger seat belt is activated whe...
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Para - The retraction force of the inertia reel is reduced, increasing the level of seat belt com...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - For cleaning and care of the seat belts see page\x11
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Failure to wear and properly fasten and position your seat belt greatly increases your ris...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - If you are ever in an accident, your injuries can be considerably more severe without you...
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Para - If you are ever in an accident, your injuries can be considerably more severe without your...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - In the same crash, the possibility of injury or death is lessened if you are wearing your...
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Para - In the same crash, the possibility of injury or death is lessened if you are wearing your ...
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Never let more people ride in the vehicle than there are seat belts available. Be sure eve...
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Subsection - Seat belts:Fastening
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Title - Seat belts:Fastening
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Marker - Seat belts:Fastening
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Latch plate
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Item - 1 Latch plate
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Item - 2 Buckle
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Item - 3 Release button
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Para - Push latch plate (1) into buckle (2) until it clicks. Do not twist the belt. A twisted sea...
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Para - The lap belt should be positioned as low as possible on your hips and not across the abdomen.
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Always fasten your seat belt before driving off. Always make sure your passengers are prop...
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Para - Tighten the lap portion to a snug fit by pulling shoulder portion up.
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Para - The shoulder portion of the seat belt must be pulled snug and checked for snugness immedia...
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Para - Adjust seat belt so that shoulder portion is located as close as possible to the middle of...
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - To raise, slide belt outlet upward.
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Para - To lower, press button\x11(4) and slide belt outlet downward.
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Para - Seat belts:Operation
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Marker - Seat belts:Operation
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Bold - Operation of seat belts
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Para - The inertia reel stops the belt from unwinding during sudden stops or when quickly pulling...
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Para - The locking function of the reel may be checked by quickly pulling out the belt.
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Para - Adjust seat belt so that shoulder portion is located as close as possible to the middle of...
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Caution - Caution!
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BlockTitle - Caution!
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Para - For safety reasons, avoid adjusting the seat or seat back into positions which could affec...
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Subsection - Seat belts:Unfastening
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Title - Seat belts:Unfastening
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Marker - Seat belts:Unfastening
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Para - Press release button\x11(3) in the belt buckle\x11(2).
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Para - Allow the retractor to completely rewind the seat belt by guiding the latch plate\x11(1).
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - USE SEAT BELTS PROPERLY.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Seat belts can only work when used properly. Never wear seat belts in any other way tha...
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ItemizedList - • Seat belts can only work when used properly. Never wear seat belts in any other ...
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Item - • Seat belts can only work when used properly. Never wear seat belts in any other way than...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Each occupant should wear their seat belt at all times, because seat belts help reduce ...
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ItemizedList - • Each occupant should wear their seat belt at all times, because seat belts help ...
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Item - • Each occupant should wear their seat belt at all times, because seat belts help reduce t...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Never wear the shoulder belt under your arm, against your neck or off your shoulder. In...
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ItemizedList - • Never wear the shoulder belt under your arm, against your neck or off your shoul...
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Item - • Never wear the shoulder belt under your arm, against your neck or off your shoulder. In ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Never wear belts over rigid or breakable objects in or on your clothing, such as eyegla...
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ItemizedList - • Never wear belts over rigid or breakable objects in or on your clothing, such as...
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Item - • Never wear belts over rigid or breakable objects in or on your clothing, such as eyeglas...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Position the lap belt as low as possible on your hips and not across the abdomen. If th...
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ItemizedList - • Position the lap belt as low as possible on your hips and not across the abdomen...
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Item - • Position the lap belt as low as possible on your hips and not across the abdomen. If the...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Each seat belt should never be used for more than one person at a time. Do not fasten a...
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ItemizedList - • Each seat belt should never be used for more than one person at a time. Do not f...
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Item - • Each seat belt should never be used for more than one person at a time. Do not fasten a ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Belts should not be worn twisted. In a crash, you wouldn’t have the full width of the b...
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ItemizedList - • Belts should not be worn twisted. In a crash, you wouldn’t have the full width o...
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Item - • Belts should not be worn twisted. In a crash, you wouldn’t have the full width of the be...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Pregnant women should also use a lap- shoulder belt. The lap belt portion should be pos...
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ItemizedList - • Pregnant women should also use a lap- shoulder belt. The lap belt portion should...
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Item - • Pregnant women should also use a lap- shoulder belt. The lap belt portion should be posi...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Never place your feet on the instrument panel or on the seat. Always keep both feet on ...
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ItemizedList - • Never place your feet on the instrument panel or on the seat. Always keep both f...
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Item - • Never place your feet on the instrument panel or on the seat. Always keep both feet on t...
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Para -
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - USE CHILD RESTRAINTS PROPERLY.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Children 12 years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes-B...
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Para - Children 12 years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes-Be...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Otherwise they will be struck by the airbag when it inflates in a crash. If this happens,...
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Para - Otherwise they will be struck by the airbag when it inflates in a crash. If this happens, ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear...
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Para - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - A child’s risk of serious or fatal injuries is significantly increased if the child restr...
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Para - A child’s risk of serious or fatal injuries is significantly increased if the child restra...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Children too big for child restraint systems must ride in back seats using regular seat b...
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Para - Children too big for child restraint systems must ride in back seats using regular seat be...
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Section - BabySmartTM airbag deactivation system
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Title - BabySmartTM airbag deactivation system
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Marker - BabySmartTM airbag deactivation system
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Para - Special BabySmart
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Para - The
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Section - Self-test BabySmart
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Title - Self-test BabySmart
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Para - After turning electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112, the
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Para - If the indicator lamp should not come on or is continuously lit, the system is not functio...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - The BabySmart
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Never place anything between seat cushion and child seat (e.g. pillow), since it reduces ...
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Para - Never place anything between seat cushion and child seat (e.g. pillow), since it reduces t...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation of special child seats.
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Para - Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation of special child seats.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - The passenger front airbag will not deploy only if the ü indicator lamp remains illuminated.
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Para - The passenger front airbag will not deploy only if the
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Please be sure to check the indicator every time you use the special system child seat. S...
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Para - Please be sure to check the indicator every time you use the special system child seat. Sh...
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Footnote - BabySmart
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Section - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
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Title - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
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Marker - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
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Para - Airbags are intended as a supplement to seat belts. Airbags alone cannot protect as well a...
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Para - The SRS uses two crash severity levels (thresholds) to activate either the emergency tensi...
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Para - Seat belt fastened
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ItemizedList - • first threshold exceeded: ETR activates
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Item - • first threshold exceeded: ETR activates
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Item - • second threshold exceeded: airbag also activates
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Para - Seat belt not fastened
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Para - Front seats:
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ItemizedList - • first threshold exceeded: airbag activates, not ETR
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Item - • first threshold exceeded: airbag activates, not ETR
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Para - Rear outer seats:
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ItemizedList - • first threshold exceeded: ETR activates
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Item - • first threshold exceeded: ETR activates
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Para - Driver and front passenger and rear outer seat systems operate independently of each other.
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Section - Emergency tensioning retractor (ETR)
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Title - Emergency tensioning retractor (ETR)
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Marker - Emergency tensioning retractor (ETR)
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Para - The seat belts for the front and rear outer seats are equipped with emergency tensioning r...
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Para - The emergency tensioning retractors are designed to activate only when the seat belts are ...
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Para - They remove slack from the belts in such a way that the seat belts fit more snugly against...
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Para - In cases of other frontal impacts, angled impacts, roll- overs, certain side impacts, or o...
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Section - Airbags
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Title - Airbags
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Marker - Airbags
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Subsection - Front airbags
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Title - Front airbags
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Marker - Front airbags
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Driver airbag
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Item - 1 Driver airbag
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Item - 2 Front passenger airbag
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Para - The most effective occupant restraint system yet developed for use in production vehicles ...
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Para - In conjunction with wearing the seat belts, the driver and front passenger airbags can pro...
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Para - Side impact and head protection window curtain airbags can provide increased protection to...
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Para - The operational readiness of the airbag system is verified by the indicator lamp
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Para - The following system components are monitored or undergo a self-check: crash-sensor(s), ai...
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Para - Initially, when the electronic key is turned from starter switch position\x110 to position\x111 ...
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Para - Have the system checked at your authorized Mercedes\x15Benz Center immediately
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Para - In the operational mode, after the indicator lamp has gone out following the initial check...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - In the event a malfunction of the
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - See page\x11
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Para - The driver and passenger front airbags are designed to activate only in certain frontal im...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Heavy objects on the front passenger seat can appear to the
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Subsection - Side impact airbags
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Title - Side impact airbags
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Marker - Side impact airbags
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 3 Side impact airbags
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Item - 3 Side impact airbags
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Item - 4 Window curtain airbags
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Subsection - Side impact airbags
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Title - Side impact airbags
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Marker - Side impact airbags
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Para - The side impact airbags are designed to activate only in certain side impacts exceeding a ...
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Para - The side impact airbag for the front passenger deploys only if the front passenger seat is...
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Para - Side impact airbags operate best in conjunction with a properly positioned and fastened se...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Heavy objects on front passenger seat can cause the front passenger side impact airbag to ...
