Date registered: Dec 2007
Vehicle: '97 S320 (LWB), '01 E320
Location: Richmond, VA, USA
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Obviously some folks need to spend a little quality time with their owner's manual.
So, to sum up:
-- The front fog lights are built into the headlight assemblies on sedans and under the front bumper on coupes.
-- The rear fog light is inside the driver's side tail lamp.
-- To activate, pull out on the headlight switch. The first detent activates the front fog lights, the second detent activates both front and rear fog lights.
-- The orange indicator on the switch indicates that the rear fog light is on.
Other neat things:
-- If the exterior lights were used during the drive, the front fog lights illuminate for 30 seconds after the last door has been closed.
-- There are two positions to the left of "off" on the headlamp switch. These activate the standing lamp feature, which illuminates the parking lights on either the left or the right side of the car.
Also, if you don't have an owner's manual any more, you can probably find an electronic copy here: http://bayhas.com:8080/w140manu/
"It's not about how fast you can go, but how well you can go fast."
'97 S320 (LWB), Ruby Red Metallic/Tan, 75k miles
'01 E320, Black/Charcoal, 105k miles
Gone but not forgotten. . .
'97 S420V, Smoke Silver Metallic/Tan, (RIP 22 Oct 2012, 178627 miles) He gave his life to save mine.