2011 Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe Owner's Manual

2011 Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe owners manual
Year:
2011
Make:
Mercedes-Benz
Model:
E Class Coupe
Rating:
(5)

Online manual

Size:
14.06 MB

Table of Contents

Introduction
20
Notes on the Operator's Manual
20
Service and literature
20
Information for customers in California
21
Maintenance
21
Roadside Assistance
21
Change of address or ownership
21
Safety notes
22
Problems with your vehicle
23
Reporting malfunctions relevant to safety
23
Information regarding electronic recording devices
24
At a glance
26
Exterior view
26
Overview
28
Warning and indicator lamps
29
Coupe
31
Cabriolet
32
Overhead control panel
33
Door control panel
34
Safety
36
Overview of occupant safety
36
SRS (Supplemental Restraint System)
36
Air bags
38
Occupant Classification System (OCS)
44
BabySmart™ air bag deactivation system
49
Roll bar (Cabriolet)
52
PRE-SAFE® system
53
NECK-PRO head restraints
53
Resetting triggered NECK-PRO head restraints
54
Important safety notes
60
Child restraint systems
61
Child-proof locks
65
Overview of driving safety systems
66
Important safety notes
66
ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)
66
BAS (Brake Assist)
67
BAS PLUS (Brake Assist PLUS)
67
ESP® (Electronic Stability Program)
68
EBD
70
Adaptive Brake
70
Immobilizer
72
ATA (Anti-Theft Alarm system)
73
Opening and closing
76
Important safety notes
76
General information
76
SmartKey functions
76
KEYLESS-GO
77
Changing the settings of the locking system
79
Restoring the factory settings
79
Mechanical key
79
SmartKey battery
79
Important safety notes
82
Unlocking and opening doors from the inside
83
Centrally locking and unlocking the vehicle from the inside
83
Automatic locking
83
Unlocking the driver's door (mechanical key)
84
Important safety notes
84
Opening and closing manually
85
Automatic opening and closing from the outside
86
Opening automatically from the inside
86
Locking the trunk separately
86
Unlocking the trunk (mechanical key)
87
Important safety notes
87
Opening and closing the side windows
88
Opening and closing all side windows (Cabriolet)
89
Convenience opening (Coupe)
89
Convenience closing (Coupe)
89
Resetting the side windows
90
Important safety notes
91
Opening and closing the roof with the soft top switch
92
Opening and closing with the key
93
Closing the soft top manually
93
Relocking the soft top
97
Trunk partition
98
Brackets for the wind screen
98
AIRCAP
99
Installing and removing the AIRCAP wind screen
100
Important safety notes
103
Operating the panorama sliding sunroof
104
Operating the roller sunblind of the panorama sliding sunroof
104
Problems with the sliding sunroof
105
Seats, steering wheel and mirrors
108
Vehicle equipment
108
Important safety notes
109
Adjusting the seats
110
Adjusting the head restraints
110
Lowering the head restraints in the rear compartment manually (Cabriolet)
111
Folding the front seat backrests forward/back
112
Adjusting the multicontour seat
112
Adjusting the four-way lumbar support
113
Switching the seat heating on/off
113
Switching the seat ventilation on/off
114
Important safety notes
115
Adjusting the steering wheel
115
Rear-view mirror
116
Exterior mirrors
116
Automatic anti-glare mirrors
117
Storing settings
118
Calling up a stored setting
118
Lights and windshield wipers
122
Important safety notes
122
Notes on driving abroad
122
Light switch
122
Combination switch
124
Hazard warning lamps
126
Headlamp cleaning system
126
Cornering light function
126
Overview of interior lighting
127
Interior lighting control
127
Important safety notes
128
Overview: changing bulbs/bulb types
129
Important safety notes
131
Switching the windshield wipers on/off
131
Replacing the wiper blades
132
Problems with the windshield wipers
132
Climate control
136
Important safety notes
136
Control panel for the dual-zone automatic climate control
137
Switching the control on/off
141
Switching cooling with air dehumidification on/off
141
Setting climate control to automatic
142
Setting the temperature
143
Setting the air distribution
143
Setting the airflow
144
Switching the ZONE function on/off
144
Defrosting the windshield
144
Maximum cooling MAX COOL
145
Defrosting the windows
145
Rear window heating
146
Activating/deactivating air-recirculation mode
146
Important safety notes
147
Setting the center air vents
147
Setting the side air vents
148
Setting the air vent in the glove box
148
Setting the rear-compartment air vents
148
Setting the AIRSCARF vents
149
Driving and parking
152
Important safety notes
152
SmartKey positions
153
Starting the engine
154
Pulling away
155
Important safety notes
158
Selector lever
158
Transmission positions
159
Gearshifting
160
Driving tips
160
Program selector button
160
Steering wheel paddle shifters
161
Automatic drive program
161
Shift ranges
162
Manual drive program
162
Problems with the transmission
164
Important safety notes
164
Gasoline
165
Refueling
165
Important safety notes