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Subsection - Window curtain airbag
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Title - Window curtain airbag
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Marker - Window curtain airbag
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Para - The head protection window curtain airbags afford greater protection against injuries to t...
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Para - The window curtain airbags are designed to activate only in certain side impacts exceeding...
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Airbags are designed to activate only in certain frontal (front airbags) impacts, or side ...
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Bold - Airbags are designed to activate only in certain frontal (front airbags) impacts, or side ...
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Para - Only during these types of impacts, if of sufficient severity to meet the deployment thres...
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Bold - Only during these types of impacts, if of sufficient severity to meet the deployment thres...
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Para - The driver and passenger should always wear their seat belts, otherwise it is not possible...
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Bold - The driver and passenger should always wear their seat belts, otherwise it is not possible...
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Para - In cases of other frontal impacts, angled impacts, roll-overs, other side impacts, rear co...
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Bold - In cases of other frontal impacts, angled impacts, roll-overs, other side impacts, rear co...
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Para - We caution you not to rely on the presence of the airbags in order to avoid wearing your s...
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Bold - We caution you not to rely on the presence of the airbags in order to avoid wearing your s...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Airbags are designed to reduce the potential of injury in certain frontal (front airbags) ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - The activation of the “SRS” temporarily releases a small amount of dust from the airbags....
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Para - The activation of the
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - The service life of the airbags extends to the date indicated on the label located on the...
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Para - The service life of the airbags extends to the date indicated on the label located on the ...
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Para - Your vehicle was originally equipped with airbags which are designed to activate in certai...
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Bold - Your vehicle was originally equipped with airbags which are designed to activate in certai...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - To reduce the risk of injury when the front airbags inflate, it is very important for the ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - For maximum protection in the event of a collision always be in normal seated position wi...
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Para - For maximum protection in the event of a collision always be in normal seated position wit...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Since the airbag inflates with considerable speed and force, a proper seating and hands o...
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Para - Since the airbag inflates with considerable speed and force, a proper seating and hands on...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Sit properly belted in an upright position with your back against the backrest.
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ItemizedList - • Sit properly belted in an upright position with your back against the backrest.
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Item - • Sit properly belted in an upright position with your back against the backrest.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Adjust the driver seat as far as possible rearward, still permitting proper operation o...
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ItemizedList - • Adjust the driver seat as far as possible rearward, still permitting proper oper...
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Item - • Adjust the driver seat as far as possible rearward, still permitting proper operation of...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Do not lean with your head or chest close to the steering wheel or dashboard.
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ItemizedList - • Do not lean with your head or chest close to the steering wheel or dashboard.
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Item - • Do not lean with your head or chest close to the steering wheel or dashboard.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Keep hands on the outside of steering wheel rim. Placing hands and arms inside the rim ...
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ItemizedList - • Keep hands on the outside of steering wheel rim. Placing hands and arms inside t...
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Item - • Keep hands on the outside of steering wheel rim. Placing hands and arms inside the rim c...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Adjust the front passenger seat as far as possible rearward from the dashboard when the...
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ItemizedList - • Adjust the front passenger seat as far as possible rearward from the dashboard w...
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Item - • Adjust the front passenger seat as far as possible rearward from the dashboard when the ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Occupants, especially children, should never lean their heads in the area of the door w...
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ItemizedList - • Occupants, especially children, should never lean their heads in the area of the...
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Item - • Occupants, especially children, should never lean their heads in the area of the door wh...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Children 12 years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes...
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ItemizedList - • Children 12 years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a M...
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Item - • Children 12 years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes\x15...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Failure to follow these instructions can result in severe injuries to you or other occupa...
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Para - Failure to follow these instructions can result in severe injuries to you or other occupants.
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Subsection - Safety guidelines for the seat \tbelt, emergency tensioning \tretractor and airbag
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Title - Safety guidelines for the seat \tbelt, emergency tensioning \tretractor and airbag
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Marker - Safety guidelines for the seat \tbelt, emergency tensioning \tretractor and airbag
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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ItemizedList - • Damaged seat belts or belts that were highly stressed in an accident must be rep...
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Item - • Damaged seat belts or belts that were highly stressed in an accident must be replaced an...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Airbags and “ETR’s” are designed to function on a one-time-only basis. An airbag or eme...
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ItemizedList - • Airbags and
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Item - • Airbags and
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • No modifications of any kind may be made to any components or wiring of the “SRS”. This...
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ItemizedList - • No modifications of any kind may be made to any components or wiring of the
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Item - • No modifications of any kind may be made to any components or wiring of the
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Do not pass belts over sharp edges.
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ItemizedList - • Do not pass belts over sharp edges.
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Item - • Do not pass belts over sharp edges.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Do not make any modification that could change the effectiveness of the belts.
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ItemizedList - • Do not make any modification that could change the effectiveness of the belts.
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Item - • Do not make any modification that could change the effectiveness of the belts.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Do not use handles above doors for placing such items as coat hangers etc.
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ItemizedList - • Do not use handles above doors for placing such items as coat hangers etc.
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Item - • Do not use handles above doors for placing such items as coat hangers etc.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • An airbag system component within the steering wheel gets hot after the airbag has infl...
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ItemizedList - • An airbag system component within the steering wheel gets hot after the airbag h...
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Item - • An airbag system component within the steering wheel gets hot after the airbag has infla...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Improper work on the system, including incorrect installation and removal, can lead to ...
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ItemizedList - • Improper work on the system, including incorrect installation and removal, can l...
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Item - • Improper work on the system, including incorrect installation and removal, can lead to p...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • In addition, through improper work there is a risk of rendering the “SRS” inoperative o...
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ItemizedList - • In addition, through improper work there is a risk of rendering the
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Item - • In addition, through improper work there is a risk of rendering the
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • For your protection and the protection of others, when scrapping the airbag unit or eme...
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ItemizedList - • For your protection and the protection of others, when scrapping the airbag unit...
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Item - • For your protection and the protection of others, when scrapping the airbag unit or emer...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Given the considerable deployment speed and the textile structure of the airbags, there...
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ItemizedList - • Given the considerable deployment speed and the textile structure of the airbags...
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Item - • Given the considerable deployment speed and the textile structure of the airbags, there ...
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Para - When you sell your vehicle we strongly urge you to give notice to the subsequent owner tha...
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Subsection - Infant and child restraint systems
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Title - Infant and child restraint systems
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Marker - Infant and child restraint systems
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Para - We recommend all infants and children be properly restrained at all times while the vehicl...
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Para - To activate, pull shoulder belt out completely and let it retract. During the seat belt re...
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Para - To deactivate, release seat belt buckle and let seat belt retract completely. The seat bel...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - For child seats with mounting fittings for tether anchorages refer to page\x11
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Never release the seat belt buckle while vehicle is in motion, since the special seat belt...
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - The use of infant or child restraints is required by law in all 50\x11states and all Canadian...
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Para - Infants and small children should be seated in an appropriate infant or child restraint sy...
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Para - When using any infant or child restraint system, be sure to carefully read and follow all ...
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Para - Please read and observe warning labels affixed to the inside of the vehicle and to infant ...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Children 12 years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes-Be...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear...
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Para - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Infants and small children should never share a seat belt with another occupant. During a...
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Para - Infants and small children should never share a seat belt with another occupant. During an...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Children too big for child restraint systems must ride in back seats using regular seat b...
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Para - Children too big for child restraint systems must ride in back seats using regular seat be...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - When the child restraint is not in use, remove it from the vehicle or secure it with the ...
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Para - When the child restraint is not in use, remove it from the vehicle or secure it with the s...
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Subsection - Infant and child restraint systems:Installation
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Title - Infant and child restraint systems:Installation
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Marker - Infant and child restraint systems:Installation
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - This vehicle is provided with tether anchorages for a top tether strap at each of the rear...
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Para - Prior to installing a tether strap, remove cover\x11(1) from anchorage ring\x11(2) and store in ...
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Subsection -
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Title -
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - To secure a tether strap to the anchorage, securely fasten the hook\x11(3), which is part of ...
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Para - After removing the tether strap, reinstall the cover\x11(1).
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Subsection - Infant and child restraint systems:Child seat mounts
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Title - Infant and child restraint systems:Child seat mounts
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Marker - Infant and child restraint systems:Child seat mounts
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - This vehicle is provided with two mounts (at each of the outer rear seats) for the install...
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Para - To install a child seat, the mounts\x11(1) must be folded forward until they lock in place. T...
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Para - To fold mounts\x11(1) back, press down button (2) on each mount and return mount into its catch.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - With a child seat installed in the left rear seat, the seat belt for the center seat occup...
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Section - Steering wheel adjustment
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Title - Steering wheel adjustment
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Do not adjust the steering wheel while driving. Adjusting the steering wheel while driving...
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Para - Unlocking:
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Para - Pull handle\x11(1) out to its stop.
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Para - Adjusting:
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Para - Move steering wheel to the desired position.
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Para - Locking:
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Para - Push handle\x11(1) in until it engages.
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Do not drive the vehicle until you have properly locked the steering column.
