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Mercedes-Benz S-CLASS SEDAN 2023 Memory Function in Rear Passenger Compartment User Manual

Memory Function in the Rear Passenger Compartment

The function of the Memory Function in the Rear Passenger Compartment

Operating the Rear Seat
Rear seat settings for up to three people can be stored and called up using the memory function in the rear passenger compartment. You can save the following settings for the rear seat:

  • Position of the seat, backrest, and head restraint
  • Vehicles with active multi-contour seats: the seat side bolsters of the seat backrest as well as the contour of the seat backrest in the lumbar region
  • Seat heating: distribution of the heated sections of the seat cushion and seat backrest
    Operating the front passenger seat and rear seat Front passenger seat adjustments and rear seat adjustments for up to three people can be stored and called up using the memory function in the rear passenger compartment.
  • You can save the following settings for the front passenger seat: Position of the seat, backrest, and head restraint
  • You can save the following settings for the rear seat:  Position of the seat, backrest, and head restraint.
  • Vehicles with active multi-contour seats: the seat side bolsters of the seat backrest as well as the contour of the seat backrest in the lumbar region
  • Seat heating: distribution of the heated sections of the seat cushion and seat backrest

The following settings are also stored to a memory position if the indicator lamp in the v button lights up:

  • Position of the footrest of the front passenger seat, if available
  • Position of the screen, if available
  • Using the preset position buttons, you always store the current setting of each seat.

Operating the Rear Seat via the Memory Function in the Rear Passenger Compartment

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  • Press button 1.
  • The rear seat is selected if the indicator lamp does not light up.
  • Adjust the rear seat using the buttons on the door control panel (/ page 119).

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Example: vehicles without a reclining rear seat

  • Press the V button and then release it.
  • Vehicles without reclining rear seat: press one of the preset position buttons 4, T, or U within three seconds.
    The settings are stored.
  • Vehicles with reclining rear seats: press one of the preset position buttons 4 or T within three seconds. The settings are stored.
  • Vehicles with reclining rear seats: you cannot store any settings on the j and a but-tons for adjusting the reclined and standard positions.

Calling up

  • Press button 1.
  • The rear seat is selected if the indicator lamp does not light up.
  • For vehicles without reclining rear seats: press preset position button 4, T, or U.
  • The seat is moved to the stored position. After you release the button, the rear seat continues to move into the stored position automatically.
  • For vehicles with reclining rear seats: press one of the preset position buttons 4 or T.
  • The seat is moved to the stored position. After you release the button, the rear seat continues to move into the stored position automatically.

Operating the Front Passenger Seat and Rear Seats via the Memory Function in the Rear Passenger Compartment

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  • Press button 1. The rear seat is selected if the indicator lamp does not light up.
  • Adjust the rear seat using the buttons on the door control panel (/ page 119).
  • Press button 1. When the indicator lamp lights up, the front passenger seat is selected.
  • Adjust the front passenger seat using the buttons on the door control panel in the rear passenger compartment (/ page 114).
  • Ensure that the indicator lamp in button 1 light up.

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Example: vehicles without a reclining rear seat

  • Press the V button and then release it.
  • Vehicles without reclining rear seat: press one of the preset position buttons 4, T or U within three seconds.
  • The settings for the front passenger seat and the rear seat are stored in the selected preset position.
  • Vehicles with reclining rear seats: press one of the preset position buttons 4 or T within three seconds.
  • The settings for the front passenger seat and the rear seat are stored in the selected preset position.
  • Vehicles with reclining rear seats: you cannot store any settings on the j and a but-tons for adjusting the reclined and standard positions.

Calling up

  • Press button 1. When the indicator lamp lights up, the front passenger seat is selected.
  • For vehicles without reclining rear seats: press one of the preset position buttons 4, T, or U.
  • The seat is moved to the stored position. After you release the button, the front seat and rear seat continue to move into the stored position automatically.
  • For vehicles with reclining rear seat: press one of the preset position buttons 4 or T.
  • The seat is moved to the stored position. After you release the button, the front seat and rear seat continue to move into the stored position automatically.
  • The preset positions in the area for chauffeur mode can only be set when the conditions for chauffeur mode are fulfilled (/ page 121).
  • You can use the rear passenger compartment child safety lock to disable this function (/ page 81).

Stowage areas

Notes on loading the vehicle

DANGER
Risk of exhaust gas poisoning Combustion engines emits poisonous exhaust gases such as carbon monoxide. Exhaust gases can enter the vehicle interior if the trunk lid is open when the engine is running, especially if the vehicle is in motion.

  • Always switch off the engine before opening the trunk lid.
  • Never drive with the trunk lid open.

Vehicles with rear airbags: Also observe the notes on the rear air bag.

