homelink MERCEDES-BENZ S-Class SEDAN 2016 W222 Owner's Manual
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In this Operator's Manual you will find the fol-
Warning notes make you aware of dangers
which could pose a threat to your health or
life, or to the health and life of others.
Environmental notes provide you with infor-
mation on environmentally aware actions or
!Notes on material damage alert you to dan-
gers that could lead to damage to your vehi-
iPractical tips or further information that
could be helpful to you.
X This symbol indicates an instruction
that must be followed.
X Several of these symbols in succession
indicate an instruction with several
This symbol tells you where you can find
more information about a topic.
YY This symbol indicates a warning or an
instruction that is continued on the next
playThis text indicates a message on the
multifunction display/multimedia dis-
As at 26.03.2015
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Information on Roadside Assistance
Downloading routes allows you to transfer and
save predefined routes in the navigation sys-
A route can be prepared and sent by either a
customer service representative or under "Own-
ers Online" at http://www.mbusa.com.
Each route can include up to four way points.
Once a route has been received by the naviga-
tion system, you will see theExternal
desti‐nation ICON_POI_Category Name_1 hasbeen saved to "Previous destina‐tions". Would you like to start navi‐gation?message on the multimedia system
The route is saved.
XTo start route guidance: selectYes.
An overview of the route is shown in the dis-
If you select No
, the saved route can be called
up later in the navigation menu.
Starting route guidance.
Downloaded and saved routes can be called up
You can find further information in the separate
multimedia system operating instructions.
You can define the upper speed limit, which
must not be exceeded by the vehicle.
If this selected speed is exceeded by the vehicle,
a message will be sent to the Customer Assis-
tance Center. The Customer Assistance Center
then forwards this information to you.
You can select the way in which you receive this
information beforehand. Possible options
include text message, e-mail or an automated
The data you receive contains the following
Rthe location where the speed limit was excee-
Rthe time at which the speed limit was excee-
Rthe selected speed limit which was exceeded
Geo fencing allows you to select areas which the
vehicle should not enter or leave. You will be
informed if the vehicle crosses the boundaries
of the selected areas. You can select the way in
which you receive this information beforehand.
Possible options include text message, e-mail or an automated call.
The area can be determined as either a circle or
a polygon with a maximum of ten corners. You
can specify up to ten areas simultaneously. Dif-
ferent settings are possible for each area.
These settings can be called up under "Owners
Online" at http://www.mbusa.com.
Alternatively, you can trigger an MB Info call and
inform the customer service representative that
you wish to activate geo fencing.
Currently inactive areas can be activated by text
Triggering the vehicle alarm
With this function, you can trigger the vehicle's
panic alarm via text message. An alarm sounds
and the exterior lighting flashes. Depending on
the setting, the panic alarm lasts five or ten sec-onds. Afterwards, the alarm switches off.
Garage door opener
The HomeLink®garage door opener integrated
in the rear-view mirror allows you to operate up
to three different door and gate systems.
Use the integrated garage door opener only on
garage doors that:
Rhave safety stop and reverse features and
Rmeet current U.S. federal safety standards
Once programed, the integrated garage door
opener in the rear-view mirror will assume the
function of the garage door system's remote
control. Please also read the operating instruc-
tions for the garage door system.
When programming a garage door opener, park
the vehicle outside the garage. Do not run the
engine while programming.
Certain garage door drives are incompatible
with the integrated garage door opener. If you
have difficulty programing the integrated garage
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door opener, contact an authorized Mercedes-
Alternatively, you can call the following tele-
phone assistance services:
RUSA:Mercedes-Benz Customer Assistance
Center at 1-800-FOR-MERCedes
RCanada: Customer Service at
RHomeLink®hotline 1-800-355-3515 (free of
More information on HomeLink
patible products is also available online at
Notes on the declaration of conformity
USA: FCC ID: CB2HMIHL4
Canada: IC: 279B-HMIHL4
Important safety notes
When you operate or program the garage door
with the integrated garage door opener, per-
sons in the range of movement of the garage
door can become trapped or struck by the
garage door. There is a risk of injury.
When using the integrated garage door
opener, always make sure that nobody is
within the range of movement of the garage
Combustion engines emit poisonous exhaust
gases such as carbon monoxide. Inhaling
these exhaust gases leads to poisoning. There
is a risk of fatal injury. Therefore never leave
the engine running in enclosed spaces with-
out sufficient ventilation.
Pay attention to the "Important safety notes"
Garage door remote control Ais not included
with the integrated garage door opener.
XTurn the SmartKey to position 2in the ignition
lock (Ypage 162).
XSelect one of buttons ;to? to use to con-
trol the garage door drive.
XTo start programming mode: press and
hold one of buttons ;to? on the integrated
garage door opener.
The garage door opener is now in program-
ming mode. After a short time, indicator
lamp :lights up yellow.
Indicator lamp :lights up yellow as soon as
button ;,=or? is stored for the first time.
If the selected button has already been pro-
grammed, indicator lamp :will only light up
yellow after ten seconds have elapsed.
XRelease button ;,=or?. Indicator
lamp :flashes yellow.
XTo program the remote control: point
garage door remote control Atowards but-
tons ;to? on the rear-view mirror at a dis-
tance of 2 to 8 in (5 to 20 cm).
XPress and hold button Bon remote control
A until indicator lamp :lights up green.
When indicator lamp :lights up green: pro-
gramming is finished.
When indicator lamp :flashes green: pro-
gramming was successful. The next step is to synchronize the rolling code (
XRelease button Bon remote control Afor
the garage door drive system.
If indicator lamp :lights up red: repeat the
programing procedure for the corresponding
button on the rear-view mirror. When doing
so, vary the distance between remote control
A and the rear-view mirror.
The required distance between remote con-
trol Aand the integrated garage door opener
depends on the garage door drive system.
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