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Para - See
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Section - Steering wheel adjustment
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Title - Steering wheel adjustment
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Marker - Steering wheel adjustment
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Do not adjust the steering wheel while driving. Adjusting the steering wheel while driving...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - When leaving the vehicle always remove the electronic key from the starter switch and loc...
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Para - When leaving the vehicle always remove the electronic key from the starter switch and lock...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - The steering wheel adjustment feature can also be operated with the driver’s door open. D...
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Para - The steering wheel adjustment feature can also be operated with the driver’s door open. Do...
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Para - To adjust the steering wheel position, turn the electronic key in starter switch to positi...
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Para - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P68.00-2011-26
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OrderedList - 1 Steering column, lengthen or shorten column
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Item - 1 Steering column, lengthen or shorten column
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Bold - 1 Steering column, lengthen or shorten column
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ItemPara - Move the switch to the front or rear.
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Item - 2 Steering column, height
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Bold - 2 Steering column, height
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ItemPara - Move the switch up or down.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The steering wheel adjustment can be stored together with the seat and exterior mirror adj...
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Section - Rear view mirrors
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Title - Rear view mirrors
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Marker - Rear view mirrors
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Subsection - Inside rear view mirror
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Title - Inside rear view mirror
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Para - Manually adjust the mirror.
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Subtitle - Rear view mirror, automatic antiglare
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Bold - Rear view mirror, automatic antiglare
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Para - Antiglare mode: With the electronic key in starter switch position\x112, the mirror reflectio...
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Para - With the gear selector lever in position
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The automatic antiglare function does not react, if incoming light is not aimed directly a...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - In the case of an accident liquid electrolyte may escape the mirror housing when the mirro...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Electrolyte has an irritating effect. Do not allow the liquid come into contact with eyes...
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Para - Electrolyte has an irritating effect. Do not allow the liquid come into contact with eyes,...
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Subsection - P88.70-0279-26
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Title - P88.70-0279-26
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Marker - P88.70-0279-26
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The buttons are located above the exterior lamp switch. The memory button\x11(4) is located o...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Exercise care when using the passenger side exterior mirror. The mirror surface is convex ...
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Subtitle - Exterior mirror adjustment
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Bold - Exterior mirror adjustment
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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Para - Push button to select mirror to be adjusted: Driver’s side – Push button (1). Passenger si...
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Para - Push the adjustment button (3) up, down, left or right according to the setting desired.
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - The exterior rear view mirrors have electrically heated glass. The heater switches on auto...
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Para - If an exterior mirror housing is forcibly pivoted from its normal position, it must be rep...
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Subtitle - Storing mirror positions in memory
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Bold - Storing mirror positions in memory
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Para - The exterior rear view mirror positions are stored in memory with the seat\x12/\x12steering whee...
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Subtitle - Parking position exterior mirror
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Bold - Parking position exterior mirror
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Para - The passenger side exterior mirror can be adjusted and programmed to assist the driver dur...
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Para - With the electronic key in starter switch position\x112, and the exterior rear view mirror sw...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The mirror adjustment is only active if you select
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Para - The mirror position can now be adjusted as desired.
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Para - At speeds above approximately 6\x11mph (10\x11km\x12/\x12h), upon shifting gear selector lever from
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Para - To store passenger mirror parking position:
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OrderedList - 1. Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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Item - 1. Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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ItemPara - The vehicle must be stationary.
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Item - 2. Select passenger side mirror and adjust the mirror to view the curb.
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Item - 3. Push the memory button\x11
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Item - 4. Within 3\x11seconds push bottom of adjustment button\x11(3). The mirror should not move.
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ItemPara - Repeat the memory procedure if the mirror moves.
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Item - 5. Select driver side mirror. The passenger side mirror will return to its previous position.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - One stored parking position is available for each of the two electronic main keys.
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Para - This is only possible if you select
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Subtitle - Driver’s side exterior mirror, antiglare mode
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Bold - Driver’s side exterior mirror, antiglare mode
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Para - Antiglare mode: With the electronic key in starter switch position\x112, the mirror reflectio...
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Para - With the gear selector lever in position\x11
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The automatic antiglare function does not react, if incoming light is not aimed directly a...
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Para -
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - In the case of an accident liquid electrolyte may escape the mirror housing when the mirro...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Electrolyte has an irritating effect. Do not allow the liquid come into contact with eyes...
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Para - Electrolyte has an irritating effect. Do not allow the liquid come into contact with eyes,...
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Electrolyte drops coming into contact with the vehicle paint finish can only be completely...
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Section - Memory function
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Title - Memory function
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Marker - Memory function
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The memory and stored position buttons are located on the doors.
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OrderedList - 1 Memory button, used to store selected positions which can be retrieved by pressing
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Item - 1 Memory button, used to store selected positions which can be retrieved by pressing
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Item - 2 Stored position button Turn to position\x11
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Para - Together with the driver’s seat position you can store the positions for steering wheel an...
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Para - For the front passenger you can store the seat position.
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Para - Three stored positions for the driver’s seat are available for each of the two electronic ...
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Subsection - Storing positions into memory:
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Title - Storing positions into memory:
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Para - With the electronic key in starter switch position\x111 or\x112 or with the relevant door open a...
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Para - Adjust the seat to the desired position.
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Para - Driver’s seat: You can also adjust the steering wheel and the exterior mirrors electricall...
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Para - Turn button (2) to selected memory position.
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Para - Push memory button\x11(1), release and push the position button\x11(2) within 3\x11seconds.
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Subsection - Recalling positions from memory:
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Title - Recalling positions from memory:
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Para - To recall a seat\x12\x12/\x12steering wheel and exterior rear view mirror position, turn button (2)...
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Para - The seat\x12/\x12\x12steering wheel and exterior rear view mirror movement stops when the button is...
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Caution - Caution!
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BlockTitle - Caution!
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Para - Do not operate the power seats using the memory button if the backrest is in an excessivel...
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Para - First move backrest to an upright position.
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Prior to operating the vehicle, the driver should check and adjust if necessary the seat h...
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Para - In addition, also adjust the steering wheel to ensure adequate control, reach, operation a...
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Para - Fasten seat belts. Infants and small children should be seated in a properly secured restr...
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Para - All seat, head restraint, steering wheel, and rear view mirror adjustments as well as fast...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Children 12\x11years old and under must never ride in the front seat, except in a Mercedes-Be...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear...
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Para - According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear ...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - A child’s risk of serious or fatal injuries is significantly increased if the child restr...
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Para - A child’s risk of serious or fatal injuries is significantly increased if the child restra...
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Section - Instrument cluster
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Title - Instrument cluster
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Marker - Instrument cluster
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Knob for instrument cluster illumination, see\x11page\x11
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Item - 1 Knob for instrument cluster illumination, see\x11page\x11
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Item - 2 Tachometer
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Item - 3 Antilock brake system (ABS) malfunction indicator lamp, see page\x11
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Item - 4 Brake fluid low or parking brake engaged, see\x11page\x11
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Item - 5 Speedometer
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Item - 6 Left turn signal indicator lamp, see\x11combination switch on\x11page\x11
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Item - 7 Electronic stability program (ESP) warning lamp, system is adjusting to road conditions,...
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Item - 8 Indicator lamp without function. It illuminates with the electronic key in starter switc...
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Item - 9 CHECK ENGINE
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CapLetter - 9 CHECK ENGINE
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Item - 10 High beam headlamp indicator, see\x11exterior lamp switch, page\x11
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Item - 11 High beam headlamp indicator, exterior lamp switch, see page\x11
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Item - 12 Multifunction display, see page\x11
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Item - 13 Trip odometer, see page\x11
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Item - 14 Main odometer, see page\x11
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Item - 15 Display for program mode and gear range indicators, page\x11
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Item - 16 Malfunction/warning message memory, see\x11page\x11
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Item - 17 Outside temperature indicator, see page\x11
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Item - 18 Digital clock To set the time, see individual settings on page\x11
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Item - 19 Right turn signal indicator lamp, see\x11combination switch on page\x11
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Item - 20 Fasten seat belts, see page\x11
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Item - 21 Supplemental\x11restraint\x11system (SRS) malfunction indicator lamp, see page\x11
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Item - 22 Fuel gauge with reserve and fuel cap placement warning lamp, see page\x11
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Subsection - Activating instrument cluster display
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Title - Activating instrument cluster display
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Para - The instrument cluster is activated by:
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ItemizedList - • Opening the door
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Item - • Opening the door
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Item - • Pressing button\x11(1) on the instrument cluster
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Item - • Turning the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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Item - • Switching on the exterior lamps.
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Footnote - 1 The instrument cluster is activated for approximately 30\x11seconds.
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Subsection - Instrument cluster illumination
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Title - Instrument cluster illumination
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Para - The instrument cluster illumination is dimmed or brightened automatically to suit daylight...
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Para - The instrument cluster illumination will also be adjusted when the vehicle’s exterior lamp...
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Para - Display illumination, changing basic settings for driving at dusk or in darkness:
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Para - Rotate adjusting knob (1) clockwise – instrument lamp intensity increases.
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Para - Rotate adjusting knob (1) counterclockwise – instrument lamp intensity decreases.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - It is not possible to select a basic brightness setting in daylight – the intensity is adj...