WARNING
Risk of injury from unsecured items in the vehicle

  • If objects, luggage, or loads are not secured or not secured sufficiently, they could slip, tip over or be thrown around and thereby hit vehicle occupants.
    There is a risk of injury, particularly in the event of sudden braking or a sudden change in direction.
  • Always stow objects in such a way that they cannot be thrown around.
  • Before the journey, secure objects, luggage or loads against slipping or tipping over.

WARNING
Risk of injury due to objects being stowed incorrectly.
If objects in the vehicle interior are stowed incorrectly, they can slide or be thrown around and hit vehicle occupants. In addition, cup holders, open storage spaces and mobile phone brackets cannot always retain all objects they contain. There is a risk of injury, particularly in the event of sudden braking or a sudden change in direction.

  • Always stow objects in such a way that they cannot be thrown around in such situations.
  • Always make sure that objects do not protrude from storage spaces, parcel nets or storage nets.
  • Close the lockable storage spaces before starting a journey.
  • Always stow and secure heavy, hard, pointed, sharp-edged, fragile or bulky objects in the trunk.
  • Observe the notes on the cup holders.
  • Vehicles with automatic front passenger airbag shutoff: Objects trapped under the front passenger seat may interfere with the function of the automatic front passenger airbag shutoff or damage the system. Please observe the notes on the function of the automatic front passenger airbag shutoff (/ page 52).

NOTE
Damage to the rear armrest due to body weight When folded out, the rear armrest can be damaged by body weight.

  • Do not sit or support yourself on the rear seat armrest.

WARNING
Risk of accident or injury when using the cup holder while the vehicle is moving

The cup holder cannot secure containers while the vehicle is moving. If you use a cup holder while the vehicle is moving, the container may be flung around and liquids may be spilled. The vehicle occupants may come into contact with the liquid and if it is hot, they could be scalded. You could be distracted from traffic conditions and you may lose control of the vehicle.

  • Only use the cup holder when the vehicle is stationary.
  • Only use the cup holder for containers of the right size.
  • Close the container, particularly if the liquid is hot.

NOTE
Damage to the cup holder can be damaged when folding back the rear armrest. When open, the cup holder can be damaged by body weight.

  • The rear armrest can only be folded back when the cup holder is closed.
  • Do not sit or support yourself on the cup holder when it is open.

NOTE
Damage to the stowage compartment under the ashtray due to intense heat The stowage compartment under the ashtray is not heat resistant and could be damaged if you rest a lit cigarette on it.

  • Make sure that the ashtray is fully engaged.

WARNING
Risk of fire and injury from the hot cigarette lighter. You can suffer burns if you touch the hot heating element or the hot socket of the cigarette lighter.
In addition, flammable materials can catch fire if:

  • you drop the hot cigarette lighter.
  • children e.g. hold the hot cigarette lighter to objects.
  • Always hold the cigarette lighter by the
  • Always make sure that the cigarette lighter is out of the reach of children.
  • Never leave children unattended in the vehicle.

WARNING
Risk of burns from the tailpipe and tailpipe trims
The exhaust tailpipe and tailpipe trims can become very hot. If you come into contact with these parts of the vehicle, you could burn yourself.

  • Always be particularly careful around the tailpipe and the tailpipe trims and super-vise children especially closely in this area.
  • Allow vehicle parts to cool down before touching them.

The handling characteristics of your vehicle are dependent on the distribution of the load within the vehicle.

  • You should bear the following in mind when loading the vehicle:
  • Do not exceed the permissible total mass or the gross axle weight rating of the vehicle (including load and occupants).
  • The values are specified on the vehicle identification plate on the vehicle’s B pillar.
  • The load must not protrude above the upper edge of the seat backrests.
  • Always place the load behind unoccupied seats if possible.
  • Secure the load using the parcel net hooks.
  • Distribute the load on the parcel net hooks evenly.
  • Notes on driving with a roof load
  • Distribute the roof load and the load inside the vehicle evenly, placing heavy objects at the bottom. Also, comply with the notes on loading the vehicle (/ page 142).
  • Drive attentively, and avoid abrupt starts, braking and steering as well as rapid cornering.
  • When transporting roof loads and when the vehicle is fully loaded or fully occupied, select drive programs; and A. These are designed to focus on stability (/ page 218).
  • For more information on stowage compartments and stowage areas, please refer to the Digital Operator’s Manual.

Stowage Spaces in the Vehicle Interior

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  1. Stowage spaces in the doors
  2. Stowage and telephone compartment beneath the armrest with charging module for wireless charging of mobile phones, multimedia and USB ports as well as stowage space, e.g. for an MP3 player
  3. Stowage compartment in the front center console with cup holders, USB ports and charging module for wireless charging of mobile phones
  4. Stowage compartment in front of the central display of the multimedia system
  5. Glove box
  6. The rubber mat in the stowage compartment in the front center console 3 can be removed for cleaning with clean, lukewarm water. Please comply with the notes on caring for the interior (/ page 415).

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