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Operating tips

  • The Click Wheel on your iPod® is not operable when connected to the inte- gration kit.

  • It is recommended you always have the latest software version installed on your iPod®. For assistance and availability refer to the separate User Guide sup- plied with your iPod®.

  • For optimum sound quality and to avoid fluctuations in volume iTunes should be used for converting CDs and the iPod® should be set to "Equalizer Off". Please refer to the separate User Guide sup- plied with your iPod® for more informa- tion on equalizer features.

  • The iPod® battery will recharge via the integration kit only if the ignition key is in position 1 or 2.

  • Your iPod® is designed to be stored and operated within certain temperature ranges. For this reason we recommend that you do not leave your iPod® in the vehicle when not in use since extreme temperatures can damage the device. For more information on storage/oper- ating temperatures, please refer to the separate User Guide supplied with your iPod®.

  • If difficulties should arise while operat- ing the system please visit an autho- rized Mercedes-Benz Center for assistance.

  • When headphones are plugged into the iPod® while it is connected to the vehi- cle the music will not be played through the vehicle loudspeakers. Therefore, the headphones should be removed from the iPod® before connecting to the vehicle.

Mercedes-Benz Accessories wishes you many hours of enjoyment.



In order to avoid distraction which could lead to an accident, the driver should activate the system with the vehicle at a standstill and op- erate the system only when road, weather and traffic conditions permit.

Bear in mind that at a speed of just 30 mph (approximately 50 km/h), your vehicle is covering a distance of 44 feet (approximately 14 m) every second.


The driver should not wear a headset while operating the vehicle under any circumstanc- es. The use of a headset while driving the vehicle could drastically impair the ability to react to audible traffic conditions (e.g. emer- gency sirens from police/fire/ambulance, another drivers horn, etc).


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