Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Problems with the occupant classification system - Occupant Classification System 
(OCS) - Occupant safety - Safety - Mercedes-Benz E-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz E-Class: Problems with the occupant classification system

WARNING

WARNING
If the illuminates and remains illuminated when the weight of a typical indicator lamp illuminates and remains illuminated when the weight of a typical adult or someone larger than a small individual has been detected on the passenger seat, do not allow any occupant to use the passenger seat until the system has been repaired.

WARNING

WARNING
If the illuminate or remains out with the weight of a typical indicator lamp does not illuminate or remains out with the weight of a typical 12-month-old child in a standard child restraint or less, or is unoccupied, on the front-passenger seat, do not transport a child on the front-passenger seat until the system has been repaired.

    System self-test
    The indicator lamp illuminates when you: - turn the SmartKey to position 1 or 2 in the ignition lock - on vehicles with KEYLESS-GO, press the Start/Stop button once or twice If an adult o ...

    PRE-SAFE® (preventative occupant protection)
    WARNING The PRE-SAFE® system reduces the impact of an accident on vehicle occupants, as long as their seat belts have been fastened correctly. Although your vehicle is equipped with a PRESA ...

    See also:

    Manual air conditioning system
    ...

    Buttons on the remote control
    Buttons on the remote control 1. Unlocking 2. Locking 3. Trunk lid 4. Panic mode, headlamp courtesy delay feature ...

    Draining of coolant water
    If the vehicle is to be left outside without antifreeze, drain the cooling system, including the engine block. Refill before operating the vehicle. For details, see “Changing engine coolant” in ...