Mercedes-Benz GLC : AIR BODY CONTROL / Setting the vehicle level

WARNING Risk of accident because vehicle level is too high

Driving characteristics may be impaired.

The vehicle can drift outwards, for example, when steering or cornering.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level Choose a vehicle level which is suited to the driving style and the road surface conditions.

WARNING Risk of entrapment from vehicle lowering

When lowering the vehicle, people could become trapped if their limbs are between the vehicle body and the tires or underneath the vehicle.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level Make sure no one is underneath the vehicle or in the immediate vicinity of the wheel arches when the vehicle is being lowered.

WARNING Risk of becoming trapped due to the vehicle lowering

Vehicles with AIR BODY CONTROL or level control system: when you unload luggage or leave the vehicle, the vehicle first rises slightly and then returns to the set level shortly afterwards.

You or anyone else in the vicinity of the wheel arches or the underbody could thus become trapped.

The vehicle can also be lowered after being locked.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level When leaving the vehicle, make sure that nobody is in the vicinity of the wheel arches or the underbody.

NOTE Damage due to vehicle lowering

Parts of the body could be damaged when the vehicle is lowered.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level Make sure that there are no obstacles such as curbs underneath or in the immediate vicinity of the body when the vehicle is being lowered.

NOTE Mercedes-AMG vehicles

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level Observe the notes in the Supplement. You could otherwise fail to recognize dangers.

Requirements:

  • The vehicle has been started.
  • Vehicles without Off-road package: the vehicle must not be moving faster than 50 mph (80 km/h).
  • Vehicles with Off-road package:
    • In drive program Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level, Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level, Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level : the vehicle must not be moving faster than 50 mph (80 km/h).
    • In drive program Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Setting the vehicle level: the vehicle must not be moving faster than 12 mph (20 km/h).

    AIR BODY CONTROL function

    NOTE Mercedes-AMG vehicles Observe the notes in the Supplement. You could otherwise fail to recognize dangers. AIR BODY CONTROL is an air suspension system with variable damping for improved driving comfort...

    Raising the vehicle

    Press button . Indicator lamp lights up. Vehicles without Off-road package: the vehicle is set to high level +1. Vehicles with Off-road package: In drive program , , or : the vehicle is raised to high level +1...

    Other information:

    Mercedes-Benz GLC 2016-2022 Owners Manual: Information on vehicle sensors and cameras


    Some driving and driving safety systems use cameras as well as radar or ultrasonic sensors to monitor the area in front of, behind or next to the vehicle. The radar sensors are integrated behind the bumpers and/or behind the Mercedes star. Cameras in the outside mirrors Multifunction camera Front camera Ultrasonic sensors Rear view camera WARNING Risk of accident due to restricted detection performance of vehicle sensors and cameras If the area around vehicle sensors or cameras is covered, damaged or dirty, certain driving and safety systems cannot function correctly...

    Mercedes-Benz GLC 2016-2022 Owners Manual: Lowering the vehicle


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