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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.

Introduction

GWarning

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.

GWarning

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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