2013 Mercedes-Benz C Class Coupe Owner's Manual

2013 Mercedes-Benz C Class Coupe owners manual
Year:
2013
Make:
Mercedes-Benz
Model:
C Class Coupe
Rating:
(7)

Online manual

Size:
5.88 MB

Table of Contents

General notes
27
Returning an end-of-life vehicle
27
Important safety notes
28
Declarations of conformity
29
Diagnostics connection
29
Qualified specialist workshop
30
Vehicle registration
30
Correct use
30
Implied warranty
30
General notes
31
At a glance
34
Displays and controls
36
Displays and controls
39
4-button multifunction steering wheel
42
Centre console, upper section
44
Centre console, lower section
45
Overhead control panel
46
Door control panel
47
Safety
50
Useful information
50
Important safety notes
50
SRS (Supplemental Restraint System)
51
Airbags
52
PRE-SAFE® (anticipatory occupant protection)
56
NECK-PRO head restraints
57
Resetting a triggered NECK-PRO head restraint/NECK-PRO luxury head restraint
57
Driving safety systems overview
72
Important safety notes
72
ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)
73
BAS (Brake Assist)
73
BAS PLUS (Brake Assist System Plus)
73
Adaptive brake lamps
75
ESP® (Electronic Stability Program)
75
EBD (electronic brake force distribution)
78
ADAPTIVE BRAKE
79
Immobiliser
80
ATA (Anti-Theft Alarm system)
81
Tow-away protection
81
Interior motion sensor
82
Opening and closing
84
Important safety notes
84
Key functions
85
KEYLESS-GO
85
Changing the settings of the locking system
86
Emergency key element
86
Battery of the key
87
Important safety notes
90
Unlocking and opening the doors from the inside
91
Centrally locking and unlocking the vehicle from the inside
91
Automatic locking feature
92
Unlocking the driver's door (emergency key element)
92
Important safety notes
93
Boot lid reversing feature
93
Opening/closing from the outside
94
Opening automatically from outside
94
Opening automatically from inside
95
Locking the boot separately
95
Important safety notes
96
Side window reversing feature
97
Opening and closing the side windows
97
Convenience opening feature
98
Convenience closing feature
98
Resetting the side windows
99
Important safety notes
100
Sliding sunroof reversing feature
100
Operating the sliding sunroof
101
Operating the roller sunblind for the sliding sunroof
101
Problems with the sliding sunroof
102
Seats, steering wheel and mirrors
106
Useful information
106
Important safety notes
107
Adjusting the seats manually and electrically
108
Adjusting the seats electrically
108
Adjusting the head restraints
108
Folding the front-seat backrests forward/back
109
Adjusting the 4-way lumbar support
110
Switching the seat heating on/off
110
Important safety notes
112
Adjusting the steering wheel manually
113
Adjusting the steering wheel electrically
113
Rear-view mirror
114
Exterior mirrors
114
Automatic anti-dazzle mirrors
116
Storing settings
117
Calling up a stored setting
118
Lights and windscreen wipers
120
General notes
120
Notes on driving abroad
120
Setting the exterior lighting
120
Combination switch
123
Hazard warning lamps
123
Headlamp cleaning system
124
Intelligent Light System
124
Adaptive Highbeam Assist
125
Overview of interior lighting
127
Interior lighting control
127
Important safety notes
127
Overview of bulb replacement – bulbs
128
Replacing the front bulbs
129
Switching the windscreen wipers on/off
131
Replacing the wiper blades
132
Problems with the windscreen wipers
134
Climate control
136
Important safety notes
136
Control panel for THERMATIC automatic climate control (2-zone)
137
Switching climate control on/off
138
Activating/deactivating the cooling with air dehumidification function
138
Setting climate control to automatic mode
139
Setting the temperature
139
Setting the air distribution
139
Setting the airflow
140
Switching the ZONE function on/off
140
Demisting the windscreen
140
Demisting the windows
141
Rear window heating
141
Activating/deactivating air-recirculation mode
142
Convenience opening/closing using the air-recirculation button
142
Important safety notes
147
Setting the centre air vents
148
Adjusting the side air vents
148
Adjusting the glove compartment air vent
148
Setting the rear-compartment air vents
148
Driving and parking
150
Important safety notes
150
The first1500 km
150
Important safety notes
150
Key positions
151
Starting the engine
152
Pulling away
154
ECO start/stop function
155
Gear lever
159
Shifting to neutral (N)
160
Engaging reverse gear
160
Important safety notes
160
Selector lever
161
Transmission positions
161
Changing gear
161
Driving tips
162
Program selector button
162
Steering wheel gearshift paddles
163
Automatic drive program
163
Shift ranges
164
Manual drive program
165
Problems with the transmission
167
Important safety notes
167
Refuelling
168
Important safety notes
171
Switching off the engine
171
Parking brake
172
General driving tips
173
ECO display
173
Braking
174
Driving on wet roads
175
Cruise control
176
SPEEDTRONIC
179
DISTRONIC PLUS
