Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Opening/closing from the outside - Cargo compartment - Opening/closing - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Opening/closing from the outside

Opening

Press the button on the SmartKey.

► Pull handle 1.

Pull handle 1.
Raise the tailgate.

Closing

WARNING To prevent possible personal injury, always 
To prevent possible personal injury, always keep hands and fingers away from the cargo compartment opening when closing the tailgate. Be especially careful when small children are around.

► Pull the tailgate down using recess

Pull the tailgate down using recess 1.
Push the tailgate closed from outside the vehicle.
If necessary, lock the vehicle with the If a KEYLESS-GO key is detected in the button on the SmartKey or with KEYLESS-GO.

cargo compartment, the tailgate will not If a KEYLESS-GO key is detected in the cargo compartment, the tailgate will not lock.

    Important safety notes
    Important safety notes Do not leave the SmartKey in the cargo compartment. You could otherwise lock yourself out WARNING   When leaving the vehicle, always remove the SmartKey from the ...

    Opening/closing automatically fromoutside
    Important safety notes WARNING   Make sure the tailgate is closed when the engine is running and while driving. Among other dangers, deadly carbon monoxide (CO) gases may enter vehicle ...

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