Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Inserting the mounting elements intothe loading rail - EASY-PACK load-securing kit - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Inserting the mounting elements intothe loading rail

You can slide mounting element 2 in loading

You can slide mounting element 2 in loading rail 1 to various detents and secure it. These detents are marked and positioned at 5-cm intervals along loading rail 1.

You can turn mounting element 2 of loading rail : to four positions:

To release the cargo tie-down To lock the mounting element
ring, the To release the cargo tie-down ring, the inertia reel or the telescopic rod
To push the mounting element to To remove the mounting element
the To push the mounting element to the next detent

Turn mounting element 2 to ► Insert mounting element 2 into loading.
Insert mounting element 2 into loading rail 1.
Turn mounting element 2 to you feel it clearly engage in loading rail 1. until you feel it clearly engage in loading rail 1.

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