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90004 Driving

90004 Driving

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Published by Greg Hanna
Mercedes Benz Manuals - see pdf titles for vehicle systems covered
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Published by: Greg Hanna on Jan 30, 2013
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Driving
Drinking and Driving
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Parking Brake
Driving Off 
::
Manual Transmission
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Recommended Shift Pointsfor Manual Transmission Automatic Transmission
z
Cruise Control
65
Brake Pad Wear Indicator 
Lamp67
Brake Warning Lamp
67
Antilock
Brake System (ABS)
68
 Automatic Locking
Differential ASD)
S
69
 Acceleration
lip Control (ASR) 69
Charge Indicator Lamp
71
Engine Oil Consumption
71
Engine Oil Pressure GaugeLow Engine Oil Level Warning
Lamp
Coolant Temperature GaugeLow Engine Coolant LevelWarning LampFuel Reserve Warning LampLow Windshield and
HeadlampWasher
System
 
Fluid Level Warning Lamp
Outside Temperature Indicator Emission ControlOn-Board Diagnostic System(California models only)Traveling Abroad
Winter Driving
Snow Chains
71
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55”
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Drinking and DrivingWarning!
Drinking and driving can be a
very dangerous combination.
Even
a small amount of alco-hol or drugs can affect your
reflexes, perceptions andjudgement.
The possibility of a serious oreven fatal accident is sharply
increased when you drink and
drive.
Please don’t drink and driveor allow anyone to drive after
drinking.Parking Brake
To engage, pull up parking brakelever. When the key is in steeringlock position 2, the brake warninglamp in the instrument cluster 
should come on brightly.To release the parking brake,
slightly pull up lever, push inrelease button at the grip, then
lower it completely. The brake
warning lamp in the instrumentcluster should dim, when the lever 
is down. Also see
Brake Warning Lamp 
Test in Index.
Driving Off
Test the brakes briefly after driv-ing off. Perform this procedureonly when the road is clear of 
other traffic.
Warm up the engine smoothly. Donot place full load on the engineuntil the operating temperature
has been reached.
When starting off on a slipperysurface, do not allow one drivingwheel to spin for an extended
period.
Warning!
Keep driver’s foot area clear atall times. Objects stored in thisarea may impair pedal
movement.
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Manual Transmission
See
illustration for gearshift lever positions corresponding to theindividual gears.Stop the vehicle completely beforeshifting into reverse; to shift intoreverse, pull the shift lever up.
Do not exceed the maximum
speed in the individual gears. See
line markings on the speedometer.
Recommended Shift Points for
Manual Transmission
For good fuel economy, the
following shift points are
recommended:Shift
from 1st to 2nd at15 mph (24 km/h)
from 2nd to 3rd at
25 mph (40 km/h)
Important!
from 3rd to 4th atWhen vehicle is parked, be sure to40 mph (64 km/h)engage first or reverse gear and
from
4th
to
5th
at
firmly set parking brake.45 mph (72 km/h).When parking on an incline, alsoturn front wheel against curb.
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