The Klebster would have a better idea of what is covered with later model stuff.

You’ll see the system identified as a “C3” or C4”.  I believe the C4 has wifi 
capabilities and doesn’t require a physical connection to the car to be used.

Again, I know Kaleb is up to speed on the later stuff, so I’ll defer to him on 


> On Aug 22, 2015, at 4:32 PM, Rich Thomas via Mercedes <> 
> wrote:
> So I found the fuse chart in a paper that was folded up and tucked in the 
> fuse box, it has the map for all the boxes in Deutsche, Anglis, and some 
> other language.  Found the ciggy lighter fuse, and of course there are no 
> spare fuses and no fuse puller thingie.  Had a 15A fuse in my toolbox so 
> popped the old one out, it was fried, popped the new one in, now there is 
> juice to the ciggy lighter phone charger thingie.  Mama will be happy now.  
> Unclear why she did not mention it to the dealer when she took the vehicle in 
> for the A or B service or whatever it was on Friday week ago.  Sigh.
> The ones in the car are marked "S" as in 15S, is S the German for A?  Did 
> they have their own guy named Schultz or something who discovered current 
> flow, and this is some sort of snub to M. Ampere?  (Hey, Dieter, throw me a 
> 15 Schultz fuse in there willya?)
> I should probably go buy a coupla boxes of fuses and a little puller thingie 
> to put in there so next time it blows I can tell her how to CHANGE YOUR FUSES!
> BTW the service consisted mostly of a 10k mile checkup and filters (engine 
> and cabin) change, maybe oil too I forgot to notice, which according to the 
> dealer guy would have been like $900 but it was covered under the CPO or 
> warranty we got or something.  Another one is included, so after another 20k 
> miles I guess I am going to have to do all that stuff (and buy myself a good 
> bottle or 3 of whisky). She was ragging about why it is so expensive to do 
> that stuff.  I tried to explain but I was having a hard time convincing 
> myself.
> Will the DAS system cover this 2012 ML?  Or is there something else like it?  
> I should look into that if I am going to have to maintain this thing myself.  
> I'm wondering too if the main computer in the thing talks to all that stuff 
> and there might be some kind of special codes to get into it?  That would 
> make some kind of sense, at least some Merkin sense.
> --R
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