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W114 1974 SWITCH INDENTIFICATION

hello guys

just bought a 1974 280 w114 from Japan and when shes landed theres no handbook ,some of the switches/knobs are self explanatory the ones number one to 4 in my pic have me baffled as i cant work out what they are for ???
choke maybe any answers would be really appriciated

many thanks in advance al


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#2 should be the rear defrost switch
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3 might be the dual-tone horn
1 or 4 can be the fader (front back volume control)

Does it have a roof that can open?

In a W115-manual 1 shows as: "For an optional extra", 4 isn't shown.

If you know the option codes, you might figure out what the knobs do.
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many thanks for that only 3 to go

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many thanks govet - no 1 is definitely the fader

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