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Subsection - Outside temperature indicator (17)
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Title - Outside temperature indicator (17)
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - The outside temperature indicator is not designed to serve as an Ice-Warning Device and is...
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Para - The temperature sensor is located in the front bumper area. Due to its location, the senso...
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Para - Adaption to ambient temperature takes place in steps and depends on the prevailing driving...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The temperature indicator display can be set to read out in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. ...
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Subsection - Trip odometer (13)
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Title - Trip odometer (13)
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Para - To reset to
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Para - Activate the instrument cluster if it is not already activated, see page\x11
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Para - Press button
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Para - Press button\x11(1) on the instrument cluster, see page\x11
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Subsection - Tachometer (2)
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Title - Tachometer (2)
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Para - The red marking on the tachometer denotes excessive engine speed.
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Para - Avoid this engine speed, as it may result in serious engine damage that is not covered by ...
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Para - To help protect the engine, the fuel supply is interrupted if the engine is operated withi...
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Section - Multifunction steering wheel
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Title - Multifunction steering wheel
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Marker - Multifunction steering wheel
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - Depending on your vehicle’s equipment, you may use the buttons on the multifunction steeri...
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OrderedList - 1 Trip odometer and main odometer, see page\x11
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Item - 1 Trip odometer and main odometer, see page\x11
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ItemPara - Flexible service system (FSS), see\x11page\x11
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Item - 2 Audio systems, see\x11page\x11
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ItemPara - Radio, see\x11page\x11
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Item - 3 Navigation system, see\x11page\x11
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Item - 4 Malfunction message memory, see page\x11
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Item - 5 Individual settings, see page\x11
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Item - 6 Trip computer, see\x11page\x11
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ItemPara - After start After reset Fuel tank content
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Item - 7 Telephone, see\x11page\x11
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Para - Press the
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Para - The display advances by one system each time the button is pressed.
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Para - You may call up additional displays within some of these categories by pressing the
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry -
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - A driver’s attention to the road must always be his\x12/ her primary focus when driving.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - For your safety and the safety of others, selecting features through the multifunction st...
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Para - For your safety and the safety of others, selecting features through the multifunction ste...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The displays in the multifunction display can be set to German, English, French, Italian o...
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Para - The displays for the audio systems (radio, CD player, cassette player) will appear in Engl...
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - 2 Multifunction steering wheel
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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Para - Press button:
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OrderedList - 3 è
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Item - 3 è
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SpecialChar - 3 è
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Item - 4 Ø
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SpecialChar - 4 Ø
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Item - 5 j
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SpecialChar - 5 j
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Item - 6 k
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SpecialChar - 6 k
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Item - 7 æ
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SpecialChar - 7 æ
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Item - 8 ç
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SpecialChar - 8 ç
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Item - 9 í
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SpecialChar - 9 í
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Item - 10 ì
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SpecialChar - 10 ì
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ItemPara - See page\x11
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Item - 11 Horn pad
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Para - Press the
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Para - The display advances by one system each time the button is pressed.
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Para - You may call up additional displays in some systems by pressing the
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Section - Trip and main odometer, FSS, coolant temperature, vehicle speed, engine oil level indicato
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Title - Trip and main odometer, FSS, coolant temperature, vehicle speed, engine oil level indicator
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Marker - Trip and main odometer, FSS, coolant temperature, vehicle speed, engine oil level indicator
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Trip odometer and main odometer See page\x11
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Item - 1 Trip odometer and main odometer See page\x11
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Item - 2 Coolant temperature gauge, see page\x11
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Item - 3 Vehicle speed if
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ItemPara - Outside temperature if
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Item - 4 FSS (Flexible service system), see page\x11
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Item - 5 Engine oil level indicator, see\x11page\x11
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Para - Press
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Section - Audio systems
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Title - Audio systems
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Marker - Audio systems
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Subsection - Audio systems:Radio
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Title - Audio systems:Radio
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Marker - Audio systems:Radio
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Audio system is switched off.
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Item - 1 Audio system is switched off.
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Item - 2 The radio is switched on.
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Item - 3 Wave band setting and memory location number, where appropriate.
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Item - 4 Station name setting or station frequency.
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Item - 5 This only appears when
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Para - The radio must be switched on.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press button
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Para - Use the
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Para - Pressing the
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Subsection - Audio systems:CD Player
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Title - Audio systems:CD Player
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Marker - Audio systems:CD Player
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Radio system is switched off.
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Item - 1 Radio system is switched off.
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Item - 2 The CD player is switched on.
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Item - 3 The number of the CD currently playing is displayed if you are using a CD changer.
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Item - 4 Track number.
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Para - TITLE
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Quotes - TITLE
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Para - TRACK
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Quotes - TRACK
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Para - The radio must be switched on.
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Para - The CD player must be switched on.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - To select a
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Subsection - Audio systems:Cassette player
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Title - Audio systems:Cassette player
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Marker - Audio systems:Cassette player
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Audio system is switched off.
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Item - 1 Audio system is switched off.
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Item - 2 The cassette player is switched on.
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Item - 3 Side being played.
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Para - The radio must be switched on.
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Para - The cassette player must be switched on.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - Pressing the
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - To select the reverse side of the tape, press button below track number on the audio syste...
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Section - Telephone
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Title - Telephone
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Marker - Telephone
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Subsection - Telephone:Telephone book
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Title - Telephone:Telephone book
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Marker - Telephone:Telephone book
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 The telephone is switched off.
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Item - 1 The telephone is switched off.
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Item - 2 The vehicle is currently outside the transmitter or receiver range.
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Item - 3 The telephone is ready for use.
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Item - 4 Name selected from the telephone book.
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Item - 5 Number for the name selected. The dialing commences.
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Item - 6 Dialing is completed. The name is displayed. The display remains for the duration of the...
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Item - 7 Duration of call
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Item - 8 Memory location number
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Item - 9 Signal strength (in top right corner): Vehicles with audio system: the higher the number...
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Para - The telephone must be switched on.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Press the
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Para - The procedure is cancelled and display\x11(4) appears.
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Para - Press the
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Para - The name will be displayed when dialing is completed. Display (6) remains for the duration...
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - Pressing the
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Subsection - Telephone:Redialing
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Title - Telephone:Redialing
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Marker - Telephone:Redialing
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 The telephone is ready for use.
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Item - 1 The telephone is ready for use.
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Item - 2 Number or name stored in the redial memory.
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Item - 3 Number in the redial memory — redialing has commenced.
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Item - 4 Dialing is complete and the name stored in the telephone book is displayed or the number...
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Item - 5 Signal strength: Vehicles with audio system (in top right corner): the higher the number...
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Item - 6 Memory location numbers — the 10 most recently dialed numbers are stored. L0, most recen...
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Item - 7 Duration of call.
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Para - The telephone must be switched on.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - Pressing the
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Press the
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Para - The procedure is cancelled and display\x11(1) appears.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Once dialing is complete the name\x11(4) is displayed if the name is stored in the telephone ...
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - Pressing the
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Subsection - Telephone:Incoming call
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Title - Telephone:Incoming call
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Marker - Telephone:Incoming call
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The telephone must be switched on.
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OrderedList - call
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Item - call
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DisplayMess - call
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Item - 2 Signal strength: Vehicles with audio system (in top right corner): the higher the number...
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Section - Navigation system
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Title - Navigation system
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Marker - Navigation system
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 The navigation system is switched off.
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Item - 1 The navigation system is switched off.
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Item - 2 The navigation system is switched on but no destination has been specified.
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Item - 3 The navigation system is switched on and destination guidance is active.
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Para - Press the
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Para - See the separate
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Para - Pressing the
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Section - Trip computer
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Title - Trip computer
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Marker - Trip computer
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - After\x11start
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Item - After\x11start
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DisplayMess - After\x11start
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Item - After\x11reset
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DisplayMess - After\x11reset
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Item - 3 Estimated range remaining
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Item - 4 Distance covered
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Item - 5 Elapsed time
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Item - 6 Average speed
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Item - 7 Average fuel consumption
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Para - Press the button
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The display (1) always appears the next time the trip computer is called up.
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Subsection - To reset the short
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Title - To reset the short
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Para - Call up the relevant display\x11(1\x11or\x112) using the
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The
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Section - Malfunction/warning message memory
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Title - Malfunction/warning message memory
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Marker - Malfunction/warning message memory
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 There are no messages stored in the system.
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Item - 1 There are no messages stored in the system.
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Item - 2 Number of messages stored in the system.
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Item - 3 There are messages stored in the system.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - See page\x11
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Para - Display\x11(2) will reappear after you have scanned all the malfunction and warning messages.
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Para - Should any malfunction or warning messages be stored while driving, they will reappear in ...
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Para - The malfunction or warning messages will now be displayed for approximately 5\x11seconds each.
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Para - Pressing the reset knob on the instrument cluster (see\x11page\x11
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Para - The message memory will be cleared when the electronic key is turned in the starter switch...
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Para - Pressing the
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - Malfunction and warning messages are only indicated for certain systems and displayed to a...
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Section - Individual settings
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Title - Individual settings
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Marker - Individual settings
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings.
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Item - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings.
