The Mercedes brand of automobiles is manufactured and sold by the German company Daimler AG. Vehicles with the Mercedes name include sedans, coupes, buses, vans and trucks. If your Mercedes experiences engine failure, electrical failure or any other type of failure that makes it inoperable, it should be towed. It's important to properly observe towing instructions to ensure damage isn't done to your vehicle, especially when towing a car with all wheels on the ground.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Remove the towing eye from the tool kit located in the boot floor of the vehicle.
Remove tow eye covers from the front bumper of the vehicle. Press the tow eye covers inward in the direction of the arrow on the cover and take the covers off the openings. There are two covers that you remove.
Place the tow eyes in the slots under the covers you removed in step 3 and screw clockwise to tighten.
Run the towing cables through the tow eyes to attach the vehicle to the tow truck.
Insert the key into the ignition key cylinder and turn to position "2."
Depress the brake pedal and hold it down.
Shift the transmission lever into the neutral "N" position.
Release the brake pedal.
Tips and warnings
- Limit the towing distance to 30 miles or less when towing a vehicle with all four wheels on the ground.
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