Mercedes-Benz E-Class: EBD (electronic brake force 
distribution) - Deactivating/activating ESP® (AMG 
vehicles) - Driving safety systems - Safety - Mercedes-Benz E-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz E-Class: EBD (electronic brake force distribution)

Observe the "Important safety notes" section

EBD monitors and controls the brake pressure on the rear wheels to improve driving stability while braking.

WARNING
If EBD has malfunctioned, the braking system remains available with full brake boosting effect. However, the rear wheels can still lock, e.g. under full braking. This could cause you to lose control of your vehicle and cause an accident. You should therefore adapt your driving style to the different handling characteristics.

    Activating/deactivating ESP®
    WARNING The ESP® should not be switched off during normal driving. Disabling of the system will result in the following: - no restriction to engine torque - loss of system-supported ...

    ADAPTIVE BRAKE
    ADAPTIVE BRAKE enhances braking safety and offers increased braking comfort. In addition to the braking function, ADAPTIVE BRAKE also has the HOLD function and hill start assist. For further ...

    See also:

    Manual air distribution
    The air distribution can be adjusted to individual needs. Press the button repeatedly to select a program: ▷ Upper body region. ▷ Upper body region and footwell. ▷ Footwel ...

    Folding the rear seat backrest back
    •► Move the driver's or front-passenger seat forward if necessary. ! Make sure that the seat belt does not become trapped when folding the rear seat backrest back. Otherwise, it could ...

    COMFORT
    For a balanced tuning with maximum driving stabilization. Activating COMFORT Press the button repeatedly until the program display in the tachometer goes out. In certain situations, the syst ...