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Important safety notes

Mercedes-Benz G-Class / Mercedes-Benz G-Class Owners Manual / Driving and parking / Refueling / Important safety notes

WARNING
Gasoline is highly flammable and poisonous.

It burns violently and can cause serious personal injury.

Never allow sparks, flames or smoking materials near gasoline.

Turn off the engine before refueling.

Whenever you are around gasoline, avoid inhaling fumes and any skin or clothing contact.

Direct skin contact with fuels and the inhalation of fuel vapors are damaging to your health.

Do not use diesel to refuel vehicles with a gasoline engine. Even small amounts of the wrong fuel result in damage to the fuel system and engine.

Do not switch on the ignition if you accidentally refuel with the wrong fuel.

Otherwise, the fuel will enter the fuel lines.

Notify a qualified specialist workshop and have the fuel tank and fuel lines drained completely.

 Overfilling the fuel tank could damage the fuel system.

Take care not to spill any fuel on painted surfaces. You could otherwise damage the paintwork.

Use a filter when refueling from a fuel can.

Otherwise, the fuel lines and/or injection system could be blocked by particles from the fuel can.

If you overfill the fuel tank, pressure may build up in the fuel tank. This could cause fuel to spray out when the fuel pump nozzle is removed. There is a risk of injury. The fuel tank is full when the fuel pump nozzle first switches off. End the refueling process.

For further information on fuel and fuel quality .

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