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  • E-Class
  • Saloon
  • 2016
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Using automatic filling station search
Requirement:

The automatic filling station search is activated More.

The prompt Fuel tank reserve level Do you want to start the search for filling stations? appears.

Select Yes.

The automatic filling station search begins. The available filling stations along the route or in the vicinity are displayed.

Select the filling station.
Variant 1: when there is no route, a filling station is set as the destination.
Variant 2: when there is a route, a filling station is set as the next intermediate destination.
Information on the location of the fuel filler flap
Vehicles with an instrument display (standard)
Vehicles with an instrument display in the widescreen cockpit

The fuel filler flap is unlocked/locked automatically when you unlock/lock the vehicle with the key.

The location of fuel filler flap is displayed in the instrument cluster. The arrow next to the filling pump indicates the side of the vehicle.

Refuelling the vehicle
WARNING ‑ Risk of fire or explosion caused by fuel

Fuels are highly inflammable.

You must avoid fire, naked flames, creating sparks and smoking.
Before refuelling, switch off the engine and auxiliary heating if your vehicle is equipped with auxiliary heating.
WARNING Risk of injury from fuel

Fuels are poisonous and harmful to your health

Do not swallow fuel or let it come into contact with skin, eyes or clothing.
Do not inhale fuel vapour.
Keep children away from fuel.

If you or other people come into contact with fuel, observe the following:

Immediately rinse fuel off your skin with soap and water.
If fuel comes into contact with your eyes, immediately rinse them thoroughly with clean water. Seek medical attention immediately.
If you swallow fuel, seek medical attention immediately. Do not induce vomiting.
Change immediately out of clothing that has come into contact with fuel.
WARNING Risk of fire and explosion due to electrostatic charge

Electrostatic charge can cause sparks and thereby ignite fuel vapours.

Touch the metal vehicle body before opening the fuel filler cap or touching the pump nozzle.

This discharges any electrostatic charge that may have built up.

WARNING Risk of fire from fuel mixture

Vehicles with a diesel engine:

If you mix diesel fuel with petrol, the flash point of the fuel mixture is lower than that of pure diesel fuel.

While the engine is running, component parts in the exhaust system may overheat without warning.

Never refuel using petrol.
Never mix petrol with diesel fuel.
NOTE Damage caused by the wrong fuel

Fuel that does not conform to the required quality can lead to increased wear as well as damage to the engine and exhaust system.

Only use the fuel recommended.
NOTE Damage caused by the wrong fuel

Vehicles with a petrol engine:

Even small amounts of the wrong fuel could result in damage to the fuel system, the engine and the emission control system.

Only refuel using premium-grade unleaded fuel that conforms to EN 228, or an equivalent specification.

Fuel of this specification may contain up to 10 % ethanol. Your vehicle is suitable for use with E10 fuel.

Do not refuel using:
  • Diesel

  • E85, E100

  • Petrol containing methanol (M15, M30, M85, M100)

  • Petrol with additives containing metal

If you accidentally refuel with the wrong fuel:

Do not switch the ignition on.
Consult a qualified specialist workshop.
NOTE Damage caused by the wrong fuel

Vehicles with a diesel engine:

Even small amounts of the wrong fuel could result in damage to the fuel system, the engine and the emission control system.

Only refuel using diesel fuel that conforms to European standard EN 590, or an equivalent specification.
Vehicles with diesel particulate filters: in countries outside the EU, only use low-sulphur Euro diesel with a sulphur content of under 50 ppm.
Do not use the following:
  • Petrol

  • Marine diesel

  • Heating oil

  • Bio-diesel

  • Vegetable oil

  • Paraffin

  • Kerosene

NOTE Do not use diesel to refuel vehicles with a petrol engine.
Do not switch on the ignition if you accidentally refuel with the wrong fuel. Otherwise, fuel can enter the fuel system. Even small amounts of the wrong fuel could result in damage to the fuel system and the engine. Notify a qualified specialist workshop and have the fuel tank and fuel lines drained completely.
NOTE Do not use petrol to refuel vehicles with a diesel engine.
Do not switch on the ignition if you accidentally refuel with the wrong fuel. Otherwise, fuel can enter the fuel system. Even small amounts of the wrong fuel could result in damage to the fuel system and the engine. The repair costs are high. Notify a qualified specialist workshop and have the fuel tank and fuel lines drained completely.
NOTE Do not overfill the fuel tank, otherwise the fuel system may be damaged.
Only fill the fuel tank until the pump nozzle switches off.
NOTE Do not overfill the fuel tank, otherwise fuel may spay out when you remove the pump nozzle.
Only fill the fuel tank until the pump nozzle switches off.
Requirement:

The vehicle must be unlocked.

