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Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth® system

Argos™ for Mercedes-Benz is a fully integrated Bluetooth® solution for many late model Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Featuring support for standard head units as well as the MB Command system. This simple solution functions similar to a Mercedes-Benz factory telephone system except that it is based on Bluetooth® wireless technology that will allow you to choose from many phones and carriers.
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Quick Tips Mercedes-Benz M-Class

This guide has been prepared to help you get quickly acquainted with your new Mercedes-Benz and to provide a convenient reference source for common questions.

However, it is not intended as a substitute for your Operator’s Manual. For complete operational instructions, maintenance procedures and important safety messages, please consult your Operator’s Manual and other warning labels in your truck.
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The new Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class

The second generation of one of the most exciting and successful sports cars on the market is ready to hit the streets: Mercedes-Benz presents the new SLK-Class. Even more alluring, more powerful and sportier than ever, the beguiling two-seater is due to celebrate its European market premiere in March 2004. Three different engine variants are available for the new car, developing from 120 kW/ 163 hp to 265 kW/360 hp. The range includes – for the first time in this vehicle class – an eight-cylinder power unit from Mercedes-AMG. The V6 engine in the SLK 350, meanwhile, develops 200 kW/272 hp and delivers impressively dynamic driving pleasure.
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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Interface W211 Installation Manual

Here are the steps for Mercedes-Benz E-Class Interface W211 Installation/Connection:
1. Interface module full-set
2. Remote function & connection feature
3. Disassemble guide
To connect interface , have to release command system and Gear box in the circle
After Shift -Lever on Drive- mode , Pull out gearbox as arrow direction
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The New Mercedes-Benz 3-Cylinder Diesel Engine

For the joint project Smart For four and Mitsubishi Colt, Mercedes-Benz developed a 3-cylinder diesel engine derived from the A-Class 4-cylinder engine. This engine allows both high performance and low fuel consumption. The top version with 70 kW is the world’s most powerful three-cylinder passenger car diesel engine.
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Mercedes-Benz G Rescue Service

A high standard of safety is tradition and a top priority at Mercedes-Benz. Our vehicles are state-of-the-art and this is especially true regarding safety. Our comprehensive safety philosophy extends to providing rescue personnel with specific information about our vehicles. As their top priority is to save lives, the rescue personnel must be able to reach accident victims as quickly as possible without exposing anyone to additional danger.
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are Breed: Audi S4 Quattro, BMW M3, Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG

Is it us, or are European luxury-car manufacturers marching boldly into car markets other makers have been shrinking from? They already offer a batch of premium wagons here, and more are on the way. Ditto for sports cars and convertibles, two more market segments where other manufacturers haven’t exactly been clamoring to get in.
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AUX-IN Mercedes-Benz D2B Fiber Optic Vehicles Installation and Users Guide

Thank you for purchasing our Auxiliary Input Adapter for Mercedes Benz D2B fiber equipped vehicles (AUX-IND2B). This interface is designed to provide a quality sound input to your car’s stereo system. Most frequently our customers use this for iPod or satellite radio. Below is a list of components and tools that you will need. Some you should have received or may have purchased separately.
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Mercedes Benz Emergency Response Guide

These guidelines contain several methods for rescuing accident victims from a vehicle. We must emphasize, however, that these guidelines cannot claim to be exhaustive and on no account should they, nor are they intended to, act as a substitute for proper specialist training and the relevant specialized literature.
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1988 Mercedes Benz 300CE (124 Chassis) Connecting Test Equipment and Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Testing with the impulse counter should be carried out for rapid fault diagnosis. The
impulse counter output shows only existing faults, since the ACC system does not have
memory capabilities. If one or more faults are indicated, repair as necessary and repeat
the test. Be sure that fuse #7 is good, the battery voltage is between 11-14 volts and the
temperature selector wheel is set to 22°C.
1. Connect the impulse counter to the on-board diagnostic connector.
Black lead of the impulse counter to socket 1
Yellow lead of the impulse counter to socket 7
Red lead of the impulse counter to battery positive terminal.
2. Turn the ignition to the “ON” position.
The LED “U Batt” will be illuminated. If the LED “U BATT” does not illuminate,
check for voltage between socket 1 of the on-board diagnostic connector and
the positive terminal of the battery. If the voltage is not between 11-14 volts,
check for an open circuit or loose ground connection.
Test for voltage between socket 7 and socket 1 of the diagnostic connector.
The voltage should be 6 – 12 volts.
3. Depress the start button for 2 – 4 seconds.
Fault codes will be indicated by the number in the impulse counter display
window. Take note of the impulse display number.
Faults are displayed in ascending order.
The number 1 indicates that no faults are stored in memory.
During the impulse readout, The LED indicator in the fresh air/recirculation
switch will blink.
4. Repeat step 3 until all faults are indicated. After all fault codes have been
displayed, pushing the start button again for 2 – 4 seconds will repeat the fault code
readout sequence.


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