Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Front fog lamps - Light switch - Exterior lighting - Lights and windshield wipers - Mercedes-Benz E-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz E-Class: Front fog lamps

Only vehicles with front fog lamps have the fog lamps function.

WARNING
If you suspect that driving conditions will be foggy, turn the light switch to before you before you start your journey. Otherwise, your vehicle may not be visible and you could endanger yourself and others.

•► To switch on the front fog lamps: turn the SmartKey in the ignition lock to position 2 or start the engine.

•► Turn the light switch to or  or or . or •► Press the  button..

•► Press the The green  indicator lamp in the button.

The green instrument cluster lights up. indicator lamp in the instrument cluster lights up.

•► To switch off the front fog lamps: press the The green  indicator lamp in the button.

The green instrument cluster goes out. indicator lamp in the instrument cluster goes out.

If you switch the engine off (SmartKey in position 1 in the ignition lock) and then restart it, the previous fog lamp settings are restored.

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    Rear fog lamp
    •► To switch on the rear fog lamp: turn the SmartKey in the ignition lock to position 2 or start the engine. •► Turn the light switch to or or . If the light switch is set ...

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