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Item - SETTINGS
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DisplayMess - SETTINGS
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ItemPara - INSTRUMENT\x11CLUSTER
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DisplayMess - INSTRUMENT\x11CLUSTER
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ItemPara - LIGHTING
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DisplayMess - LIGHTING
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ItemPara - VEHICLE
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DisplayMess - VEHICLE
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ItemPara - CONVENIENCE
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Quotes - CONVENIENCE
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ItemPara - The four menus contain additional submenus. Individual settings can be selected in the...
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Item - 3 See below for instructions on returning the setting menus to the factory settings.
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Item - 4 Acknowledgment.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The displayed menu
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - INSTRUMENT\x11CLUSTER
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DisplayMess - INSTRUMENT\x11CLUSTER
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Para - LIGHTING
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DisplayMess - LIGHTING
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Para - VEHICLE
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DisplayMess - VEHICLE
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Para - CONVENIENCE
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Quotes - CONVENIENCE
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Para - Pressing the
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - These settings may only be performed with the vehicle at standstill and with the electroni...
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Para - The individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) will appear if you speed up.
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Para - The setting menu previously called up will reappear when the vehicle stops, providing no o...
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Subsection - To return menu\x11
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Title - To return menu\x11
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ItemizedList - • Call up the individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) or display\x11(2).
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Item - • Call up the individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) or display\x11(2).
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster (see\x11page\x11
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster once more. The menu
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ItemPara - The individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) will appear if you do not press the res...
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Subsection - Individual settings:\INSTRUMENT CLUSTER\
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Title - Individual settings:\INSTRUMENT CLUSTER\
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Marker - Individual settings:\INSTRUMENT CLUSTER\
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Quotes - INSTRUMENT\x11CLUSTER
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - SETTINGS
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DisplayMess - SETTINGS
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Item - SET TIME
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DisplayMess - SET TIME
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Item - SET TIME
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DisplayMess - SET TIME
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Item - 12/24 o’clock
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DisplayMess - 12/24 o’clock
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Item - TEMP.\x11INDICATOR
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DisplayMess - TEMP.\x11INDICATOR
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Item - display values in
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DisplayMess - display values in
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Item - TEXT
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DisplayMess - TEXT
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Item - select display
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DisplayMess - select display
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Item - 10 See page\x11
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Item - 11 Acknowledgment.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Vehicles with COMAND: For setting clock and speedometer units, see separate
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press button\x11
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Para - Press the
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Para - Pressing the
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Para - The settings made are stored and applied immediately.
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Para - The individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) will appear again after you have run throug...
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Subsection - To return menu\x11
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Title - To return menu\x11
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ItemizedList - • Call up one of the setting menus(3\x11to\x119).
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Item - • Call up one of the setting menus(3\x11to\x119).
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster, see page\x11
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster once more. The menu
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Subsection - Individual settings:\LIGHTING\
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Title - Individual settings:\LIGHTING\
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Marker - Individual settings:\LIGHTING\
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Quotes - LIGHTING
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - SETTINGS
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DisplayMess - SETTINGS
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Item - light\x11circuit\x11HEADLAMP\x11MODE
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DisplayMess - light\x11circuit\x11HEADLAMP\x11MODE
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Superscript - 1
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Item - LOCATOR LIGHTING
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DisplayMess - LOCATOR LIGHTING
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Item - HEADLAMPS DELAYED SWITCH\x15OFF
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DisplayMess - HEADLAMPS DELAYED SWITCH\x15OFF
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Item - INT. ILLUMINATION DELAYED SWITCH\x15OFF
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DisplayMess - INT. ILLUMINATION DELAYED SWITCH\x15OFF
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Item - 7 Returning the setting menu\x11
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Item - 8 Acknowledgment.
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Footnote - 1 Except Canada
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press button\x11
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Para - Press the
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Para - The individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) will appear again after you have run throug...
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Subsection - To return menu\x11
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Title - To return menu\x11
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ItemizedList - • Call up menu\x11(3 to\x116).
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Item - • Call up menu\x11(3 to\x116).
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster (see page\x11
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster once more. The menu
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Subsection - Individual settings:\VEHICLE\
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Title - Individual settings:\VEHICLE\
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Marker - Individual settings:\VEHICLE\
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Quotes - VEHICLE
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - SETTINGS
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DisplayMess - SETTINGS
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Item - press button in audio mode
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DisplayMess - press button in audio mode
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Superscript -
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Item - AUTOMATIC\x11DOOR\x11LOCK
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DisplayMess - AUTOMATIC\x11DOOR\x11LOCK
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Item - 5 Returning the setting menu\x11
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Item - 6 Acknowledgment.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press button\x11
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Para - Press the
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Para - The individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) will appear again after you have run throug...
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Subsection - To return menu\x11
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Title - To return menu\x11
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ItemizedList - • Call up menu\x11(3 or 4).
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Item - • Call up menu\x11(3 or 4).
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster (see page\x11
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster once more. The menu
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Subsection - Individual settings:\CONVENIENCE\
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Title - Individual settings:\CONVENIENCE\
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Marker - Individual settings:\CONVENIENCE\
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Quotes - CONVENIENCE
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - 1 Preliminary display of the individual settings
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Item - SETTINGS
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DisplayMess - SETTINGS
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Item - easy-entry feature activate
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DisplayMess - easy-entry feature activate
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Superscript -
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Item - 4
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Item - mirror setting when parking
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DisplayMess - mirror setting when parking
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Item - 6 Returning the setting menu\x11
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Item - 7 Acknowledgment.
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press the
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Para - Press button\x11
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Para - Press the
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Para - The individual setting preliminary display\x11(1) will appear again after you have run throug...
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Subsection - To return menu\x11
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Title - To return menu\x11
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ItemizedList - • Call up menu\x11(3 to 5).
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Item - • Call up menu\x11(3 to 5).
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster, see page\x11
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Item - • Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster once more. The menu
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Section - Setting the audio volume
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Title - Setting the audio volume
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Marker - Setting the audio volume
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Para - You can only adjust the volume of the system currently in use.
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Para - Vehicles with COMAND system:
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Para - The volume setting for each system (audio, telephone, navigation and voice recognition sys...
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Para - Setting button:
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Para - æ
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SpecialChar - æ
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Para - ç
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SpecialChar - ç
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Section - Coolant temperature gauge
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Title - Coolant temperature gauge
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Marker - Coolant temperature gauge
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x112.
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Para - Call up the trip odometer and main odometer by pressing button
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Para - During severe operating conditions and stop-and-go city traffic, the coolant temperature m...
133
Para - The engine should not be operated with the coolant temperature above 120
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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ItemizedList - • Driving when your engine is badly overheated can cause some fluids which may hav...
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Item - • Driving when your engine is badly overheated can cause some fluids which may have leaked...
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Bold - • Driving when your engine is badly overheated can cause some fluids which may have leaked...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - • Steam from an overheated engine can cause serious burns and can occur just by opening t...
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ItemizedList - • Steam from an overheated engine can cause serious burns and can occur just by op...
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Item - • Steam from an overheated engine can cause serious burns and can occur just by opening th...
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Bold - • Steam from an overheated engine can cause serious burns and can occur just by opening th...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Turn off the engine, get out of the vehicle and do not stand near the vehicle until it co...
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Para - Turn off the engine, get out of the vehicle and do not stand near the vehicle until it coo...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Excessive coolant temperatures trigger a warning in the multifunction display. See page\x11
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Section - Flexible service system (FSS)
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Title - Flexible service system (FSS)
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Marker - Flexible service system (FSS)
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The FSS permits a flexible service schedule that is directly related to the operating cond...
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Para - The symbol
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Para - Depending on operating conditions throughout the year, the next service is calculated and ...
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Para - The message is displayed for approximately 10\x11seconds when turning the electronic key in s...
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Para - The symbols and messages indicate the type of service to be performed:
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DefinitionList - 9
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Definition - 9
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SpecialChar - 9
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Item - Service\x11A
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Definition - º
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SpecialChar - º
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Item - Service\x11B
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Para - One of the following messages will appear in the display (e.g. Service\x11A):
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Para - service\x11A\x11–\x11in
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DisplayMess - service\x11A\x11–\x11in
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DisplayMess - service\x11A\x11–\x11in
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Para - The next service due date is displayed either in days or in miles, depending on your drivi...
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Para - Once the suggested service term has passed, the symbol and message appear for approximatel...
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Para - The service indicator disappears automatically after 30\x11seconds or if the knob for instrum...
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Para - Calling up service indicator manually:
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111.
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Para - Call up the trip odometer and main odometer by pressing button
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Para - Press button
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Para - The next or previous system is displayed by pressing button
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - The FSS indicator is not an engine oil level indicator. See page\x11
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - When disconnecting vehicle battery for one or more days at a time, such days will not be c...
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Para - The interval between services is determined by the type of driving for which the vehicle i...
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Para - Following a completed A or B service the Mercedes\x15Benz Center sets the counter mileage to ...
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Para - The counter can also be set by any individual. To do so:
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111.
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Para - To call up the trip odometer and main odometer, press button
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Para - Press button
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Para - Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster, see page\x11
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Para - The multifunction display will show the question:
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Para - Press the reset knob on the instrument cluster again to reset the service indicator.
