Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Important safety notes - Replacing the wiper blades - Replacing bulbs - Lights and windshield wipers - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Important safety notes

WARNING For safety reasons, switch off the windshield 
For safety reasons, switch off the windshield wipers and remove the key from the ignition lock before changing the wiper blades (vehicles with KEYLESS-GO: make sure that the on-board electronics are in state 0).

Otherwise, the wiper motor could be switched on suddenly and cause injury.

make sure that you touch only the wiper To avoid damaging the wiper blades, make sure that you touch only the wiper arm of the wiper.

arm has been folded away from the Never open the hood if a windshield wiper arm has been folded away from the windshield.

Never fold a windshield wiper arm without a wiper blade back onto the windshield/ rear window.

Hold the windshield wiper arm firmly when you change the wiper blade. If you release the windshield wiper arm without a wiper blade and it falls onto the windshield, the windshield may be damaged by the force of the impact.

Mercedes-Benz recommends that you have the wiper blades replaced by a qualified specialist workshop, e.g. at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center.

    Replacing the windshield wiper blades
    Removing the wiper blades ► Remove the SmartKey from the ignition lock. ► Fold the wiper arm away from the windshield. ► Press both release clips 2. ► Fold wiper blade ...

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