181
Dynamic handling package with sports mode
189
HOLD function
190
RACE START
192
PARKTRONIC
193
Parking Guidance
196
Reversing camera
199
ATTENTION ASSIST
200
Speed Limit Assist
200
Lane Tracking package
202
Notes on towing a trailer
211
Folding out the ball coupling
213
Coupling up a trailer
214
Uncoupling a trailer
214
Folding in the ball coupling
214
Trailer power supply
215
Bulb failure indicator for LED lamps
215
Trailer with 7-pin connector
216
On-board computer and displays
218
Useful information
218
Instrument cluster lighting
218
Coolant temperature gauge
218
Rev counter
219
Outside temperature display
219
Operating the on-board computer
219
Multifunction display
219
Menu overview
220
Standard display
220
Trip computer
220
Calling up the range
220
Switching the daytime driving lights on/off
220
Instrument cluster lighting
221
Coolant temperature gauge
221
Rev counter
221
Outside temperature display
222
Speedometer with segments
222
Operating the on-board computer
222
Multifunction display
223
Menu overview
224
Trip menu
224
Navigation menu
226
Audio menu
227
Telephone menu
228
Assistance menu
229
Service menu
232
Settings menu
232
General notes
242
Hiding display messages
242
Message memory
242
Safety systems (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
244
Safety systems (12-button multifunction steering wheel)
249
Lights (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
254
Lights (12-button multifunction steering wheel)
257
Engine (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
260
Engine (12-button multifunction steering wheel)
263
Driving systems (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
265
Driving systems (12-button multifunction steering wheel)
266
Tyres (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
272
Tyres (12-button multifunction steering wheel)
273
Vehicle (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
275
Vehicle (12-button multifunction steering wheel)
277
Key (4-button multifunction steering wheel)
280
Seat belts
283
Safety systems
284
Engine
290
Driving systems
292
Tyres
293
Stowing and features
296
Useful information
296
Stowage spaces
296
Stowage net
298
Through-loading facility in the rear bench seat
298
Securing a load
299
Stowage well under the boot floor
300
Cup holders
301
Sun visors
302
Ashtray
302
Cigarette lighter
303
12 V sockets
304
Mobile phone
304
Garage door opener
306
Floormat on the driver's side
311
Retrofitted anti-glare film
312
Maintenance and care
314
Service messages
314
Hiding a service message
314
Displaying service messages
314
Bonnet
315
Radiator
317
Engine oil
318
General Notes
321
Care of the exterior
321
Interior care
326
Breakdown assistance
330
Warning triangle
330
First-aid kit
330
Fire extinguisher
331
Preparing the vehicle
332
MOExtended tyres (tyres with run-flat characteristics)
332
Important safety notes
336
Charging the battery
339
Important safety notes
342
Fitting/removing the towing eye
343
Towing the vehicle with the rear axle raised
343
Towing the vehicle with both axles on the ground
344
Transporting the vehicle
344
Important safety notes
345
Before replacing a fuse
345
Fuse box in the engine compartment
345
Fuse box in the boot
346
Wheels and tyres
348
Useful information
348
Information on driving
349
Regular checking of wheels and tyres
349
Important safety notes on the tyre tread
349
Selecting, fitting and replacing tyres
350
Points to remember
350
Driving with summer tyres
350
S tyres
350
Tyre pressure specifications
352
Tyre pressure loss warning system
353
Flat tyre
358
Interchanging the wheels
358
Direction of rotation
358
Storing wheels
358
Preparing the vehicle
359
Securing the vehicle against rolling away
359
Raising the vehicle
360
Removing a wheel
361
Fitting a new wheel
361
General notes
363
Important safety notes
367
General notes
367
Spare wheel/\Minispare\ emergency spare wheel
368
Technical data
369
Technical data
372
Tampering with the engine electronics
372
Vehicle identification plate with vehicle identification number (VIN)
374
VIN
374
Important safety notes
374
Fuel
375
Engine oil
378
Brake fluid
380
Coolant
380
General notes
382
Mounting dimensions
383
Trailer loads
384
Permissible rear axle load when towing a trailer
384
Internet
387
Editorial office
387
Vehicle manufacturer
387

FAQ about the 2013 Mercedes-Benz C Class Coupe Manual

What contains the 2013 C Class Coupe manual?

The Mercedes-Benz C 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 C 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 C Class Coupe 2013 owner's manual:

  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Mercedes-Benz C Class Coupe owners can do
  • Best practice for driving your Mercedes-Benz C Class Coupe
  • Warranty Information, about the vehicle's warranty coverage
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Environmental Information about environmentally-friendly driving practices

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