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Para - The new service indicator is displayed with the reset distance of 10\x11000\x11miles (Canada 15\x11...
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Para - If the FSS counter was inadvertently reset, have a Mercedes\x15Benz Center correct it.
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Para - However you choose to set your reference numbers, the scheduled services as posted in the ...
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Section - Engine oil level indicator
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Title - Engine oil level indicator
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Marker - Engine oil level indicator
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
137
Para - To check the engine oil level, park vehicle on level ground, with engine at normal operati...
137
Para - Check oil level approximately 5\x11minutes after stopping the engine, allowing for the oil to...
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Para - The message
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ItemizedList - • with engine at operational temperature approximately 5\x11minutes.
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Item - • with engine at operational temperature approximately 5\x11minutes.
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Item - • with engine not at operational temperature up to approximately 30\x11minutes.
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Para - The engine oil level check can be repeated after a short time.
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x112.
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Para - To call up the trip odometer and main odometer, press button
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Para - Press button
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Para - The electronic key in starter switch is not in position\x112 if the
137
Para - The
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Para - One of the following messages will subsequently appear on the indicator:
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Para - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11O.K.
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DisplayMess - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11O.K.
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Para - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11ADD 1.0\x11QUART
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DisplayMess - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11ADD 1.0\x11QUART
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Para - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11ADD 1.5\x11QUART
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DisplayMess - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11ADD 1.5\x11QUART
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Para - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11ADD 2.0\x11QUART
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DisplayMess - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11ADD 2.0\x11QUART
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Para - See
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Para - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11REDUCE OIL LEVEL
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DisplayMess - ENGINE OIL LEVEL\x11–\x11REDUCE OIL LEVEL
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Underline - Do not overfill the engine.
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Para - The
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Para - Perform the engine oil level check with the dipstick, if it cannot be completed via the mu...
138
Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
138
Para - See malfunction and warning messages on page\x11
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Para - The engine oil level cannot be checked while the engine is running. The
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Section - Engine oil consumption
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Title - Engine oil consumption
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Marker - Engine oil consumption
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Para - Engine oil consumption checks should only be made after the break-in period. During the br...
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Section - Exterior lamp switch
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Title - Exterior lamp switch
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Marker - Exterior lamp switch
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
139
DefinitionList - M
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Definition - M
139
SpecialChar - M
139
Item - Off
139
Definition - U
139
SpecialChar - U
139
Item - Automatic headlamp mode, see below.
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Definition - C
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SpecialChar - C
139
Item - Parking lamps (also side marker lamps, taillamps, licence plate lamps, instrument panel la...
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Definition - B
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SpecialChar - B
139
Item - Parking lamps plus low beam or high beam headlamps (combination switch pushed forward).
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Definition - \x1A
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SpecialChar - \x1A
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Item - Standing lamps, right (turn left one stop)
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Definition - ‚
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SpecialChar - ‚
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Item - Standing lamps, left (turn left two stops)
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Definition - ‡
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SpecialChar - ‡
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Item - Front fog lamps (pull out one stop) with parking lamps and/or low beam headlamps on. Green...
139
Definition - †
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SpecialChar - †
139
Item - Rear fog lamp (pull out to second detent) in addition to the front fog lamps. Yellow indic...
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Note - Note:
139
BlockTitle - Note:
139
Para - With the electronic key removed and the driver’s door open, a warning sounds if the vehicl...
139
Para - Fog lamps will operate with the parking lamps and\x12/\x12or the low beam headlamps on. Fog lamp...
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Para - Fog lamps are automatically switched off when the exterior lamp switch is turned to position
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Section - Headlamp mode (HEADLAMPS)
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Title - Headlamp mode (HEADLAMPS)
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Marker - Headlamp mode (HEADLAMPS)
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Para - The headlamps can be switched on and off manually or automatically, or switched to daytime...
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Para - Manual operation:
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Para - The low beam headlamps, parking lamps and license plate lamps can be switched on and off w...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - The driver is responsible for the operation of the vehicle’s lights at all times. The auto...
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Para - Automatic operation:
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Para - With electronic key in starter switch in position\x111 turn exterior lamp switch to position\x11
140
Para - The parking lamps switch on and off automatically depending on the brightness of the ambie...
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Subtitle - With the engine running and exterior lamp switch in position\x11
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Para - The low beam headlamps, parking lamps and license plate lamps are switched on and off auto...
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Para - The low beam headlamps, parking lamps and license plate lamps can still be switched on and...
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The headlamps will not be automatically switched on under foggy conditions.
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Subsection - Exterior lamp switch:Daytime running lamp mode
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Title - Exterior lamp switch:Daytime running lamp mode
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Marker - Exterior lamp switch:Daytime running lamp mode
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Para - Turn exterior lamp switch to position\x11
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Para - When the engine is running, the low beam headlamps (includes parking lamps and license pla...
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Para - Canada only: When shifting from a driving position to position\x11
141
Para - For nighttime driving the exterior lamp switch should be turned to position
141
Para - USA only: The high beam headlamps can also be activated when driving with the daytime runn...
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Para - See page\x11
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Para - To activate the daytime running lamp mode, see
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Section - Night security illumination
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Title - Night security illumination
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Marker - Night security illumination
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Para - When turning off the engine, the exterior lamps switch on for added illumination, if they ...
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Para - The lamp-on time period for night security illumination can be set at several different ti...
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - Within 10\x11minutes after closing the last door the night security illumination can be react...
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Para - See “Individual settings”\x11–\x11
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Subtitle - Deactivating night security illumination temporarily:
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x110 then to position\x112 and back to pos...
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Subsection - Locator lighting
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Title - Locator lighting
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Marker - Locator lighting
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Para - After unlocking the vehicle with the electronic main key during darkness, the fog lamps, p...
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Para - The exterior lamps will be switched off when opening the driver’s door.
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Para - See “Individual settings”\x11–\x11
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Section - Headlamp cleaning system
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Title - Headlamp cleaning system
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Marker - Headlamp cleaning system
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111.
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Para - The headlamps will be cleaned with a high-pressure water jet when you press the headlamp w...
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Para - See page\x11
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Section - Combination switch
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Title - Combination switch
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Marker - Combination switch
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Low beam (exterior lamp switch position
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Item - 1 Low beam (exterior lamp switch position
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Item - 2 High beam (exterior lamp switch position
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Item - 3 High beam flasher (high beam available independent of exterior lamp switch position)
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Item - 4 Turn signals, right
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Item - 5 Turn signals, left
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Para - To signal minor directional changes, such as changing lanes on a highway, move combination...
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Para - To operate the turn signals continuously, move the combination switch past the point of re...
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Para - Turn signal failure
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Bold - Turn signal failure
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Para - If one of the turn signals fails, the turn signal indicator system flashes and sounds at a...
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OrderedList - <GRAPHIK>
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Item - <GRAPHIK>
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Graphic - <GRAPHIK>
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Marker - P54.20-2001-26
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ItemPara - Push switch past resistance point: Windshield washer system, windshield wipers.
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ItemPara - See page\x11
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Item - 7 Windshield wipers
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Item - 0
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DefinitionList - 0
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Definition - 0
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Item - Off
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Definition - I
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Item - Intermittent wiping
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ItemPara - Rain sensor
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Marker - Rain sensor
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ItemPara - Notes:
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ItemPara - With switch in this position, one wipe occurs when turning the electronic key in start...
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ItemPara - Do not leave in intermittent setting when vehicle is taken to an automatic car wash or...
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Definition - II
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Item - Normal wiper speed
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Definition - III
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Item - Fast wiper speed
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Subsection - Blocked windshield wipers
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Title - Blocked windshield wipers
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Para - If the windshield wipers become blocked (for example, due to snow), switch off the wipers.
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Para - For safety reasons before removing ice or snow, remove electronic key from starter switch....
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Para - Activate combination switch again (electronic key in starter switch position\x111).
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Subsection - Emergency operation of windshield wipers
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Title - Emergency operation of windshield wipers
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Para - In case of windshield wiper malfunction in switch positions\x11I or\x11III, turn combination swi...
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Subsection - Windshield wipers smear
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Title - Windshield wipers smear
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Para - If the windshield wipers smear the windshield, even during rain, activate the washer syste...
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Para - See page\x11
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Subsection - Windshield and headlamp washer fluid mixing ratio
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Title - Windshield and headlamp washer fluid mixing ratio
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Para - For temperatures above freezing: MB Windshield Washer Concentrate
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Para - 1 part
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Para - For temperature below freezing:
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Para - MB Windshield Washer Concentrate
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Para - 1 part
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Section - Hazard warning flasher
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Title - Hazard warning flasher
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Marker - Hazard warning flasher
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The hazard warning flasher can be activated either manually via the switch located in the ...
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Para - To activate hazard warning flasher, press switch once. To deactivate, press switch again.
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Para - If hazard warning flasher was activated automatically, press switch twice to deactivate.
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - With the hazard warning flasher activated, the combination switch in position for either l...
