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Missing fuse. Clutch adjustment.

Hello guys, this is my first mercedes and my first post in this forum. I bought a W202 C200 2 days ago (it's a great car btw!!!!!!!) and I have 2 questions:

First, I was looking at the fuses in the engine compartment and I noticed that fuse number 30 (engine components) is missing. I looked in the socket and noticed that there are no metal contacts in it. It looks just like the fuses for options I don''t have like rear blind and seat heating. I lifted the whole panel and I saw that there are even no wires either. There were no cut wires, nothing that looks unnormal except the missing fuse. The engine runs perfectly, there are no signs that something is wrong. Do you think that my car could have been designed without this fuse?

Second, the clutch cannot release at 100%. When I have pressed it fully and in first gear it needs only a milimeter to release and the car starts moving (I hope you understood me, my english is not that good ). Sometimes it's difficult to shift...is there any way for adjusting the clutch so it can release at 100% earlier?

Thanks in advance and I hope someone is able to help me!
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If yours doesn't have those options, then the fuse probably wasn't put there in the first place.

Also, try looking in the w202 forum to better answer your questions.
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