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Hi again,
what does the blue 'P' light mean that appears on the top part of the screen when you slow down? This ML is from Japan so it might be for that country only. I cannot find any reference to it in the manual I have downloaded. Something to do with the park brake no doubt. Thanks.
 

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Just found out that is for the 'Park Assist' function. It comes on at low speeds to tell you it is ready to detect a park if needed. I am surprise no other ML owners knew this or much else about these vehicles seeing the lack of replies to posts on this forum????
 

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Thank you Peter - two other things on my ex Japan ML350 are that the daytime driving lights do not come on automatically and the do not show up on the index on the dash. Also there is no light flashing after you lock the vehicle. Does yours have an alarm/immobiliser light flashing under the hazard switch when locked??
 

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Referencing the North American mode:

1. You're "P" - page 217 I believe NA manual.

2. You're " Daytime Driving Lights" if you are talking about Daytime Running Lights - see pg 274-275 - if you don't have that sub-menu - or if that sub-menu activates/deactivates lights other than what is required in NZ - I would suspect from what you are saying is that the ex-Japan model is coded on this feature for Japan - for proper coding to NZ spec I suspect your ex-Japan ML will need to be Star Coded to enable the required features for NZ

3. Alarm Light - pg 74/75 I think if I remember correctly
 
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