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Section - Climate control
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Title - Climate control
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Marker - Climate control
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Display and controls
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Item - 1 Display and controls
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Item - 2 Air volume control for left center air outlet
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Item - 3 Center air outlet, left, adjustable
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Item - 4 Thumbwheel for adding outside air at air outlets for center, left and right sides, as we...
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Item - 5 Center air outlet, right, adjustable
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Item - 6 Air volume control for right center air outlet
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Item - 7 Air volume control and air outlet on dashboard top center
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Item - 8 Air volume control for side air outlet
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Item - 9 Side air outlet, adjustable
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Item - 10 Side defroster outlet, fixed
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Subsection - Climate control:Display and controls
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Title - Climate control:Display and controls
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Marker - Climate control:Display and controls
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Air volume
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Item - 1 Air volume
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Item - 2 Temperature control, left
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Item - 3 Temperature control, right
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Item - 4 Air distribution control switch
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Item - 5 Rear window defroster, see page\x11
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Item - 6 Economy mode, see page\x11
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Item - 7 Air distribution and air volume (automatic)
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Item - 8 Air recirculation, see page\x11
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Item - 9 Defrosting, see page\x11
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - This vehicle is equipped with an air conditioning system that uses R-134a (HFC: hydrofluor...
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Subsection - Climate control
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Title - Climate control
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Para - The system is always at operational readiness, except when manually switched off.
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Para - The climate control only operates with the engine running.
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Para - The temperature selector should be left at the desired temperature setting. The temperatur...
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Para - The system will not heat or cool any quicker by setting a higher or lower temperature.
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Para - The desired interior temperature can be selected separately for the left and right side of...
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Para - The climate control removes considerable moisture from the air during operation in the coo...
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Para - The air conditioning will not engage (no cooling) if the economy mode
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - Do not obstruct the air flow by placing objects on the air flow-through exhaust slots belo...
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Para - Also keep the air intake grill in front of the windshield free of snow and debris.
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Para - The storage compartment between the front seats can be ventilated. See page\x11
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Para - The air conditioner switches itself off for its own protection if refrigerant is lost. No ...
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Subsection - Climate control:Dust filter
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Title - Climate control:Dust filter
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Marker - Climate control:Dust filter
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Para - Nearly all dust particles and pollen are filtered out before outside air enters the passen...
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Subsection - Climate control:Basic setting
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Title - Climate control:Basic setting
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Marker - Climate control:Basic setting
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Para - Press
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Para - Set the left and right temperature to\x1172
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Para - Heating mode: To lower headroom temperature, use thumbwheel (4, page\x11
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Para - Air conditioning mode: Open air outlets at dashboard top center (7, page\x11
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Subsection - Climate control:Special settings
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Title - Climate control:Special settings
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Marker - Climate control:Special settings
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Subtitle - Air distribution and air volume, manual
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Bold - Air distribution and air volume, manual
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Para - Press
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Para - Select any of the six air volume speeds and the air distribution.
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Subtitle - Air distribution, manual:
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DefinitionList - h
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Definition - h
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SpecialChar - h
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Item - Air from the center, side, dashboard top center and rear passenger compartment air outlets.
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Definition - j
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SpecialChar - j
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Item - Air from the windshield, side defroster and rear passenger compartment air outlets.
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Definition - k
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SpecialChar - k
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Item - Air from the center, side, footwell, rear footwell and rear passenger compartment air outl...
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Subtitle - To return to automatic mode:
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Para - Press the
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Subsection - Climate control:Defrosting
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Title - Climate control:Defrosting
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Marker - Climate control:Defrosting
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Para - Press the
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Para - Switch off air recirculation, if selected. Press button\x11
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Para - Close center air outlets.
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Para - Turn wheels\x11(8, page\x11
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Para - Pressing the switch again returns the system to the previous setting.
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Subsection - Climate control:Windows fogged up on the inside
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Title - Climate control:Windows fogged up on the inside
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Marker - Climate control:Windows fogged up on the inside
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Para - Switch off the economy mode, if selected. Press button\x11
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Para - Switch off air recirculation, if selected. Press button\x11
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Para - Press the
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Para - Increase temperature setting.
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Para - Open the side air outlets\x11(9, page\x11
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Subsection - Climate control:Windows fogged up on the outside
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Title - Climate control:Windows fogged up on the outside
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Marker - Climate control:Windows fogged up on the outside
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Para - Switch on the windshield wiper.
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Para - Close air outlet at dashboard top center.
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Para - Switch to manual mode.
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Para - Turn air distribution switch to position\x11
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Subsection - Climate control:Air recirculation
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Title - Climate control:Air recirculation
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Marker - Climate control:Air recirculation
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Para - Select air recirculation:
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Para - Press button
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Para - To switch off the air recirculation:
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Para - Press button
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Para - Switching on air recirculation and activating convenience closing of power windows and sli...
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Para - Press button
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Para - Switching off air recirculation and activating convenience opening:
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Para - Press button
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Para - A window or the sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof opened manually after convenience closing will no lo...
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Para - The system automatically switches from air recirculation to fresh air:
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ItemizedList - • after 30\x11minutes if the outside temperature is above about\x1140
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Item - • after 30\x11minutes if the outside temperature is above about\x1140
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Item - • after 5\x11minutes if the outside temperature is below about 40
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Item - • after 5\x11minutes if economy mode
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Para - The system switches automatically to air recirculation at high outside temperatures. A qua...
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Para - If the windows should fog up from the inside, switch from recirculated air back to fresh air.
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Subsection - Climate control \x15 OFF/ON
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Title - Climate control \x15 OFF/ON
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Para - To switch the climate control off, set the air volume control switch to position\x110.
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Para - The fresh air supply to the vehicle interior is shut off.
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Para - While driving, use this setting only temporarily, otherwise the windshield could fog up.
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Para - To switch the climate control on again, set air volume control switch to any speed.
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Subsection - Climate control:Economy mode
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Title - Climate control:Economy mode
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Marker - Climate control:Economy mode
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Para - The function of this setting corresponds to the automatic mode. However, because the air c...
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Para - Press
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Para - Press
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
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Para - In the
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Subsection - Climate control:Residual engine heat utilization
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Title - Climate control:Residual engine heat utilization
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Marker - Climate control:Residual engine heat utilization
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Para - With the engine switched off, it is possible to continue to heat or ventilate the interior...
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Para - To select:
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x110 or remove it altogether.
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Para - Press button
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Para - This function selection will not activate if the battery level is insufficient.
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Para - The function switches off automatically:
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ItemizedList - • if the electronic key in starter switch is turned to position\x112,
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Item - • if the electronic key in starter switch is turned to position\x112,
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Item - • after approximately 30\x11minutes,
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Item - • if the battery voltage drops.
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Section - Automatic climate control
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Title - Automatic climate control
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Marker - Automatic climate control
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Display and controls
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Item - 1 Display and controls
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Item - 2 Air volume control for left center air outlet
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Item - 3 Center air outlet, left, adjustable
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Item - 4 Thumbwheel for adding outside air at air outlets for center, left and right sides, as we...
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Item - 5 Center air outlet, right, adjustable
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Item - 6 Air volume control for right center air outlet
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Item - 7 Air volume control and air outlet on dashboard top center
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Item - 8 Air volume control for side air outlet
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Item - 9 Side air outlet, adjustable
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Item - 10 Side defroster outlet, fixed
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Display and controls
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Title - Automatic climate control:Display and controls
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Display and controls
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Temperature control, left, lowering
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Item - 1 Temperature control, left, lowering
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Item - 2 Temperature control, left, raising
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Item - 3 Air distribution control switch left (automatic, manual operation)
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Item - 4 Activated charcoal filter, see page\x11
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Item - 5 Display
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Item - 6 Air distribution control switch right (automatic, manual operation)
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Item - 7 Temperature control, right, raising
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Item - 8 Temperature control, right, lowering
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Item - 9 Rear window defroster, see page\x11
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Item - 10 Economy mode, see page\x11
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switch on system
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Item - 12 Air volume control - switch off system
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Item - 13 Air recirculation, see page\x11
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Item - 14 Defrosting, see page\x11
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Important - Important!
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BlockTitle - Important!
157
Para - This vehicle is equipped with an air conditioning system that uses R-134a (HFC: hydrofluor...
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OrderedList - 1 Temperature, left
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Item - 1 Temperature, left
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Item - 2 Temperature, right
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Item - 3 Air volume
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Item - 4 Automatic mode is selected
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Subsection - Automatic climate control
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Title - Automatic climate control
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Para - The system is always at operational readiness, except when manually switched off.
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Para - The automatic climate control only operates with the engine running.
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Para - The temperature selector should be left at the desired temperature setting. The temperatur...
158
Para - The system will not heat or cool any quicker by setting a higher or lower temperature.
158
Para - The desired interior temperature and air distribution can be selected separately for the l...
158
Para - The automatic climate control removes considerable moisture from the air during operation ...
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Para - The air conditioning will not engage (no cooling) if the economy mode
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - Do not obstruct the air flow by placing objects on the air flow-through exhaust slots belo...
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Para - Also keep the air intake grill in front of the windshield free of snow and debris.
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Para - The storage compartment between the front seats can be ventilated. See page\x11
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Para - The air conditioner switches itself off for its own protection if refrigerant is lost. No ...
