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Come on, this doc only tells one that the fuses are in the boot, try finding them...............
I have found them !!!!! l
One has to remove all the forward upholstery in the boot, who is kidding who ? - Mercedes looneys *Why do they not simply have a flap in the lining to expose the fuses and for a 65k car it is the least one would expect. One even has to open the difficult Fuse comaprtment in the cockpit to even find a hidden paper diagram. Having read most of 500 pages of ******** one would expect to find a fuse diagram in the manual. No, No No, You will get it with Diathsu, smart cars and Morris Minors, even the Ford Model T but mercedes no .............
Why am I a Merc enthusiast ??????????? I love them but .........
To get to the SAM the carpet should just pull out.
Remove the false floor and you will see some spreading clips attaching the carpet piece to the car, remove them and if you have nav remove the trim around the navi processor and you will see one more clip remove it and then slowly pull the carpet out toward you.
You might need to help unseat it around the edges.