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Important safety notes

Mercedes-Benz G-Class / Mercedes-Benz G-Class Owners Manual / Technical data / Service products and filling capacities / Important safety notes

WARNING
Comply with all valid regulations with respect to handling, storing and disposing of service fluids. Otherwise, you could endanger persons or the environment.

Keep service fluids out of the reach of children.

For health reasons, you should prevent service fluids from coming into direct contact with your skin or clothing.

If a service fluid is swallowed, contact a physician immediately.

Environmental note Dispose of service products in an environmentally responsible manner.

Service products include the following: Х Fuels Х Lubricants (e.g. engine oil, transmission oil) Х Coolant Х Brake fluid Х Windshield washer fluid Х Climate control system refrigerant

Components and service products must be matched. You should therefore only use products that have been tested and approved by Mercedes-Benz.

Information on tested and approved products can be obtained at an authorized Mercedes- Benz Center or on the Internet at http:// bevo.mercedes-benz.com.

You can recognize service products approved by Mercedes-Benz by the following inscription on the containers: Х MB-Freigabe (e.g. MB-Freigabe 229.51) Х MB Approval (e.g. MB Approval 229.51)

Other designations or recommendations indicate a level of quality or a specification in accordance with an MB Sheet number (e.g.

MB 229.5). They have not necessarily been approved by Mercedes-Benz.

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