Do not get into the vehicle again during the refuelling process. Otherwise, electrostatic charge could build up again.

Observe the notes on operating fluids More.

Refuelling
Fuel filler flap
Bracket for the fuel filler cap
Tyre pressure table
QR code for rescue card
Fuel type
Press fuel filler flap .
Turn the fuel filler cap anti-clockwise and remove it.
Insert the fuel filler cap into holder .
Completely insert the filler neck of the fuel pump nozzle into the tank, hook in place and refuel.
Only fill the fuel tank until the pump nozzle switches off.
Refuelling
Fuel filler flap
Bracket for the fuel filler cap
Tyre pressure table
QR code for rescue card
Fuel type
Press fuel filler flap .
Turn the fuel filler cap anti-clockwise and remove it.
Insert the fuel filler cap into holder .
Completely insert the filler neck of the fuel pump nozzle into the tank, hook in place and refuel.
Only fill the fuel tank until the pump nozzle switches off.

The filler neck is designed for refuelling at diesel filling pumps.

When the fuel tank is completely empty, refuel with at least 5 litres of diesel.

Resetting values in the Trip menu of the on-board computer
On-board computer:
Trip

The spelling may differ in the main menu displayed. Therefore, observe the menu overview for the instrument display More.

You can reset the values of the following functions:
  • Trip distance

  • Trip computer "From start" and "From reset"

  • ECO display

To select the function to be reset:
swipe upwards or downwards on the left-hand side of Touch Control.
Press the left-hand side of Touch Control.
Select Yes.
Press the left-hand side of Touch Control.

If you press and hold the left-hand side of Touch Control, the function will be reset immediately.

Topping up AdBlue®
WARNING Risk of scalding due to hot AdBlue®/DEF
The AdBlue®/DEF supply system is pressurized in the following situations:
  • when the engine is running.

  • after the engine is switched off.

If you open the supply system, you could be scalded if hot AdBlue®/DEF sprays out.

Let the engine to cool down before opening the supply system.
When opening the supply system, always wear gloves, protective clothing and protective eyewear.
Undo supply system connections and caps on system components slowly.
NOTE Engine damage due to AdBlue® in the fuel
AdBlue® must not be used to fill the fuel tank.
Only use AdBlue® to fill the AdBlue® tank.
Do not overfill the AdBlue® tank.
NOTE Do not swallow AdBlue®.

If AdBlue® is swallowed:

Immediately rinse out your mouth thoroughly.
Drink plenty of water.
Seek medical attention immediately.
NOTE Damage to the vehicle interior due to leaking AdBlue®
After topping up, carefully close the AdBlue® refill container.
Avoid carrying AdBlue® refill containers permanently in the vehicle.
NOTE When you open the AdBlue® tank, small amounts of ammonia vapour may escape.
Only fill the AdBlue® tank in well-ventilated areas.
Do not let AdBlue® come into contact with skin, eyes or clothes.
Keep AdBlue® away from children.
Requirements:
In the multifunction display, the following messages may prompt you to top up AdBlue®:
  • Refill AdBlue See Owner's Manual. The AdBlue® tank supply is down to the reserve level of 1 gal (4 litres).

  • Refill AdBlue No start in XXX mi . You can still drive the vehicle over the distance shown. Top up AdBlue® as soon as possible.

  • Refill AdBlue Start not possible. The vehicle can no longer be started.

The vehicle must be unlocked.

Opening the AdBlue® filler cap
Press fuel filler flap .
Turn AdBlue® filler cap anti-clockwise and remove it.
Preparing the AdBlue® refill canister
Screw on the fastener of AdBlue® refill canister .
Screw disposable hose onto the opening of AdBlue® refill canister until finger-tight.
Topping up AdBlue®
Screw disposable hose onto the filler neck of the vehicle until finger-tight.
Lift up and tip AdBlue® refill canister .

