Mercedes-Benz GLC : AIR BODY CONTROL / Raising the rear of the vehicle

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the rear of the vehicle Check if the battery is sufficiently charged. If necessary, start the engine.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the rear of the vehicle Pull switch 1 briefly.

Indicator lamp 2 goes out.

The vehicle will be raised to the currently selected level.

The vehicle is automatically set to the level of the most recently active drive program if you drive at speeds greater than 1.2 mph (2 km/h) with the rear of the vehicle lowered. The Vehicle Rising Please Wait message appears in the multifunction display.

If the vehicle cannot be raised:

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the rear of the vehicle Ensure that the battery is sufficiently charged; if necessary, start the engine. The raising process continues.

    Lowering the rear of the vehicle

    Apply the electric parking brake. Shift the transmission to position . Pull switch in the cargo compartment trim briefly. Indicator lamp flashes until the vehicle has been lowered...

    Rear view camera

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    Other information:

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    HANDS-FREE ACCESS function

    Mercedes-Benz GLC. HANDS-FREE ACCESS function

    With HANDS-FREE ACCESS you can open, close or stop the closing process of the tailgate by performing a kicking movement under the rear bumper.

    The kicking movement triggers the opening or closing process alternately.

    Observe the notes when opening and closing the tailgate.

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