Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Fuse box in the engine compartment - Fuses - Breakdown assistance - Mercedes-Benz E-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz E-Class: Fuse box in the engine compartment

•► Make sure that the windshield wipers are turned off.

WARNING
Make sure that the windshield wipers are switched off and that the SmartKey is removed from the ignition lock before you open the cover of the fuse box. Otherwise, the windshield wipers and the wiper rods above the cover could be set in motion. This could lead to you or others being injured by the wiper rods.

•► Open the hood

•► Remove any existing moisture from the

•► Remove any existing moisture from the fuse box using a dry cloth.

•► Take lines 2 from the guides.

•► Move aside lines 2. Route the lines behind connection 3 to do this.

•► To open: open clamps 1.

•► Remove the fuse box cover forwards.

Make sure that no moisture can enter the fuse box when the cover is open.

•► To close: check whether the rubber seal is lying correctly in the cover.

•► Insert the cover at the rear of the fuse box into the retainer.

•► Fold down the cover and close clamps 1.

•► Secure lines 2 in the guides.

The cover must be seated properly, otherwise moisture or dirt could impair the function of the fuses.

•► Close the hood

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    •► Park the vehicle and apply the parking brake. •► Switch off all electrical consumers. •► Remove the SmartKey from the ignition lock. The fuses are located in various ...

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