167
Switching off the engine
167
Parking brake
168
General driving tips
169
Brakes
170
Driving on wet roads
172
Winter driving
172
Cruise control
174
DISTRONIC PLUS
176
Dynamic handling package with sports mode
185
HOLD function
186
PARKTRONIC
188
Parking Guidance
191
Rear view camera
194
ATTENTION ASSIST
195
Blind Spot Assist
196
On-board computer and displays
200
Vehicle equipment
200
Coolant temperature gauge
200
Tachometer
201
Outside temperature display
201
Speedometer with segments
201
Operating the on-board computer
201
Menu overview
203
Trip menu
204
Navigation menu
205
Audio menu
206
Telephone menu
207
Assistance menu
208
Maintenance menu
210
Hiding display messages
215
Message memory
215
Safety systems
216
Brakes
222
Lights
224
Engine
228
Driving systems
231
Tires
235
Vehicle
238
Brakes
242
Seat belts
243
Safety systems
245
Engine
247
Driving systems
249
Tires
249
Loading, stowing and features
252
Vehicle equipment
252
Important safety notes
252
Stowage compartments in the front
252
Parcel nets
253
Through-loading feature in the rear compartment (Cabriolet)
254
Rear bench seat through-loading feature (Coupe)
254
Securing cargos
255
Stowage well under the trunk floor
256
Cup holder
257
Sun visors
258
Rear window roller sunblind (Coupe)
258
Ashtray
259
Cigarette lighter
260
12 V sockets
260
mbraceThe system is called TELEAID in Canada.
261
Garage door opener
267
Compass
270
Floormat on the driver's side
271
Maintenance and care
274
Hood
274
Engine oil
275
Notes on care
279
Exterior care
279
Interior care
284
Roadside Assistance
288
Vehicle equipment
288
First-aid kit
289
Vehicle tool kit
289
Preparing the vehicle
290
Important safety notes
295
Charging the battery
296
Important safety notes
300
Installing/removing the towing eye
300
Towing the vehicle with the rear axle raised
301
Towing the vehicle with both axles on the ground
301
Important safety notes
302
Before changing a fuse
302
Fuse box in the cockpit
302
Fuse box in the engine compartment
303
Fuse box in the trunk
303
Tires and wheels
306
Vehicle equipment
306
Important safety notes
306
Checking wheels and tires
307
Service life of tires
307
Tire tread
307
Storing tires
308
Recommended tire pressures
308
Important notes on tire pressures
309
Tire pressure too low or too high
310
Checking tire pressures
311
Tire pressure loss warning system (Canada only)
311
Tire pressure monitoring system (USA only)
313
Instruction labels for tires and loads
316
Maximum permissible gross vehicle weight rating
316
Number of seats
317
Determining the maximum load
318
Vehicle identification plate
319
Trailer load/noseweight
320
Maximum tire load
320
Overview of tire quality standards
320
Tread wear
321
Traction
321
Temperature
321
Overview of tire labeling
322
Tire size designation, load-bearing capacity and speed index
323
Load index
325
DOT, Tire Identification Number (TIN)
325
Structure and condition of the tire
326
Bar
326
DOT (Department of Transportation)
326
Average weight of the vehicle occupants
326
Uniform Tire Quality Grading Standards
326
Recommended tire pressure
326
Increased vehicle weight due to optional equipment
326
Wheel rim
327
GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating)
327
Speed index
327
GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight)
327
GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
327
Maximum weight of the laden vehicle
327
Kilopascal (kPa)
327
Load index
327
Unladen weight
327
Maximum tire load
327
Maximum permissible tire pressure
327
Maximum load on one tire
327
PSI (pounds per square inch)
328
Aspect ratio
328
Tire pressure
328
Tire tread
328
Tire bead
328
Sidewall
328
Weight of optional extras
328
TIN (Tire Identification Number)
328
Load bearing index
328
Traction
328
Wear indicator
328
Distribution of the vehicle occupants
328
Points to remember
329
Tires of the same dimensions
330
Mixed size tires
330
Spare wheel
331
Technical data
334
Vehicle equipment
334
Genuine Mercedes-Benz parts
334
Vehicle identification plate with vehicle identification number (VIN) and paint code number
335
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
335
Important safety notes
336
Capacities
337
Fuel
337
Engine oil
339
Refrigerant of the air-conditioning system
339
Brake fluid
340
Coolant
340
Vehicle data, E 350
341
Vehicle data, E 550
342
Internet
343
Editorial office
343

FAQ about the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe Manual

What contains the 2011 E Class Coupe manual?

The Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Mercedes-Benz to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe 2011 owner's manual:

  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe owners can do
  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings
  • Instrument Panel and Controls, including dashboard indicators, warning lights, and controls
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Warranty Information, about the vehicle's warranty coverage

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