red message that says "entrance position do not drive". What does that mean. Do I have to take it to the dealer or can it be fixed by anyone? Is there something that I can do to fix it myself? I was told that if I drive it awhile that it may go off, is that true. Also ABC car to low pops up around the same time. But the first message stays on all the time.
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2002 Mercedes-Benz S55 AMG Question: I got a message that says entrance position do not drive. What does this mean?
Answer #1pushrod June 29, 2013, 20:18Master
That is a real interesting message for sure!!! Have the manual?
ReplyChellieBell, June 29, 2013, 20:37Rookie
It's in the car I am going to get it...I know I should have it already. :-)
I have it
Replypushrod, June 29, 2013, 20:39Master
Info. should be in there. Index in the back of man. Hey, i would like to know as well! Almost sounds vulgar.
ReplyChellieBell, June 29, 2013, 21:20Rookie
LOL... On page 312 it says "Wait until the seat and steering wheel have moved to their driving position.The display will clear when they have done so." Then it says "also see page 63 for easy-entry / exit feature."
I don't really understand page 63. I looked at couple of other pages that they referred me to. Thank you for your help.
Wish me luck!
Replypushrod, June 29, 2013, 21:58Master
Lol 2! These cars today, i hate it when my car tells me what to do! Or not to. I guess just wait until every thing stops moving, then drive.
Thanks for the info.,had no idea!
Answer #2dcorneli March 06, 2015, 17:47Rookie
Uncommon message and many pros don't even know what it means. It's related to the steering column sensor. It came on for me when the battery drained completely and the tow truck driver jumped it. The Dealer ran a diagnostic and even then it didn't pick up any errors. The mechanic basically guessed and re-initialized or normalized the front fuse box (there are two: one in the front and back) and the message went away. Cost a diagnostic fee of $177 in the Newport Beach, CA area. Very annoying and inconvenient and worrisome. Obviously a flaw in their electronic design system.