The filling process stops when the AdBlue® tank is completely full.

AdBlue® refill canister can be removed when it has been only partially emptied.

Unscrew and close disposable hose and AdBlue® refill canister in reverse order.
After topping up the AdBlue® tank, switch on the ignition for at least 60 seconds.
Start the vehicle.

The display message disappears in the instrument cluster.

Do not carry the AdBlue® refill canister in the vehicle permanently.

Topping up the windscreen washer system
WARNING Danger of burns from hot component parts in the engine compartment

Certain component parts in the engine compartment may be very hot, e.g. the engine, the radiator and parts of the exhaust system.  

Let the engine cool down and only touch the component parts described below:
WARNING Danger of burns when opening the engine bonnet

If you open the engine bonnet when the engine has overheated or during a fire in the engine compartment, you could come into contact with hot gases or other escaping operating fluids.

Before opening the engine bonnet, allow the engine to cool down.
In the event of a fire in the engine compartment, keep the engine bonnet closed and call the fire service.
WARNING ‑ Risk of fire and injury due to windscreen washer concentrate

Windscreen washer concentrate is highly flammable. It could ignite if it comes into contact with hot engine component parts or the exhaust system.

Make sure that no windscreen washer concentrate spills out next to the filler opening.
Remove cap by the tab.
Top up the washer fluid.
Replacing the windscreen wiper blades
WARNING Risk of becoming trapped if the windscreen wipers are switched on while wiper blades are being replaced

If the windscreen wipers begin to move while you are changing the wiper blades, you can be trapped by the wiper arm.

Always switch off the windscreen wipers and ignition before changing the wiper blades.
Moving the wiper arms to a vertical position
Set the windscreen wipers to the slow continuous wiping position on the combination switch.
As soon as the wiper arms are vertical relative to the engine bonnet, switch off the ignition.
Fold the wiper arm away from the windscreen.
Replacing the windscreen wiper blades
Observe the information on "Positioning the wiper arms vertically" and on the maintenance display.
Maintenance display
Remove protective film of the maintenance display on the tip of the newly fitted wiper blade.

If the colour of the maintenance display changes from black to yellow, the wiper blades should be replaced.

The duration of the colour change varies depending on the usage conditions.

Checking the engine oil level using the oil dipstick
WARNING Danger of burns from hot component parts in the engine compartment

Certain component parts in the engine compartment may be very hot, e.g. the engine, the radiator and parts of the exhaust system.  

Let the engine cool down and only touch the component parts described below:

Depending on the engine, the oil dipstick may be installed in the engine compartment in different locations.

Waiting time before checking the oil level:
  • Engine at normal operating temperature: five minutes.

  • Engine not at normal operating temperature (e.g. the engine was only started briefly): 30 minutes.

Park the vehicle on a flat surface.
Remove oil dipstick and wipe off.
Slowly slide oil dipstick into the guide tube to the stop, and take it out again after approximately three seconds.
  • Oil level is correct: oil level is between and .

  • Oil level too low: oil level is at or below.

If the oil level is too low, top up with 1.1 US qt (1 l) of engine oil.
Information on washing the vehicle in a car wash
WARNING Risk of an accident due to reduced braking power after washing the vehicle

Braking efficiency is reduced after washing the vehicle.

After the vehicle has been washed, brake carefully while paying attention to the traffic conditions until braking power has been fully restored.
To avoid damage to your vehicle when using a car wash, ensure the following beforehand:
  • Distance Pilot DISTRONIC and the HOLD function are switched off.

  • The 360° Camera or the reversing camera is switched off.

  • The side windows and sliding sunroof are completely closed.

  • The blower for the ventilation/heating is switched off.

  • The windscreen wiper switch is in position 0.

  • In car washes with a towing mechanism: neutral is engaged.

  • The key is at a distance of at least 10 ft (3 m) away from the vehicle, otherwise the boot lid could open unintentionally.

If, after the car wash, you remove the wax from the windscreen and wiper rubber, this will prevent smearing and reduce wiper noise.