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Dust filter
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Title - Automatic climate control:Dust filter
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Dust filter
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Para - Nearly all dust particles and pollen are filtered out before outside air enters the passen...
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Basic setting
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Title - Automatic climate control:Basic setting
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Basic setting
159
Para - Briefly press left or right
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Para - The economy mode and air recirculation functions will be switched off. The automatic blowe...
159
Para - Set the temperature switches on the left and right to\x1172
159
Para - Heating mode: To lower headroom temperature, use thumbwheel (4, page\x11
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Para - Air conditioning mode: Open air outlets at dashboard top center (7, page\x11
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Special settings
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Title - Automatic climate control:Special settings
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Special settings
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Subtitle - Automatic climate control:Air volume, manual
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Air volume, manual
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Bold - Air distribution, manual
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Para - Press left or right
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DefinitionList - h
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Definition - h
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SpecialChar - h
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Item - Air from the center, side, dashboard top center and rear passenger compartment air outlets.
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Definition - j
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SpecialChar - j
160
Item - Air from the windshield, side defroster and rear passenger compartment air outlets.
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Definition - k
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SpecialChar - k
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Item - Air from the center, side, footwell, rear footwell and rear passenger compartment air outl...
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Para - To return to automatic mode:
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Para - Press left or right
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Subtitle - Air volume, manual
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Bold - Air volume, manual
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Para - Seven blower speeds are available.
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Para - Press right\x11
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Para - The display
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Para - To return to automatic mode:
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Para - Press left or right
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Defrosting
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Title - Automatic climate control:Defrosting
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Defrosting
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Para - Windows fogged up on the inside
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Bold - Windows fogged up on the inside
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Windows fogged up on the inside
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Para - Press the
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Para - Switch off air recirculation, if selected. Press button\x11
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Para - The fan is set to a higher speed and the warm air is directed to the defroster and windshi...
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Para - Pressing the switch again returns the system to the previous setting.
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Windows fogged up on the outside
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Title - Automatic climate control:Windows fogged up on the outside
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Windows fogged up on the outside
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Para - Switch on the windshield wiper.
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Para - Close air outlet on dashboard top center (7, page\x11
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Para - Switch to manual mode.
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Para - Turn air distribution control switch to position\x11
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Air recirculation
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Title - Automatic climate control:Air recirculation
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Air recirculation
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Para - Select air recirculation:
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Para - Press button
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Para - To switch off the air recirculation:
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Para - Press button
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Para - Switching on air recirculation and activating convenience closing of power windows and sli...
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Para - Press button
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Para - Switching off air recirculation and activating convenience opening:
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Para - Press button
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Para - A window or the sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof opened manually after convenience closing will no lo...
162
Para - The system automatically switches from air recirculation to fresh air:
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ItemizedList - • after 30\x11minutes if the outside temperature is above about\x1140
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Item - • after 30\x11minutes if the outside temperature is above about\x1140
162
Item - • after 5\x11minutes if the outside temperature is below about 40
162
Item - • after 5\x11minutes if economy mode
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Para - The system switches automatically to air recirculation at high outside temperatures. A qua...
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Para - If the windows should fog up from the inside, switch from recirculated air back to fresh air.
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Activated charcoal filter
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Title - Automatic climate control:Activated charcoal filter
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Activated charcoal filter
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Para - An activated charcoal filter markedly reduces bad odors and removes pollutants from air en...
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Para - To select, press
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Para - To cancel, press button. The indicator lamp in the button goes out.
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Para - The system switches automatically to the air recirculation mode, if the carbon monoxide\x11(C...
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Para - The automatic air recirculation mode does not function if economy mode
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Para - The activated charcoal filter should be switched off when windows fog up on the inside, or...
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Para - Switching on the activated carbon filter and activating convenience closing of power windo...
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Para - The indicator lamp in the
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Para - Switching off activated carbon filter and activating convenience opening:
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Para - The indicator lamp in the
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Para - A window or the sliding\x12/\x12pop-up roof opened manually after convenience closing will no lo...
163
Subsection - Automatic climate control:Economy mode
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Title - Automatic climate control:Economy mode
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Economy mode
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Para - The function of this setting corresponds to the automatic mode. However, because the air c...
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Para - Press
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Para - Press
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Important - Important!
164
BlockTitle - Important!
164
Para - In the
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Subsection - Automatic climate control - OFF/ON
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Title - Automatic climate control - OFF/ON
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Para - To switch the climate control off, set the air volume control switch to position\x110.
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Para - The fresh air supply to the vehicle interior is shut off.
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Para - While driving, use this setting only temporarily, otherwise the windshield could fog up.
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Para - To switch the climate control on again, press the
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Subsection - Automatic climate control:Residual engine heat utilization
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Title - Automatic climate control:Residual engine heat utilization
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Residual engine heat utilization
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Para - With the engine switched off, it is possible to continue to heat or ventilate the interior...
165
Para - To select:
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x111 or\x110 or remove it altogether.
165
Para - Press button
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Para - This function selection will not activate if the battery level is insufficient.
165
Para - The function switches off automatically:
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ItemizedList - • if the electronic key in starter switch is turned to position\x112,
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Item - • if the electronic key in starter switch is turned to position\x112,
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Item - • after approximately 30\x11minutes,
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Item - • if the battery voltage drops.
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Section - Rear window defroster
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Title - Rear window defroster
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Marker - Rear window defroster
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Para - Turn the electronic key in starter switch to position\x112.
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Para - To select:
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Para - Press the
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Para - To cancel:
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Para - Press the
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - Heavy accumulation of snow and ice should be removed before activating the defroster.
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Para - The rear window defroster uses a large amount of power. To keep the battery drain to a min...
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Para - The defroster is automatically turned off after approximately 6–17\x11minutes of operation de...
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Para - If several power consumers are turned on simultaneously, or the battery is only partially ...
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Para - As soon as the battery has sufficient voltage, the defroster automatically turns itself ba...
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Section - Front center console storage compartment ventilation
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Title - Front center console storage compartment ventilation
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Marker - Front center console storage compartment ventilation
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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Para - The front center console compartment has its own air outlet.
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Para - To open: Raise lever (1).
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Para - To close: Lower lever (1).
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Para - The air volume is dependent on the setting of:
167
ItemizedList - • air distribution control,
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Item - • air distribution control,
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Item - • air volume control,
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Item - • air outlets in the dashboard.
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Para - The air temperature is about the same as that of the dashboard air outlets. It cannot be r...
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Note - Notes:
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BlockTitle - Notes:
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Para - The compartment can get very warm due to its confined space. When storing heat sensitive o...
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Para - Do not allow articles to obstruct the air outlet in the storage compartment.
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Section - Automatic climate control:Adjustable air outlets, rear passenger compartment
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Title - Automatic climate control:Adjustable air outlets, rear passenger compartment
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Marker - Automatic climate control:Adjustable air outlets, rear passenger compartment
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 Center air outlet, left
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Item - 1 Center air outlet, left
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Item - 2 Air volume control for center air outlets
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ItemPara - To open: Turn the wheel upward.
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Item - 3 Center air outlet, right
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Note - Note:
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BlockTitle - Note:
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Para - The temperature at the air outlets for the rear passenger compartment\x11(1 and\x113) is the sam...
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Section - Operation Audio and telephone
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Title - Operation Audio and telephone
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Marker - Operation Audio and telephone
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Para - These instructions are intended to help you become acquainted with your Mercedes\x15Benz audi...
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Warning - <TABELLE>
169
TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
169
Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - In order to avoid distraction which could lead to an accident, system settings should be e...
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - Bear in mind that at a speed of just 30\x11mph (approximately 50\x11km/h), your car is covering...
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Para - Bear in mind that at a speed of just 30\x11mph (approximately 50\x11km/h), your car is covering ...
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Section - Operating safety
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Title - Operating safety
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Marker - Operating safety
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Warning - <TABELLE>
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TBody - <TABELLENHAUPTTEXT>
169
Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
169
Entry - Warning!
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Para - Warning!
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Para - Any alterations made to electronic components can cause malfunctions.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - The radio, cassette deck, CD changer1 and telephone1 are interconnected. Therefore, when ...
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Para - The radio, cassette deck, CD changer
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - These malfunctions might seriously impair the operating safety of your vehicle.
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Para - These malfunctions might seriously impair the operating safety of your vehicle.
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Row - <TABELLENREIHE>
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Entry - We recommend that you have any service work or alterations to electronic components done ...
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Para - We recommend that you have any service work or alterations to electronic components done a...
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Footnote - 1 Optional equipment
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Footnote - Dolby and the double-D symbol
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Section - Operating and display elements
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Title - Operating and display elements
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Marker - Operating and display elements
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Figure - <GRAPHIK>
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OrderedList - 1 On/off, volume
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Item - 1 On/off, volume
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Item - 2 Telephone mode selector
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Item - 3 Seek tuning
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Item - 4 Radio mode selector
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Item - 5 Manual tuning
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Item - 6 CD mode selector
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Item - 7 Tape mode selector
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Item - 8 Display panel The cassette slot is located behind the display panel. For notes on playin...
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Item - 9 Alpha-numeric keypad for station storage and frequency entry
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