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What does the black button do in the small compartment next to the hand break?
Also, what do the two buttons do in the center armrest. One is a wrench and one is an "i"
Wish it would have come with an owners manual.
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Seeley - 5/13/2005 2:02 PM

What does the black button do in the small compartment next to the hand break?
Also, what do the two buttons do in the center armrest. One is a wrench and one is an "i"
Wish it would have come with an owners manual.
Thanks all
The wrench is the Roadside Assistance button. The "i" is the information button that connects you to the Client Assistance Center. Neither of these is active unless you have activated the Tele-Aid system.
 

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No, it is the sliding little door to the right of the hand brake, It is directly behind the button to put the top down. In this picture you can see the sliding door. Inside is a black button?
 

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Seeley - 5/13/2005 2:47 PM

No, it is the sliding little door to the right of the hand brake, It is directly behind the button to put the top down. In this picture you can see the sliding door. Inside is a black button?
Ummm you forgot the picture??
 

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Inside the sliding door is the cigarette lighter, pull it out and see.
 

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ByByeAmericanPie - 5/13/2005 2:46 PM
The wrench is the Roadside Assistance button. The "i" is the information button that connects you to the Client Assistance Center. Neither of these is active unless you have activated the Tele-Aid system.
Not sure that it needs to be activated. I hit the button one day by accident and was connected to MB. I do not have tele-aid.
 
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