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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Owners Manual: Operating the outside mirrors

WARNING Risk of injury from adjusting the vehicle settings while the vehicle is in motion
You could lose control of the vehicle in the following situations:
  • if you adjust the driver's seat, the head restraint, the steering wheel or the mirror while the vehicle is in motion
  • if you fasten your seat belt while the vehicle is in motion
  • Before starting the engine: adjust the driver's seat, the head restraint, the steering wheel or the mirror and fasten your seat belt.

 

WARNING Risk of accident due to misjudgment of distances when using the passenger mirror
The outside mirror on the front-passenger side reflects objects on a smaller scale. The objects in view are in fact closer than they appear.

As a result, you may misjudge the distance between you and the road user driving behind you, for example, when changing lanes.

  • Therefore, always look over your shoulder in order to ensure that you are aware of the actual distance between you and the road users driving behind you.

Folding the outside mirrors in/out

Mirrors

  • Briefly press switch 1.

Resetting the outside mirrors

If the battery has been disconnected or completely discharged, the outside mirrors must be reset. Only then will the automatic mirror folding function work properly.

  • Briefly press switch 1.

Adjusting the outside mirrors

  • Press button 3 or 4 to select the outside mirror to be adjusted.
  • Press button 2 to adjust the position of the mirror glass.

Engaging the outside mirrors

  • Vehicles without electrically folding outside mirrors: manually move the outside mirror into the correct position.
  • Vehicles with electrically folding outside mirrors: press and hold button 1.

    You will hear a click and the mirror will audibly engage in position. The outside mirror is set to the correct position.

    Mirrors

    Automatic anti-glare mirrors function

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