I know what you mean but have to disagree.Yes... it is kind of ironic that such a sophisticated car like an MB S-Class still has a manual fuel door.
Guess German engineers figure if you cannot open your own fuel door you should not own such a fine car??!!??
Well.... please feel free to disagree.... did not know that I made a point one way or another that needed to be disagreed with... LOLI know what you mean but have to disagree.
Coming from a Jaguar S-Type I much prefer the MB way of not having a button to flip open the filler cap door.
I must have forgotten to press that bloody button a hundred times before putting the nozzle in the tank, and had to get into the car and press the thing.
At least you only feel an idiot once in the Merc
Loving the S320 CDi. A lot more car than my 3.0 Jag.
How about the has door in an 88 260e?Welcome to the forum.
Unlike some cars, there is no separate control button for the door.
1) Unlock the driver side door. This also unlocks the gas tank door.
2) Press on the front part of the gas tank door until the rear part pops out a bit. The rest is obvious.