anyone has a photo of 7G-tronic steering wheel shift buttons of a SLK350?

thanks in advance
Davide

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WNC2 wrote:

http://www.germancarfans.com/photos/3050625.001/1057.jpg
http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/globpics/s-betriebsanleitung/erl_directselect_hg.jpg
http://www.germancarfans.com/news/2050620.001/2050620.001.mini11L.jpg
DanlK, FYI Services Collectibles www.FYIS.org
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http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/globpics/s-betriebsanleitung/erl_directselect_hg.jpg
hi dan1K,
thanks for your prompt reply, but it is not a slk350.
i've found this photo, but it isn't very clear to me, i'm wondering if exists somthing more clear:
http://www.autoreview.ru/new_site/year2004/n07/merc_slk/200/22.jpg
thanks davide
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Hi, what about this: http://www4.mercedes-benz.com/e/cars/slk/betriebsanleitung/erleben/tasten.html
The manual also has some photos.
Seems like different models have quite a different approach. The R-model had an up/down button on each side of the steering wheel while the S class (W221) seems to have an up-shift button on one side and a down-shift button on the other.
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Me wrote:

thanks a lot, italian site doesn't has this owner's manual
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